China blocks most foreign social networking sites, reason for lifting of censorship a mystery
If you have a social profile, it's probably on Facebook and a new survey suggests we're becoming more ruthless about who can see our profile
Ann Romney likes red, white and blue snacks, and her husband's campaign clearly likes the latest social media darling
So-called lawful access provisions would make it easier to unmask people using pseudonyms, require ISPs to enable permanent, warrantless wiretapping
Social network Path sparks controversy by uploading address books, launched in late 2010 as 'hipper' version of Facebook
Social network would be starting late, and the track record for foreign Internet firms is far from encouraging
Newish social network shares images with strong links to shopping; claims that it's 60 per cent female may be low-balling it
It's easy to understand why people flock to Facebook and other social networks: They have become ubiquitous, necessary, and addictive. But when you join up, you don't know enough about the ramifications of social network citizenship to understand where that decision will lead and how it might transform you and your life.