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# Social Media

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Society of editors says it is 'wrong to blame media' for Caroline Flack's death
Barca deny hiring company to criticise Messi and other players on social media
EU threatens big tech companies with 'stricter' regulation following meeting with Zuckerberg
Gardaí warn people about 'romance fraud' ahead of Valentine’s Day
Poll: Do ads on social media impact how you vote?
Twitter and Pinterest step up efforts to tackle voter misinformation in US elections
Varadkar defends Fine Gael social media video that was deleted following backlash
Gardaí probe social media accounts after vicious gang attack that led to teenager losing finger
The Irish For: Reflecting on the decade Gaeilge and social media found each other
Darach Ó Séaghdha
From 'two TV' households to ubiquitous smartphones: How Irish media habits have changed this decade
Fine Gael spent over €13,000 promoting by-election candidates on Facebook and Instagram
Labour's popularity existed online, but not in real life
Gay Byrne, Brexit and Donald Trump: What people were talking about on Facebook in 2019
Bonnie Greer, Love Island and #WagathaChristie: Here's what got Irish Twitter talking this year
Governments need to work with tech companies to curb hate speech, says Facebook anti-terror chief
Men told to desist from posting social media videos in Mullingar court appearance
Men to appear in court over social media threats to kill
Fermanagh machete attack: Gardaí make three arrests over social media 'threats to kill'
'An impossible task': Facebook counter-terrorism chief on trying to rid social media of extremist content
Extra gardaí deployed in Cork city after plan to rob shop is shared on social media
Former Twitter employees recruited as spies for Saudi Arabia, US court heard
New legislation will regulate political advertising on social media
Three people arrested after video of alleged assault in Cavan shared on social media
Twitter defends response to 'absolutely abhorrent' abuse directed at Ryan family
Twitter to be challenged by TDs over racist comments which forced Ryan family to leave Ireland
Government launches competition to promote Irish students' individuality
'Everybody assumes we're a bunch of hairy-ass loons': What is the Brexit Party up to?
Report finds 'lack of consistency' in online political adverts during 2019 European elections
Harris says social media companies should ban accounts that spread misinformation about vaccines
Harris asks social media companies and sporting organisations to help raise vaccine awareness
Lampard takes social media to task after Zouma abuse
Twitter agree to meet with Man United over Pogba racist abuse
Twitter and Facebook accuse China of social media campaign against Hong Kong protesters
Using social media 3 or more times a day may compromise teenage girls' health, study finds
Facebook flaw allowed thousands of children to join chats with people not approved by parents
Privacy concerns raised over app that makes you look older through artificial technology
Instagram rolls out test hiding likes on posts for Irish users from today
Facebook set for $5 billion fine in the US over privacy and data protection failings
Complaint of 'racism' against Wexford shop whose owner painted his face black for advert upheld
Concerns raised over BAI's proposal to police harmful content online