Russia worked hard to recruit social media users to campaign for Trump
The IRA got someone to dress up as Santa with a mask of the president's face.
EU law could fine sites for not removing terrorist content within an hour
Critics say it’s a watered-down version of the EU’s original proposal.
UK wants Facebook to remove its Like button for younger users
The country's data watchdog also recommends axing location-tracking for teens.
Snapchat can survive, but it can't do it alone
As it looks to open itself up, handling user privacy will become its biggest challenge.
Facebook stops asking new users for email passwords
The practice is frowned upon by information security professionals.
Twitter lets you appeal suspensions in the app for a faster response
Users found in violation of Twitter's rules can appeal directly in the app.
Singapore plans to pass its own fake news law
The majority of its population get their news from social media.
Facebook gives you more control over what you see in your News Feed
It's also getting more transparent about the ads you come across on the site.
Instagram is the latest hotbed for conspiracy theories
Especially among the #youth.