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Sep 22, 2020

Facebook, Google, Twitter, YouTube Need To Take Responsibility For Election Integrity
"The Social Dilemma" unveiled how the business model of social media has destroyed democracy. Watchdog Accountable Tech's roadmap might help social media companies take responsibility for election integrity during the most important election in US history. But can we count on Big Tech to change?

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 22, 2020

National Voter Registration Day Unifies U.S. Nonprofits Across Social Media
Rarely do many national nonprofits simultaneously rally around a unified cause, but with just six weeks until U. S. Election Day, some of the largest organizations in the world are joining together to amplify #NationalVoterRegistrationDay.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 22, 2020

Facebook Shuts Down 155 ‘Fake' Accounts Run From China It Says Targeted U.S. Politics
They were removed for violating Facebook's policy against foreign or government interference.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 22, 2020

Can You Imagine A Europe Without Facebook? I Can.
Facebook is threatening to cease operating in Europe unless the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) stops trying to force the company to comply with European legislation by not transferring European user data to its servers in the United States.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 22, 2020

Doomscrolling Isn't Helping Our Well Being Warn Experts
Do headlines such as "Covid-19 Cases on the Rise," "Election Meddling Likely" or "Flesh Eating Bacteria in the Long Island Sound" make you want to read more on social media?

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 22, 2020

Uber's Stock May Drop 15% After Forming A Bearish Technical Pattern
Uber's stock may drop by as much as 15% after forming a bearish technical pattern known as a double top.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 22, 2020

Teenagers Provide Parents With Free IT Help Worth $5,400 A Year
Prolifics Testing's study provides another indication of how the technology sector depends on large quantities of free labour.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 21, 2020

Reimagined Pan-Mass Challenge Approaches $41M 2020 Fundraising Goal
The 41st annual Pan-Mass Challenge looked dramatically different than previous iterations — but even amid the ongoing pandemic, its record-breaking fundraising total continues to climb.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 21, 2020

Extended 2020 Red Kettle Season Aims To ‘Rescue Christmas' In America
For the first time in 130 years, the red kettles have emerged in September.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 21, 2020

The Hollywood Fix Spills All The Tea
Fletcher Greene runs the successful influencer gossip site The Hollywood Fix.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 21, 2020

Gigi Gorgeous Reaction To 10-Year-Old Viral Video: "It Gets Better"
As the It Gets Better campaign looks back on its ten year anniversary, Gigi Gorgeous watched back one of her early YouTube videos and she tells me, she stands by everything she said.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 20, 2020

Nvidia's Stocks May Plunge 12% Following Its Deal For Arm
Nvidia paid the same multiple for Arm Holdings as Softbank four years ago, despite a slowing revenue growth rate.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 18, 2020

The Clock Is Ticking Down For TikTok
Time is running out for those who want to use the Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat apps from U.S. app stores.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 18, 2020

Stocks Fall For A Third Week In A Row As Tech Sell-Off Continues
Tech stocks continued to drag the market lower.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 18, 2020

Can You Still Use TikTok And WeChat? Here's What We Know About The U.S. Ban.
The Trump administration ordered both apps to be banned from the App Store on Sunday.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 18, 2020

Trump Banning TikTok, WeChat Downloads Beginning Sunday
Executive orders will take aim at TikTok parent ByteDance, as well as WeChat owner Tencent.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 17, 2020

Facebook And Instagram Appeared To Go Down For Some Users Thursday Afternoon
Reported issues have dropped significantly.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 17, 2020

Twitter Takes Action Against Trump Claim That Presidential Election May ‘Never Be Accurately Determined' Because Of Mail-In Voting
Twitter's expanded Civic Integrity Policy went into effect Thursday.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 17, 2020

Why ‘The Social Dilemma' On Netflix Is Such An Important Film
Watching the movie, I couldn't help but think how all of this constant clicking, swiping, and liking has impacted their lives.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 15, 2020

Moving Photos Of Kate Middleton's ‘Hold Still' Virtual Exhibit On Life Under Lockdown
The Duchess of Cambridge and the National Portrait Gallery unveiled a digital exhibition featuring 100 photos selected from 31,598 submissions.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 15, 2020

YouTube's Simple History Is Informative And Fun But Far From Simple
The YouTube channel Simple History fills a void in teaching history. It features animated videos that make events from the past engaging and more importantly, entertaining.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 15, 2020

The Perfect Response To A Social Media Dig
A personalized and humorous response to a social media query can drive more exposure and demonstrate a likable brand personality.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 14, 2020

Trump's Top Health Spokesman Michael Caputo Goes On Social Media Rant
On Facebook, Caputo warned of an armed revolt and pushed CDC conspiracy theories. Oh, and he said some things on Twitter until his account was deleted.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 14, 2020

Massive TikTok Growth: Up 75% This Year, Now 33X More Users Than Nearest Direct Competitor
Being for sale is good for business, apparently. At least, if you're TikTok.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 14, 2020

And The Award For The Dumbest Ecommerce Scam Goes To…
The seed packages sent to many American homes from China were not some bioterrorism plot, but sent using fake labels and fake accounts created with their data, so that a fake review about some product could be written to improve its popularity...

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 14, 2020

Lawsuit Accuses YouTube Of Violating Childrens' Privacy
YouTube is facing a ground-breaking class action lawsuit in the UK for allegedly breaching millions of under-13s' privacy and data rights.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 14, 2020

Chinese Firm 'Collects Data On Millions Worldwide'
A leaked database appears to show that Chinese company Zhenhua Data has collected data on 2.4 million people, in an attempt to carry out 'psychological warfare'.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 12, 2020

The Troubling Truth About The Obsession With George Soros
Behind the spectacle of paranoid outrage, there is a troubling truth about the constant attacks on George Soros: Anti-Semitism.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 11, 2020

This Week In XR: More On Apple's AR Plans, Minecraft Coming To Playstation VR, Will The Bell Toll For Tik Tok?
Apple teases the press again with cryptic hints.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 11, 2020

Amazon Nears A Technical Breakdown That May Send The Shares 15% Lower
Amazon's recent drop may still grow worse as the stock breaks down on a technical basis.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 11, 2020

Conspiracy Theories Have Gained Traction Since 9/11 Thanks To Social Media
The situation with conspiracy theories has only intensified thanks to social media. It falls into the category of misinformation/disinformation.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 10, 2020

Tok The Vote? How TikTok Creators Plan To Influence The 2020 Election
On Friday, creators on the popular social media platform TikTok are launching a national voter registration campaign for the upcoming election — even as the platform itself remains a hot political issue.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 10, 2020

Voting Gone Viral? How TikTok Creators Plan To Influence The 2020 Election
On Friday, creators on the popular social media platform TikTok are launching a national voter registration campaign for the upcoming election — even as the platform itself remains a hot political issue.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 10, 2020

RealMe Report Indicates Online Daters Lowered Standards During Covid-19 Quarantine
The RealMe study suggests loneliness is a powerful motivating factor for online daters, with 67% saying they are "less okay" with living single during this time.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 10, 2020

Civil Rights Groups Challenge Facebook Over Enabling Violence Against India's Muslims
Signed by more than 30 civil rights groups, including Muslim Advocates, "Facebook should not be complicit in more offline violence, much less another genocide, but the pattern of inaction displayed by the company is reckless to the point of complicity. The demands in this letter could help avert ...

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 10, 2020

How Airbnb Got Mixed Up In A Modern-Day Satanic Panic
There's no place like Twitter.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 10, 2020

NBA Cracks The TikTok Code As U.S. Takes Aim At World's Hottest Media App
The NBA's 11.7 million followers on TikTok are twice as many as any other sports league, helping it reach the next generation of fans.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 10, 2020

Facebook Ordered To Stop Sending EU Data To The US
The Irish data protection regulator has sent Facebook a preliminary order to stop transferring European user data to the US.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 09, 2020

Is Mike Pence Embracing QAnon? Attendance At Supporters' Fundraiser Poses Troubling Questions
After recently disclaiming any knowledge of QAnon, Vice President Pence now seemingly has no issue embracing proponents of the unfounded conspiracy theory. The question is why?

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 09, 2020

Mike Pence's Expected Attendance At Fundraiser By QAnon Supporters Poses Troubling Questions
After recently disclaiming any knowledge of QAnon, Vice President Pence now seemingly has no issue embracing proponents of the unfounded conspiracy theory. The question is why?

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 09, 2020

Fake Video Election? Deepfake Videos ‘Grew 20X' Since 2019
"It's far worse than you might think."

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 09, 2020

YouTube's Defunctland Chronicles The History Of Amusement Parks
If the Covid-19 pandemic put a damper on your summer vacation plans, the YouTube video series Defunctland could lift your spirits. It is an "E Ticket" to long forgotten, discontinued amusement parks and attractions.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 08, 2020

Storyvine Changes The Political Video Creation Process
Even as candidates scale back their appearances due to calls for social distancing, social media is filling the void. The latest example of this is the Storyvine NOW app, which just launched this month. It can capture testimonials and "automagically" edit and create a very professional-looking video

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 08, 2020

Microsoft's Stock May Fall Another 10%
Microsoft's stock has fallen about 11% since peaking on September 2, but that may only be the beginning.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 08, 2020

Coronavirus Depression Spike Suggests Social Media Is No Substitute For Real Life
Rates of depression and other mental health issues have skyrocketed in countries such as the United States and United Kingdom, in tandem with a big spike in the use of social media and digital platforms.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 08, 2020

The Inevitable Corruption Of Social Systems On The Web
Amazon is being filled with lots of fake, paid reviews, and it's getting harder to spot them, as a result of companies buying positive assessments for their products or negative ones for competing products on Facebook and other social networks.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 07, 2020

87% Of TikTok Users: Instagram Reels Is "Basically The Same"
And 61% said they'll be spending more time in Instagram as a result.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 06, 2020

A YouTube Channel Explores The Origins Of The First World War
Dozens of books have been written on the origins of the First World War, but now a YouTube channel is offering insight for those who don't look for a deep dive into the topic.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 06, 2020

Scholar Strike Forming On Social Media May Be Omen Of Things To Come
Using the hashtag #ScholarStrike, two professors have started a movement that calls for a two-day work stoppage in higher education to advance social justice issues.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 05, 2020

Who Is Selene Delgado Lopez? As Facebook Warning Goes Viral, Here's What We Know So Far
Is Selene Delgado Lopez stalking you? The truth behind the Facebook friend you can't unfriend, and why it matters.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 05, 2020

Belarus, Telegram And Pavel Durov's Revenge
The mass protests in Belarus are worth analyzing from a technological perspective: despite repeated attempts by the Lukashenko regime to control the internet, one tool in particular, Telegram, remains widely in use and has become the means to coordinate most demonstrations.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 05, 2020

The Epicenter Of Influence - Amra & Elma
Digital branding has become a key element of business strategy to succeed in a world disrupted by a pandemic, social upheaval, innovation and economic uncertainty. Amra & Elma Beganovich on how to develop the right digital branding strategy, for both large companies and startups.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 04, 2020

Defense Team For Alleged Kenosha Shooter Using Parler Social Media Platform For Public Comments
According to a Parler statement, the decision by attorneys L. Lin Wood and Marina Medvin came after Twitter locked Wood's account for tweeting links for the Rittenhouse Defense Fund.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 03, 2020

Donald Trump Jr. Tries To Divide Blacks And Jews Over Jacob Blake's Father — Will They Fall For It?
This week Donald Trump Jr. shared posts online that highlighted anti-Semitic and other discriminatory posts purportedly made by Jacob Blake Sr., father of Jacob Black, a the victim of recent police violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Why?

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 03, 2020

DatChat CEO Talks Privacy On Social Messaging
It is a promise that we've heard before, a totally private social media service - but typically "private" and "social" are mutually exclusive concepts.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 03, 2020

‘Volvo' Instagram Lawsuit Exposes Social Media Copyright Nuances
The recent lawsuit (PDF LINK) against automaker Volvo over an Instagram story shines new light on the convoluted question of social media content licensing and rights, especially when it comes to sharing or reposting "public" content.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 02, 2020

Teen Dies After Doing TikTok "Benadryl Challenge" As Doctors Warn Of Dangers
The challenge involves users daring each other to take large amounts of Benadryl, which in excessive quantities can cause seizures and heart problems.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 02, 2020

Teen Dies After Doing TikTok ‘Benadryl Challenge' As Doctors Warn Of Dangers
The challenge involves users daring each other to take large amounts of Benadryl, which in excessive quantities can cause seizures and heart problems.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 02, 2020

Yet Another IPO: Bumble Eyes Going Public In 2021 With A Valuation Of More Than $6 Billion
The news comes about a year after Blackstone Group bought a majority stake in Bumble for $3 billion.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 02, 2020

John Boyega Calls Out Disney For Downplaying Actors Of Color In ‘Star Wars'
The British-born actor had frank comments for the House of Mouse that social media users cheered.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 01, 2020

Facebook, Instagram Ban Pro-Trump Operative Jacob Wohl
It's unclear why exactly he was banned

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 01, 2020

Low Budget Movie Remakes Are Scoring On YouTube
Without a Fast & Furious film what were fans of nonsensical action to do this summer? Waiting wasn't an option for two guys, who decided to "remake" the 2001 original release with just a budget of $100!

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 01, 2020

Don. Jr.'s Self-Published Book Climbs Amazon Charts As Right-Wing Media Thrives
Self-publishing could be the next frontier for right-wing media, as conservatives can fully control their message—and keep more of the profits.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 01, 2020

New Report Says B2B Influencer Marketing Still Has Massive Room For Growth
The 2020 State of B2B Influencer Marketing Report, the first of its kind, takes an in-depth look at brands, B2B influencers, and case studies to highlight industry best practices and offer recommendations for those working to develop their B2B influencer marketing strategies.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 01, 2020

People Who Use Dating Apps Are More Likely To Have ‘Dark' Personality Traits, Say Researchers
Negative personality traits are better predictors of dating app usage than positive ones, according to new research.

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 01, 2020

Trump References ‘Dark Shadows' At Protests, Compares Jacob Blake Shooting To Golfing Error In ‘Truly Nuts' Interview
"You know things are bad when Laura Ingraham has to save President Trump from saying stupid things."

Forbes Social Media News
Sep 01, 2020

Twitter Might Be About To Get Friendlier To Women
For women, participating in Twitter's public forum means being the target of misogynistic insults. A new algorithm could change that.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 31, 2020

Vote In Or Out Social Media Platform Allows Users To Test Political Issues
A new plituical social media site looks to involve American voters in the opiniona nd fact cheking process by wllowing them to set their own thumbs up or down polls.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 31, 2020

EXHALE App Supports Emotional Wellbeing Of Black Women
In a time of racial tension and controversey, a new app recently emeged to deal with the emotional wellbeing of black women.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 31, 2020

Herman Cain Tweets Coronavirus Not That Deadly—Despite Having Died From It
A Sunday tweet from an undead Cain sparked derision and raised questions about who controls verified accounts after the owner is deceased.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 31, 2020

Social Media Audiences Continue To Grow Despite Pandemic
With cooler weather approaching, now could be a time for others who have something to say to turn to social media and grow that audience.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 30, 2020

Meet The Woman Who Helped Spark The Adventure Elopement Trend
Maddie Mae is a 28-year-old pioneer. Among the first, and the most successful, to turn her wedding photography businesses into a strictly adventure elopement company, a vision she began crafting in an honors thesis for the College of Business at Colorado State University.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 30, 2020

Forget Identifiers: The Future Of Ad Tech Is AI
Apple's iOS 14 update will allow users to opt-in to sharing personal identifiers with developers. Advertisers fear a loss of revenue as a result, but maybe it's time for ad tech to evolve to accommodate for user privacy. Is AI the answer?

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 30, 2020

Privacy: Facebook New Challenges Vs. Apple Virtue Signals
When you consume news within Facebook, you are giving the company a very rich information profile about the topics that interest you, and enabling better targeted and increasingly profitable advertising. But Facebook now faces a major obstacle: the next version of iOS.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 29, 2020

Post Announcing Chadwick Boseman's Death Is The Most Liked Tweet Of All Time
The tweet has 5.8 million likes.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 29, 2020

Options Trades Suggest Alphabet's Stock Surges By As Much As 19%
Recent trades in the options market suggests Alphabet's stock rises by as much as 19%.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 29, 2020

Can You Become The Next YouTube Sensation?
For every YouTube star there are plenty of individuals who couldn't find an audience if they set themselves on fire!

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 28, 2020

Here's Why A TikTok Deal Makes Sense For Walmart
A deal for TikTok could be a boon for Walmart's long-term growth prospects, analysts say.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 28, 2020

TikTok Stars Bryce Hall, Blake Gray Charged After Throwing Large House Parties
These are the first criminal charges filed against L.A. residents for throwing unauthorized parties.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 28, 2020

U.S. Tech Stocks Are Now Worth More Than $9 Trillion, Eclipsing The Entire European Stock Market
Megacap tech stocks like Apple and Amazon have been all the rage on Wall Street in recent years.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 28, 2020

Trump Sued Over Social Media Order That 'Threatens Censorship' Over Mail-In Voting
A coalition of voter advocacy groups has filed a lawsuit against president Donald Trump's attempts to remove social media companies' legal protections.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 27, 2020

DNC Said To Warn Campaign Staffers Of Possible ‘Sting' On Dating Apps
The Democratic National Committee has warned campaign staffers to be careful on dating apps as officials said they've received reports that some political opposition groups are using dating apps to organize "sting" operations to get dirt on staffers and their campaigns, according to CNN.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 27, 2020

Microsoft's Stock May Be Heading For An 11% Drop
Microsoft shares have soared in 2020 by nearly 44%, leading someone to hedge against a reversal of fortune.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 27, 2020

Facebook Criticizes Apple's iOS14 Privacy Changes As Harmful To Small Business
Apple's new iOS14 update to come this fall would require developers to ask users if they want to opt-in to sharing data with developers. Facebook responded by announcing it would no longer collect user data to help businesses target ads.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 26, 2020

Entertainment Sharing App Bingie Launches On IOS
Bingie is an app that emphasizes social sharing of movie and TV recommendations, because we all like telling each other what to watch.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 26, 2020

How To Talk With—And Maybe Help—Someone Who Believes In QAnon And Other Conspiracy Theories
A cult deprogrammer with four decades of experience offers steps to reconnect with friends, family and coworkers.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 25, 2020

A Good Influence: How Influencers Are Pivoting To Social Good Campaigns
As 72% of influencers have lost income due to the pandemic, many are shifting to promote philanthropic messaging, partnering with nonprofits and government entities.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 25, 2020

Say Allo Live Takes Speed Dating Online With 10 Dates In 15 Minutes
The Say Allo dating app added Live, a virtual video speed dating service.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 25, 2020

Social Media Influencers Join Barbara Sinatra Children's Center Fight Against Child Abuse
Such cynicism can blind people to the fact that genuine good can be done when infliencers join together for the right causes.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 25, 2020

Bipartisan Lawmakers Introduce House Resolution Condemning QAnon 'Cult'
'Our aim is a fully bipartisan Congressional repudiation of this dangerous, anti-Semitic, conspiracy-mongering cult that the FBI says is radicalizing Americans to violence.'

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 24, 2020

Apple's Record-Setting Advance Comes With A Big Cost
What is most ironic about Apple's move higher, is that the stock is trading at its highest one-year forward PE ratio since 2007.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 24, 2020

Google Chrome's Dino Game Receives A Violent Upgrade In Dino Swords
Google Chrome's Dino Game becomes Dino Swords in this collab from MSCHF and 100 Thieves

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 22, 2020

2 Tropical Storms Aren't Going To Merge Into A Megastorm - Here's Why
No, 2 hurricanes won't merge into a megastorm. Why it will not happen with Laura and Marco in The Gulf of Mexico.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 21, 2020

Productivity Expert Nir Eyal Says Life Hacks Don't Work. Here's Why
According to author and productivity expert Nir Eyal, constantly pursuing these life hacks and tricks won't really work.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 21, 2020

How A TikTok Ban Would Impact Its Biggest Stars
Trump might be about to ban TikTok in the US, and that would have a massive impact on the platform's stars.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 20, 2020

Social Media Is Making The Political Divide Even Worse
There is no denying that the political divide is as deep and as wide as it has ever been, but social media is making it far worse.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 20, 2020

Comedian Sarah Cooper—Known For Trump Parodies—Lands TV Show With CBS
The show follows a recent deal with Netflix.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 20, 2020

Sparc Group, The Simon Property Group/ABG Creation, May Well Reimagine the Future ‘Brandscape'
Sparc Group, LLC, the consortium of Authentic Brands Group, and Simon Property Group will go a long way in rejuvenating once powerhouse brands. It's creation goes well beyond a mere "desperation measure", and may help define a new "brandscape"

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 20, 2020

Netflix Apologizes For 'Cuties' Poster That Critics Say 'Sexualized' 11-Year-Old Girls
The poster and description have been changed.

Forbes Social Media News
Aug 20, 2020

Author And Speaker Bob Goff Has A New Plan For How To Use Social Media: Encouraging Others
What if social media was a way to enrich the lives of other people?

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