If TikTok is the Spark Notes to YouTube, then Vine was the single-quote summary. It is clear we are most thirsty for maximum brevity.
The lawsuit alleges that the Twitter accounts of Liz Mair, ‘Devin Nunes’ Mom,’ and ‘Devin Nunes’ Cow’ were maliciously spreading lies about Nunes, and that ‘Twitter did nothing’ to stop the offensive accounts.
Rather than adopting Elizabeth Warren’s plan to break up Big Tech, we should leave markets to compete and break up Big Government.
In her new book, Hollis writes that ‘Embracing the idea that you can want things for yourself even if nobody else understands the whys behind them is the most freeing and powerful feeling in the world.’
Taken together, ‘Saturday Night Live’s’ sketch and Peggy Noonan’s recent column might suggest an emergent consensus on the campaigning of woke Twitter activists.
The upcoming Netflix documentary ‘Social Animals’ spotlights positive and negative aspects of today’s fast-paced, image-driven social media environment.
Revenge porn is devastating, but that doesn’t mean you have to capitulate. Make your extortionist pay the price for his evil deeds, just like Jeff Bezos did.
Critics complain that Trump spends too much time just sitting around tweeting and watching cable news. But Twitter and cable news are why he is president.
Major media organizations are about to be sued for irresponsibly turning innocent Covington Catholic school boys into objects of national hatred. A lack of standards threatens to open the media to all kinds of legal liabilities.
The Twitterverse is comprised of a relatively small swath of the public, according to new fourth-quarter figures released by the company itself.
Fyre Fest lends itself to easy symbolism: the vapidity of millennial decadence, the crumbling of a fantasy. But there may be a silver lining in all the loss.
Jack Dorsey says Twitter shouldn’t decide which content is true or false, yet simultaneously directs his team to police any content they deem ‘misleading.’
Journalists can focus on viral outrage, with no fact-checking, promoting anything that confirms their pre-existing biases. Thanks, Twitter!
The Covington Catholic school students should go on with the rest of their young lives knowing that many are sorry they contributed to their public impugning and regret it.
The wall between social media and ‘real life’ is an insidious influence. Twitter is real life. Just ask the boys of Covington Catholic.
RealClearPolitics Columnist A.B. Stoddard joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss media, changes in journalism, and the government shutdown.
What if Big Tech’s privileged legal position is a shield to permit it to practice censorship against people, organizations, and worldviews that are not favored in Silicon Valley?
‘Chuck and Nancy’ gave the Internet plenty to talk about in their response to President Trump’s immigration address on Tuesday.
In case it’s hard for you to start a new year, it might help to see what our language and habits tell us about when we are happy, why we are happy, and even how to get happy.
Paris Hilton says she hears camera clicks and flashes even when they’re not there.
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