Twitter To Discontinue Vine Video AppTwitter announced that it will discontinue Vine, the mobile app where users can make short-form looping video clips.
Twitter Slashes 9% Of Staff With Revenue Under PressureTwitter, seemingly unable to find a buyer and losing money, is cutting about 9 percent of its employees worldwide.
Report: Twitter Could Lay Off As Many As 300 Workers This WeekReports are indicating that Twitter could be laying off as many as 300 employees as soon as this week.
Meek Mill Deactivates Instagram AccountThe Philly rapper has become known for engaging in social media confrontations with various artists, including The Game, Beanie Sigel and Drake...
Periscope App Extends Beyond Phones As Twitter Ups Ante On VideoTwitter is taking the smartphone shackles off its live-video service Periscope in its latest attempt to broaden its audience...
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook Stop Sharing Data With Surveillance Software Used By Bay Area PoliceThree of the largest social media sites have halted surveillance product Geofeedia's access to its user data.
3 Mountain View Teens Arrested For Making Social Media ThreatsPolice arrested three Mountain View High School students Monday on suspicion of making threats to the school via social media, police said.
Boy Confesses To Making 'Creepy Clown' Threats Against Salinas SchoolsAn 11-year-old boy confessed Saturday to posting threats against Salinas elementary schools on Instagram.
Sonoma Sheriff's Deputies Respond To Report Of Prowler, Nab Canine CulpritThe Sonoma County Sheriff's office is doggone delightful in a "crime report" posted to their Facebook page.
Police Using Social Media Tracking Tool Worries ACLUCivil liberties advocates say tools that allow police to search social media in real time during protests could have a chilling effect on free speech.
Oakland, Fairfield Schools Targeted With 'Creepy Clown' ThreatsAs more stories of creepy clowns continued to surface across the country, two Bay Area school districts on Tuesday were addressing clown-related threats that were made against several schools on social media.
Local Law Enforcement Promotes Positive Image With VideosWith the relationships between law enforcement and some communities strained, some Bay Area officers are turning to social media to try and put their officers in a friendlier light.

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