Those who love all things Disney and TikTok are in luck. Disney has announced their plans to add on two social media content coordinators to “expand” Disney’s theme park’s social media presence– particularly on TikTok. The two new hires would work at Disney’s parks in Orlando and Anaheim, California. The ideal candidate is keen on […]
Media Justice is one of several organizations participating in a mass log out of Facebook on November 10, driving home the message that the social media giant needs to take heed of valid concerns raised over the platform’s governance.
Twitter just can't seem to get its own verification process right. The company hopes the third time will be the charm.
One of most used social media companies is trying out a brand new feature that could potentially give users a chance to express their true feelings on a status or update. Twitter is testing out a new ‘dislike’ feature as a button to give those with an option to simply not like anything that is […]
Former 'Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide' actress Lindsey Shaw made an argument against the backlash she's been receiving after she was cancelled by TikTok for allegedly mocking Black dancers on the popular social media platform.
Rachel Brooks, product Lead at Instagram, opens up about her role in Instagram's new tool that helps Black businesses thrive on the app.
Today (June 25), ex-police officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 270 months, 22.5 years, for the murder of George Floyd. While he will serve time for his crime, the collective response from social media, unless you're a card-carrying bigot, is that the sentence was not harsh enough.
With social media continuing to grow in popularity, more instances of dangerous - and sometimes deadly - outcomes are being reported as participants in online challenges become victims of unexpected tragedy.