Twitter changes strategy in battle against Internet trolls
The social network revises how it fights abusive Internet trolls, saying it will use behavioural signals to identify harassers.
Facebook shakes up management, creates blockchain unit
The social network shakes up its executive team, giving more responsibility to chief product officer Chris Cox.
Twitter urges users to change passwords after glitch
The social network advises its 330 million users to change their passwords after a glitch caused some passwords to be visible on its internal system.
Safaricom pilots messaging app linked to mobile money
In an attempt to move the company into the application business, Safaricom tests a social messaging app that will link to M-Pesa.
Cambridge Analytica shuts down after Facebook scandal
The company will begin bankruptcy proceedings after losing clients and facing mounting legal fees resulting from the data scandal.
Facebook enters dating game; adds data privacy features
The world's largest social media platform announces a series of new features for its various apps, focusing on user data privacy.