Black People, Younger Users, Democrats More Likely to Turn to Social Platforms for Activism

Pew Research Center examined the impact of race, ethnicity, age and political affiliation among U.S. adults.

Facebook, Instagram Crack Down on Content, Ads Promoting Conversion Therapy

Twitter already had a similar policy in place.

Facebook: How to Stop Seeing Political Ads

Users can tell the social network to show them "fewer" advertisements about certain topics.

Facebook Unveils the Participants in Its Community Accelerator Initiative

77 people will take part in the six-month program.

Jack Dorsey Donates $3M to Mayors for a Guaranteed Income

Twitter’s CEO hopes to help "close the wealth and income gap."

As Live Sports Return, Twitter Activity Heats Up

The social network detailed surges in related tweets.

Instagram: How to Pin Comments on Your Posts

Highlight your favorite reactions.

Beats by Dr. Dre Sets Its First-Ever Campaign on TikTok

The #BeatsDaisyChallenge will let the community contribute to Ashnikko’s new video.

YouTube Life in a Day 2020 Project Set for July 25

The original, viewed over 16 million times, took place July 24, 2010.

Facebook Blueprint Rolls Out Free Community Management Courses

The social network’s business education program kicked off with five elearning topics.