Social media companies could be penalized by as much as $58.3 million if they don't remove a malicious post from their platforms soon after it is reported — in some cases within 24 hours.
The ousting of a powerful Hollywood producer over multiple abuse allegations prompted women and other assault survivors to proclaim a simple idea: that sexual abuse is common in their lives.
The platforms promoted the name of a man falsely accused of being the shooter by surfacing less-credible sites. The companies say they're working on fixes, but analysts say the challenge is massive.
She spurned a friend's advances. He tried to kill her. She wanted to take him to court. But it's hard to prosecute crimes against women in Pakistan. Then she met a young lawyer with a plan.
Many first-year college students think their peers have more friends than they do, a study finds. But that can actually help motivate students to make new connections.
Miscarriage, while widely experienced, is not often discussed in public. Researchers have turned to social media to see what people are saying about the topic and how much they're choosing to share.
Young YouTube stars work hard to look authentic and accessible, and they can make millions of dollars doing it. But the pressure to appear perfect while living online can sometimes be too much.
They're doing it with memes from Game of Thrones and The Simpsons. And by quickly responding to queries from the public.
Researchers have created an artificial neural network that analyzes an image of a dish and tells you how to make it. Still in the early stages, the technology might help improve our dietary health.