Reddit will give 10 percent of its latest investment round back to the community. The site hopes to do this by creating its own crypto-currency.
Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London made a landmark decision to jail a Twitter user for making violent and abusive rape threats against a politician.
Sign-ups for the FireChat app have ballooned during Hong Kong’s ongoing democracy protests. The app lets users chat without an Internet connection.
Bitcoin has often been called a ponzi scheme, but this time, the SEC is punishing an individual who defrauded investors of $149 million.
Controversial social app Yik Yak is under added scrutiny after several arrests.
The visual-driven social media site is taking steps to push publisher’s content.
A reporter whose quitting-on-air video went viral launched a crowdfunding campaign soon after her infamous resignation.
Most social networks want to attract teen users — but the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act makes doing so a potential legal liability.
A new bill would update laws to protect the right to post negative reviews online.
Microsoft is conducting a second round of layoffs today, after announced a plan to reduce its workforce by 18,000.