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# Social Media

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Tobacco being marketed and sold through Facebook, despite policy against such promotions
Spider Dad and Spider Lad, don't let Mam on Facebook and more tweets of the week
Judge warns David Drumm jury not to carry out research on social media
Gen Z: We're looked down on by older generations and not given the chance to show who we are'
Keely Jenkinson
Sinn Féin has had a very bumpy few years on social media - how will it weather this latest storm?
Spurs apologise for sexist survey question
Why does a person become radicalised? That's the million dollar question
Here's what Leo has spent on social media campaigns over the last year
A classy GAA message, inflatable bananas causing riots and more tweets of the week
False information travels much faster than the truth on Twitter
UK government looking into imposing 'time limits' on children using social media
'It was pretty appalling' - Aer Lingus communication slammed by Irish stranded across Europe during Storm Emma
Politicians are (slowly) taking to Instagram - and showing different sides
Here's what you need to know about Vero, the 'new Instagram' everyone is talking about
Russian Foreign Minister dismisses US election meddling probe as 'blabber'
'It's almost like parents are blaming the platform itself': Teenagers have been educating TDs on online safety
With 'vulnerable' children contacting strangers, government launches 'internet safety resource' for schools
Tina Satchwell's husband wants apology from Gardaí over alleged social media post
'Johnny f*****g Sexton' - The reaction to Ireland's last-gasp win over France
Facebook is making privacy settings easier to find ahead of strict new EU law
Poll: Do you worry about your online privacy?
How will Ireland handle social media in the Eighth Amendment referendum?
Gavin Sheridan
Poll: Do you stay social media-free for the last 30 minutes before you go to bed?
Debate Room: Has #MeToo turned into a witch hunt?
Experiencing mothering stress and burnout? Psychologist gives advice on steps to take
Niamh Delmar
Facebook is rolling out one of its biggest-ever changes to its news feed
HSE says people claiming to be nurses are warning against HPV vaccine on social media
13% of secondary school students have sent a nude or semi-nude video of themselves
H&M issues apology after using image of black child wearing 'monkey' hoodie
Sinn Féin MP apologises for posting Kingsmill bread video on anniversary of Kingsmill massacre
Tweeting TDs: Who excelled on social media in 2017?
Craig Dwyer
Behind the messaging app that was temporarily blocked for inspiring protesters in Iran
'Now lads go home and they get abuse online just because they drove a ball wide'
Barack Obama warns against 'irresponsible' social media use in interview with Prince Harry
Poll: Do you think social media has affected your mental health negatively?
Here's what you need to know about Facebook's rejigged tax model
Facebook will stop using Ireland as a global hub for tax and revenue
The 16 absolute worst people on Facebook
How to deal with bad online reviews - and turn the haters into fans
Lorcan Nyhan
The Irish Times has bought the media group behind the Irish Examiner