This Week In Social, two of the world's largest social media platforms are setting out to make the Web a safer place by tackling online abuse and thwarting terrorism. Check out our round-up of the best social news from the last week.
Facebook videos will now automatically play sound by default. Even though no one asked for that.
The social media network has a plan to use artificial intelligence to root out terrorism and more…
To fight the spread of fake news on the platform, Facebook is changing its Trending topics.
Twitter is rolling out an update that wants to spare you from abusive conversations.
Be warned boys and girls: If you act out, Twitter's going to send you to the naughty step for a time-out.
For you broadcast fans: Twitter’s recently launched “Explore” section will now feature live videos from Periscope.
Snapchat taps up Discovery to bring the shows Shark Week and Myth Busters into its app.
Snapchat might be the first social media app to bring us good AR, so let’s hope this isn’t just a rumour..
Did your cliché pick-up lines fail you this Valentine’s day? Ditch your wingman and go for a Feminist Wingbot…
Twitter said it would no longer notify users when added to a list, but had to back-peddle about two hours later...
One of London's most popular tourist attractions faced severe social media backlash for its Valentine's social media campaign.
Spotify’s latest clever campaign makes fun of strange user-generated playlist names.
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