Horrific Mass Shooting In Orlando Unfolds Through Social MediaNews of the horrific nightclub attack in Orlando that killed at least 50 people spread very quickly over social media with the general public posting what they heard and what they saw.
Security Experts Reissue Warnings After High-Profile Social Media Accounts HackedSecurity experts are renewing warnings about password safety after the latest high-profile hacking victim.
Report: Twitter Will Stop Counting Pictures, Links In Character LimitTwitter users will now have a bit more freedom when it comes to their tweets.
Social Media's New Role In Solving CrimesMore and more people are turning to their friends and followers into new age crime fighters.
Unsocial Media: How Technology Is Redefining The Meaning Of FriendshipHas technology and our constant use of it brought us closer?
Facebook Changing News Feed AgainFacebook is doing it again! The social networking giant is tweaking its algorithm to sift through and weed out posts users might not be as interested in at the top of their feeds.
Bill Would Allow Custodian To Take Over Online Accounts A proposal moving through the Florida Legislature would allow people to designate a custodian for their online accounts after they die or become incapacitated.
Twitter Aiming To Expand 140-Character Limit On TweetsReports are surfacing that Twitter may soon allow users to write more than a 140 characters in a tweet.
Facebook Glitch Celebrates 46 Years Of Online FriendshipFacebook's making some of its users feel a lot older than they really are.
Twitter Toughens Policy Banning Threats & AbuseTwitter is toughening up their policy to prohibit violent threats and abusive behavior by users on the site.
Court System Seeks To Bolster CommunicationsPointing to issues such as the emergence of social media and efforts to build support for the judicial branch, the Florida Supreme Court on Monday released a multi-year plan to try to bolster communications about courts throughout the state.
Employee Social Media Privacy Gets BackingMost employees and job seekers could refuse to turn over private user names and passwords for social media sites without retribution, under a revived measure approved by a Senate panel Monday.

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