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Social media boycott 'may be only way to protect children'
A public boycott of social media may be the only way to force companies to protect children from abuse, the UK’s leading child protection police officer said.
Facebook co-founder: Break up social media giant
One of Facebook’s co-founders has called CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s power “unprecedented and un-American,” adding that Facebook should be broken up into multiple companies.
Social media effect 'tiny' in teenagers, large study finds
The effects of social media use on teenage life satisfaction are limited and probably ‘tiny’, a study of 12,000 UK adolescents suggested.
Royal baby born: UK taxpayers moan they have a new mouth to feed
Taxpayers in Britain have taken to the social media to express their anger at the birth of a new boy to the royal family, saying it is a pity that the child should be fed and brought up with their money.
Police investigating reports of photos posted on social media of Sala's body
UK police are investigating reports that photographs of footballer Emiliano Sala's dead body were posted on social media.
New Zealand, France plan bid to tackle extremism on social media
In the wake of the Christchurch attack, New Zealand said on Wednesday that it would work with France in an effort to stop social media from being used to promote terrorism and violent extremism.
Social media boycott as footballers in England say 'enough' over racism
Premier League stars led footballers in England and Wales in a 24-hour social media boycott on Friday in a bid to combat racist abuse online.
Social media sites urged to remove 'like' button over child online safety fears
Social media sites including Facebook may be forced to turn off the "like" function for British children, thanks to proposed guidelines for online safety.
UK to tighten restrictions on social media through new watchdog
The UK government is planning a special watchdog to monitor and regulate social media activity in the country as more people become victims of harmful content shared online without proper scrutiny.
Social media bosses could be ‘held accountable’ for harmful content
Social media bosses could reportedly be held personally accountable for harmful content published online under new UK Government plans.
Fake social media accounts promoting Netanyahu ahead of elections: Watchdog
An Israeli watchdog group has uncovered a network of hundreds of fake social media accounts serving as a platform to promote Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and smear his political opponents in the run-up to elections next week.
Social media firms must take action against violent extremism: UK interior minister
Britain's Home Secretary (Interior Minister) Sajid Javid has said social media companies must take action to stop violent extremism on their channels after Friday's massacre by an Australian white supremacist at two mosques in New Zealand.
Anxiety on rise among Britain's young people in social media age
The number of young people in the UK who say they do not believe that life is worth living has doubled in the last decade, amid a sense of overwhelming pressure from social media which is driving feelings of inadequacy, new research suggested.
'County lines' drug gangs in UK tracking children via social media
A failure to grasp how technology and social media is being used to coerce, control, blackmail and track the movements of children as young as 11 by ‘county lines’ drug gangs has seen an epidemic of child criminal exploitation spiral out of control in the UK.
Negative experiences on social media may make you feel lonely
The team surveyed 1,178 university students aged between 18 and 30 years about their social media use, to what extent their experiences were positive or negative, and their level of perceived loneliness.

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