Following this morning’s suicide bombings at Zaventem airport and Maelbeek metro station in Brussels, Belgium, US presidential candidates have weighed in on the alleged Islamic State terrorism.
Facebook rolled out its Reactions today, but the “Yay” emoticon is missing. Find out why and what other emojis didn’t make the cut, like “Confused.”
Are Facebook Reactions not working or appearing for you? If you’re one of the unlucky people who can’t get Facebook Reactions to work, here’s what to do.
In a new video purportedly released by the Islamic State, ISIS hacker terrorists share screen footage of their hackings of Facebook and Twitter accounts and threaten Mark Zuckerberg.
How do you get rid of the “Be Like Bill” photos on Facebook? How do you block “Be Like Bill” and other “Be like me” memes? You’ll find all the steps here.
16-year-old Bibi Wilhailm uploaded a 20-minute video to Facebook discussing her experiences of sexual harassment by alleged Arab and Muslim migrants. She claims it was pulled.
Holly Jones is facing the ire of the Internet after whining on an Indianapolis bar’s Facebook page about how a woman’s heart attack ruined her New Year’s Eve.
C’mon Zuckerberg, get it together.
Vester Lee Flanagan, AKA Bryce Williams, is the alleged shooter who killed reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward of WDBJ-TV live on-air in Moneta, Virginia.
After being denied a marriage license for his second wife after same-sex marriage was legalized, Nathan Collier plans to sue Montana for his right to marry.
A Vancouver man admitted to killing his wife, daughter and his sister on Facebook. He later burned his home to the ground, committing suicide.
ISIS has created its own social network for jihadists called “Kilafahbook” to get around social media bans by Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.