Chinese Internet Company Buys 12 Percent Stake In SnapThe Chinese internet company Tencent has acquired a 12 percent stake in Snap, with the social media company struggling to boost user growth.
New Looks Announced For Snapchat And Twitter In Bid For More UsersBoth services announced the moves Tuesday as they look for ways to expand beyond their passionate but slow-growing fan bases.
Companies Taking To Social Media To Help With Hiring MillennialsLooking for a new job? You may need to do a "snaplication."
Bullying More Likely To Happen On Instagram Than Other Platforms; Survey FindsSocial media users have their pick when it comes to different platforms, there's everything from Facebook to Twitter, to Instagram.
New Snapchat Feature Raising Privacy Concerns With Experts And Parents AlikeIt's a new feature on the Snapchat app, and some say it could be putting your safety at risk.
Facebook Rolling Out new Feature Similar to Snapchat’s StoriesFacebook has adopted a Snapchat innovated feature.
Seen At 11: Plastic Surgery Is The Latest Trend Taking Over SnapchatSocial media leaves no stone unturned and now it's even venturing inside the operating room.
Long Island School Security Guard Accused Of Filming 16-Year-Old Boy In BathroomPolice allege Daniel Williams, 24, who has been on the job at Roosevelt High School for two years, took video of a 16-year-old male student using the toilet inside a bathroom stall.
Roosevelt High School Security Guard Accused Of Uploading Video Of Boy In RestroomA security guard at Roosevelt High School on Long Island stood charged Wednesday with videotaping a 16-year-old boy in a school restroom and posting it to Snapchat.
DA: NYC Teacher Sent Indecent Photo To Student Over SnapchatBrooklyn Tech teacher Sean Shaynak pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges including dissemination of indecent material to a minor and harassment.
Weston High School In Connecticut Plagued By Surge In SextingPolice in Connecticut this week were investigating what has been described as a sexting outbreak at Weston High School.
N.J. Kids Receiving Unsolicited Porn Through Smartphone AppSome teenagers and even pre-teens in New Jersey have been finding unsolicited pornographic pictures appearing on their cell phones, only because they use a certain photo app.

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