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Trolls Are Illegally Posting Rape Survivors' Names on Twitter
Victims in sexual offense cases are guaranteed lifelong anonymity in the UK, but an investigation has found hundreds of posts on the social network identifying survivors.
Teen Parkland Survivors on Using Social Media to Change Society
Sarah Chadwick and Delaney Tarr survived their school's shooting. Now they're using Twitter to teach each other where adults have failed.
Twitter Slammed for Launching 'Tone-Deaf' Oscars Ad Celebrating Women
Many users pointed out that the social media giant has been historically all too averse to fixing the ongoing harassment of women on the site.
The Former Hillary Clinton Advisor Tracking Russian Bots and Trolls
After it was confirmed that Russia influenced our 2016 presidential election, foreign policy expert Laura Rosenberger set out on a mission to preserve democracy.
The Cathartic Doom of Existential Dread Twitter
In an age of constant misery and creeping fascism, Twitter accounts like Kim Kierkegaardashian, Medieval Death Bot, and Nihilist Arby's give a deadpan voice to our deepest fears.
Two Models Banded Together Against a Sexist Troll Who Tried to Compare Them
Broadly spoke with both models about their decision to shut down the misogynistic tweet in a "proper ass move."
What I Learned About Real Relationships When My 'Friends' Take Went Viral
Ross Geller is trash.
Paris Hilton Is Now a Meme Queen, Long May She Reign
The heiress pioneered the archetype of cheeky, self-roasting TV personalities on "The Simple Life"—now, she's harnessing that power with hilarious, nostalgic memes.
Double-Booking Dates Is Fine as Long as You're Not a Jerk About It
We asked a relationship expert and several women to weigh in on the ethics of scheduling a bunch of dates in one night.
The Challenges of Blocking Self-Harm Imagery on Social Media
A new study examines the roles social platforms like Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram can, or should, play in stopping the spread of graphic self-harm imagery.
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