Posts spread on Facebook and other sites, that promise participants can receive up to 36 gifts as part of an exchange, are actually part of an illegal pyramid scheme, the Better Business Bureau warns.
In a viral photo, a father is shown having one last beer with his sons hours before he died of cancer.
According to a Twin Cities defamation lawyer, someone who is falsely accused of a crime via a post on social media can sue for defamation even if the person who made the post had good intentions.
Instagram has officially announced that it will begin the test of hiding “likes” for users in the United States.
A warning post shared on a community Facebook page labeled a man who has lived in Big Lake, Minnesota for 50 years as a pervert for something he didn’t do.
A Canadian realtor got creative with his marketing after one of his signs was vandalized. Alan Stilwell, of Fredericton, New Brunswick, shared a photo of himself standing next to the vandalized sign. On his visage depicted on the sign, vandals apparently drew squiggly eyebrows, sunglasses, a squiggly mustache and a goatee, all etched in what looks like black marker.
A Minnesota man who previously served prison time for sending nude photos to a girl has been sentenced to 25 years behind bars in a new case for engaging in what prosecutors call "sexploitation" involving Snapchat.
While the Popeyes chicken sandwiches remain on people’s minds, the fried chicken chain offered a solution for those who couldn’t get their hands on the item – bring your own buns.