The grime artist's accounts have now been removed from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram following his anti-Semitic remarks.
Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., joins Yahoo News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Ward on “The Long Game” podcast to discuss a much-anticipated hearing in the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust subcommittee. On Monday, the CEOs of the four biggest technology companies will testify: Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple.
Facebook officials said the site has suspended accounts associated with white nationalist groups after some called for violence in the wake of current anti-racism protests.
Justin Bieber has said he wishes he had 'saved' himself for marriage as sex is 'kind of confusing'
The Kings College London professor advised those with even mild cold or flu symptoms to stay at home.
Previously, users had to download a bundle of data from Facebook, rather than being able to simply move their photos into another service.
WhatsApp group chats are not as private as some users might think – with groups easily discoverable on Google if an invitation link has been shared online.
Star's original social media posts has been shared, liked and mentioned millions of times and some of the world's biggest stars have gotten involved
'The message really resonates with people,' a leading political sociologist told Yahoo News UK.
People who repeatedly see the same fake news item repeatedly feel less and less "wrong" about sharing it -–even when they don’t believe it’s true.
The World Wide Web founder also accused the Conservative Party of spreading misinformation by rebranding one of its Twitter accounts 'factcheckuk'.
Sarah Jane Pascoe-Hudson lost her son Matthew, 12, and daughter Lucy, 10, in the crash in 1996.
A bug in the latest version of the Facebook iOS app has alarmed users - but there's a simple fix if you're concerned.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a young mother, 26, in Halifax town centre.
Amelia Bambridge's brother Harry urged people not to share images of her body as Facebook stressed it has 'clear rules against posting graphic content'.
At least four people were killed and about 50 injured on Sunday in clashes with police in Bangladesh over a Facebook post that offended Muslims, officials said. The clashes in the southern district of Bhola, 195 km (120 miles) from the capital Dhaka, broke out when angry crowds protested against a Facebook post in which a Hindu reportedly made derogatory remarks about Prophet Mohammad. Police said the Facebook had actually been hacked and all the hackers had been detained.
The BBC journalist said the Prime Minister's use of social media was a 'form of propaganda'.