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# Social Media

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Connacht boss Friend tells players to stay away from social media feedback
Sharing hate speech online to become criminal offence but there will be protections for freedom of speech
Leo Varadkar: 'Crisis of polarisation' developing in Irish politics due to influence of social media
HSE targets TikTok teens in bid to curb spread of Covid-19
Government spends almost €700,000 on social media and digital ads related to Covid-19
Kim Kardashian sparks social media meme with trip to private island
Woman in court over probe into details shared online claiming to identify boy convicted of Ana Kriegel murder
Looking for love in lockdown? Facebook Dating has launched in Ireland
Data Protection Commission investigating Instagram over handling of children's personal data
Facebook to ban content that denies or distorts the Holocaust
FactFind: Are Fine Gael's claims about Sinn Féin in a video published on social media accurate?
TikTok: US judge temporarily blocks ban on popular app
'These are communities which are extremely violently misogynistic': Investigating the world of incels, pick-up artists and men who hate women
Facebook seeks to quash Data Protection Commissioner's decision over transfer of user data
Facebook blames coronavirus for hampering efforts to remove suicide posts from its platforms
Twitter adds labels to state-backed media accounts
'Hundreds of new jobs' to be created in Ireland as TikTok announces plans for European Data Centre
Social media giants Facebook and Twitter take action against Trump misinformation online
Microsoft reportedly in advanced talks to buy US TikTok operation
Twitter reveals further details about the large-scale hack of celebrity accounts
'Might be the stupidest thing I could possibly do': Irish author John Boyne on his next project
Gardaí conduct search as part of social media foreign exchange trading investigation
Twitter and the Taoiseach: Why Fianna Fáil is playing catch-up on social media
Opinion: Ireland is in prime position to hold social networks to account - and we must
Paul Tweed
Children's minister rejects 'homophobic' online claims linking him to comments about paedophilia
Coca Cola suspends ads on social media as platforms come under fire over handling of racist content
Trump's tweet of 'racist baby' video flagged as manipulative media by Twitter
Zuckerberg vows to review Facebook policies after internal anger over Trump's posts
'I realised at that point that it's not a nice place to be or a healthy thing to do'
'We're fed up with it': Trump signs executive order following factchecking row with Twitter
'Absolutely crazy': TikTok to investigate Irish videos showing 'dangerous pranks' with farm machinery
Data Protection Commission completes probe into Twitter's handling of data breach
Facebook says it's flagged 50 million misleading coronavirus posts since March
Not enough is being done to label fake news on social media sites - report
Poll: Should social media companies do more to tackle the spread of Covid-19 misinformation?
New WhatsApp restrictions to curb the spread of misinformation about Covid-19
'The future of our people is in our hands' - 16 iconic Irish sports stars send rallying call to the nation
'After the coach spoke, you'd turn into the corner and type your name into Twitter'
Open thread: Which four footballers have meant most to you in your life?
Minister: 'Please stop putting messages up online that are frightening young and old'