Millions of comments submitted to FCC regarding net neutrality were duplicate, false
Nearly half a million comments came from Russian email addresses.
On Nov 29, 2017 by Brianna Stone
Most Americans have no idea who’s leading the DOJ’s Russia investigation
Do you know who is actually heading the investigation?
On Jul 25, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
Nearly 1 in 5 Americans have reportedly faced severe forms of online harassment
More than half of the people surveyed said their most recent attack happened on social media.
On Jul 12, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
U.S. image plummets worldwide as majority finds Trump ‘arrogant’ and ‘dangerous’
Only two countries view Trump more favorably than Obama.
On Jun 27, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
62 percent of Americans get their news from social media, report finds
Feeding from the feeds.
On May 26, 2016 by AJ Dellinger
New study suggests online dating has lost its ‘desperate’ reputation
A whole lot of Americans are swiping and messaging.
On Feb 11, 2016 by Marisa Kabas
Americans aren’t as anti-science as you might think
Unfortunately, the Internet remains a great sounding board for anti-science sentiment.
On Dec 2, 2015 by Cynthia McKelvey
New poll shows public divided over religion vs. science
It’s more complicated than the study suggests.
On Oct 27, 2015 by Cynthia McKelvey
5 facts about your mom and social media
Parents: They're just like the rest of us.
On Jul 17, 2015 by Curt Hopkins
Study says wealthy teens prefer Instagram and Snapchat to Facebook
A Pew survey just found that the popularity of various social networks is correlated to household wealth.
On Apr 17, 2015 by Tim Sampson
People talk about Ferguson differently on Twitter and Instagram
Ferguson is a specific place, but it has also become something of a synecdoche.
On Apr 6, 2015 by Eric Geller
Pew survey finds that social media can heighten our awareness of friends’ stress levels
But stress does increase when we care too much.
On Jan 15, 2015 by Selena Larson
Americans are terrified of government spying, but they refuse to take action
Americans are mad as hell—and they'll continue to take it.
On Nov 12, 2014 by Kevin Collier