Phony coronavirus social media alerts have interrupted Toronto and Hamilton, Canada colleges and universities and one U.S. school district. IT and technology managers are encouraged to help stem the tide of unwarranted panic. One post claiming that Ryerson University students were admitted to the hospital with the virus was declared phony by school officials, reports […]
After analyzing over a billion transactions across multiple industries, Arkose Labs has found that more than half of social media logins are frauds.
After the recent ruling in the Supreme Court, it will be hard to argue that social media platforms are public forums tied to First Amendment requirements.
The Trump Administration is further expanding the vetting process for immigrants by increasing the amount of information they must provide.
A new social credit system developed by Hebei’s Higher People’s Court bring Orwellian surveillance to life.
Whether for social media, print ads, posters, or digital signage, hashtags are everywhere. They’re also an effective tool for marketers. Here’s how to create the perfect hashtag for your marketing plan.
Despite a year of privacy violations and congressional hearings, it seems the social media giant’s priorities lie in jumping on the blockchain train.
Creating content (blogs, videos, infographics) about your organization’s offerings — content marketing — is important. But you’re doing it wrong.
In the smartphone era, we’re all getting smarter about creating secure classroom communities that last through social media.
Mall wayfinding has seen great advancements over the past few years. Before the digital revolution, mall wayfinding was little more than backlit boards with static directories that didn’t do much in easily orienting and engaging mall patrons. Today, wayfinding is multifunctional and interactive with dynamic directories and 3D wayfinding. These advancements aren’t just about employing […]