Facebook recently manipulated users' news feeds to mess with their emotions, as part of a study. How upset should the Facebook crowd be?
The story of an injured young girl being asked to leave a fast-food restaurant has been called a hoax. But its viral spread says a lot about folklore and internet activism. Continue reading →
A recent study found a possible link between depression and the amount of extremely personal information some Facebook users regularly post. Tara Long has the details.
Which state is most curious about ferrets? A real-estate site has found the answer.
People who spend more time on social networking sites report more conflict in their relationships and are more likely to break up.
Many of us spend hours a day on the Internet, and whenever we have a question, it's easy to go to Google for instant answers. Is this changing the way our memory works? Anthony explains how living in a world of constant information is affecting us.
Does the way we take selfies differ from city to city? Trace reports on an interesting new study that analyzes selfies from around the world, and discovers how people in each city prefer different ways to take a selfie!
Should a doctor use information you've posted to social media sites to determine whether you're worthy of care? As Anthony shows us, this is not just a theoretical question.
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