Need another reason not to waste time on those Facebook personality quizzes? CubeYou is accused of using Facebook user data for marketing purposes from an app that told users the information would be used for academic research only.
Creatives using Vimeo's option to monetize through subscriptions can now go live with fans. The change is part of Vimeo's acquisition of Livestream. Vimeo is also launching a new encoder and a Mac version of Livestream Studio.
Telegram, the encrypted messaging app, is popular with Kremlin politicians because it's a secure method of communications. Russian security, however, wants backdoor access and is threatening to block the app entirely.
Private messages from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are disappearing mysteriously from Facebook Messenger inboxes -- and soon, you're going to be able to do exactly the same thing with your friends.
Facebook, Twitter, and Google have testified before Congress on multiple occasions about Russian election ads, and formal charges have been filed. So what do social media users need to know about those ads? We break it down.
In this week's social feed news, find out how Twitter is managing (or not managing) hoaxes, why Snapchat is getting sued, why Giphy's back on Snapchat and Instagram, and which network may require hashtags.