Russia temporarily blacklists Facebook
Russian officials received 10 complaints over Facebook content.
Ex-NFL player wants to save the kids who wrecked his vacation home
Brian Holloway watched the destruction unfold on Twitter.
These people sold their souls to Yahoo for a Marissa Mayer retweet
Some Twitter users are about to use Yahoo as their homepage, switch to Yahoo Mail, and stop making fun of the firm's derided new logo.
Anti-pedophile vigilantes lash out at their critics with online threats
Letzgo Hunting tweeted a critic's Facebook and Twitter usernames, as well as her street name.
19 amazing pop-culture portraits painted on coins
In Brazilian artist Andre Levy's hands, regular coins become portraits of superheroes, pop music icons, and video game characters.
Facebook bans dating site that used Rehtaeh Parsons’s photo in an ad
Parsons, a victim of sexual assault and intense cyberbullying, died in April after a suicide attempt.
Taliban claims credit on Twitter for election official’s assassination
Mohammad Amanullah's murder was the first of an election official since nominations for April's presidential election opened Monday.
Here’s why you were added to Twitter spam lists
Marketers used a Twitter keyword tool to automatically add you to their lists.
Homeless man rewarded with $69,000 for heroic honesty
Glen James returned a backpack containing $43,000 in cash and traveler's checks.
Russia could ban Facebook over ads for hallucinogenic smoking blends
Russia has outlawed the distribution, sale, or use of smoking blends since 2009.
2 Toronto firefighters sacked over sexist tweets
“Reject a woman and she will never let it go. One of the many defects of their kind. Also weak arms,” wrote one.
Airbnb users are already trying to cash in on the Super Bowl
Some hosts jack up their prices by thousands of dollars a night when the big game rolls into town.
Navy Yard shooter identified after false initial reports
Meanwhile, journalists with both CBS and NBC retracted earlier tweets after wrongly reporting the suspect's name.
Russian official blames Navy Yard shootings on ‘American exceptionalism’
Parliamentary foreign affairs chief Alexey Pushkov drew criticism after urging the U.S. to "part with the notion of American exceptionalism."
Instagram home-design genius flips his bed into a giant desk
Thomas Hopmans found a way to have both his bed and a big desk in his room.