Pinterest Among Fastest Growing Social Media Sites Among WomenIt's being called “Facebook on steroids”. The hot new social media site called Pinterest already has millions of users.
FBI Responding To Growing Number Of Online Stalking ComplaintsOnline stalking is a disturbing new trend that has prompted the FBI to beef up their cyber crimes unit.
Ready Or Not, You're Getting Facebook 'Timeline'You'll soon be forced to use a new profile page design — better known as the Timeline — on Facebook.
Police: Sexual Assault Suspect Lured Girl He Met On Social Networking SiteSan Bernardino police are searching for a man they believe sexually assaulted an underage girl he met online.
Police: Twitter Checkpoint Alerts Are A-OKLaw enforcement agencies in Los Angeles County are teaming up to crack down on drunk driving during the holiday season. The “Avoid 100” safety campaign has police setting up checkpoints all over LA during the last two weeks of December.
Facebook To Organize Friends In 'Smart Lists'Facebook will start organizing users' friends into smaller groups to make it easier to share photos, posts and links.
Social Network-Directed Film Shows Audience 'Much Smarter' Than ExpectedA veteran Hollywood director offers audience participation to the Internet generation with a new "social" film called "Inside".
Facebook, Time Warner Announce Anti-Bullying PartnershipFacebook and Time Warner are ganging up on bullies to address a problem that torments millions of children and young adults.
Google Unveils Latest Social Networking FeatOnline search leader Google is taking yet another stab at social networking, this time with a project it calls Google+.
News Corp. Looking To Sell MySpace This WeekNews Corp. is aiming to sell its struggling social network site MySpace this week, but it hasn't selected from among several buyers yet. That's according to a person familiar with the matter.
Facebook, Google: 'Plain Language' Privacy Settings UnconstitutionalA letter from Facebook and other firms calls SB 242 "unnecessary," claiming that the bill would not only hinder growth in the state's tech sector, but that it may potentially violate First Amendment rights.