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Nearly half of American adults admit to being victims of cyberbullying.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wowed an audience at Tsinghua University in China when he answered questions in Mandarin. A new social network features revenue sharing. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
An Emmy-winning producer has optioned a Quora answer for a potential TV series.
Twitter filed suit to publish a complete transparency report and Facebook told the DEA to stop impersonating its users.
Tsu is a new social network that promises content creators will share in any value they generate.
Ebola hysteria is fueling fake news-sharing on social media. Perhaps Facebook’s derided satire tags are necessary after all.
Yahoo CEO predicts $100 million in ads sales for Tumblr in 2015. You can now book hotel rooms right through Yelp. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
BuzzFeed is struggling to gain credibility as a source of serious news.
BuzzFeed Distributed, a new social division of the company, has announced several new hires ahead of its official launch.