Social media is changing the way we get our news, with an increasing number of people being informed by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
In a genius marketing move, the price of a Snickers bar reduces in correlation with how ‘angry’ the internet is!
Female scientists hit back at comments made by Tim Hunt that they’re “trouble” in labs by posting #distractinglysexy photos of themselves doing work.
According to a recent online survey of 2,000 women, the average 16-24 year old spends about 48 minutes a day taking the perfect selfie.
government watchdog Roskomnadzor has banned memes that “do not represent the personality” of the celebrities they mock, such as those which lampoon Vladimir Putin.
Despite mobile phones and social networking sites being banned, UK prisoner Adam Ali managed to post pictures of him posing with inmates to his Facebook page.
Turkish men are posting images of themselves wearing miniskirts on social media to combat violence against women and to highlight the tragic case of Ozgecan Aslan, who was murdered after resisting an attempted rape.
A Victorian policeman has been praised after he danced with festival-goers at the Rainbow Serpent Music Festival on Australia Day.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott responded to criticism received on social media by claiming that such comments are like “electronic graffiti”.
Momentum is gaining for the social media campaign to get Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake it Off’ into Triple J’s annual ‘Hottest 100′ (song of the year) countdown, despite it not having been played by Triple J in 2014!