Social Media

If you didn’t post it on social media, did it even happen? Social media is an umbrella term for platforms that enable users to post media (images, text, videos) to the platform and interact with other users. While specific motivations may vary, the general purpose of social media is to publicly share an aspect of your life. On Facebook that may be a misinformed political rant, on Twitter a witty remark about a viral topic, on Instagram a #humblebrag snapshot of your recent vacation, on TikTok a lip-sync video or cringe-y attempt at a new dance trend. Social media is also a major way to get news (accuracy varies wildly) learn about new trends, stay in touch with friends, and read/view apologies by influencers and celebrities who did something stupid on said platform.

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Twitter aka X rolls out Community Notes 'fact checks' for videos

X is no longer labeling ads for some users


Snapchat announces new updates to foster teen safety and age-appropriate content

Musk borrowed $1 billion from SpaceX the same month he acquired Twitter: Report

What is the fediverse — and how might it affect creators?

Elon Musk blames the ADL for X's problems, floats lawsuit

Elon Musk 'likes' trending #BanTheADL posts as white supremacist ad runs on platform

Here's what Elon Musk added to X's new terms of service

YouTube star KSI shares how little he's made from X monetization

X faces millions in fees over unpaid severance for former Twitter employees

Meta takes down massive 'Spamouflage' operation tied to Chinese law enforcement


No, Tucker Carlson's Trump interview doesn't have 230 million video views on X


What is Friend.tech, the viral crypto social media app?

Crypto bot network powered by ChatGPT uncovered on X

Elon Musk's army of inactive followers paints a bleak picture of X as a whole

Elon Musk's X follower count bloated by millions of new, inactive accounts

Brands suspend advertising on X after ads appear alongside Nazi content

Prosecutors have Trump's Twitter DMs and drafts

TweetDeck is no longer free

X's $100 million a year 'Promoted Accounts' ad feature is no more

Elon Musk's creator monetization program fails to convince many to pay for X Premium

X lowers the eligibility requirements for creator monetization

X/Twitter executives had a very bad day defending Musk's platform
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