A 14-year-old girl who was kidnapped and raped was able to lead authorities to three suspects with the help of her Snapchat account, San Jose police said. Devin Fehely reports. (1-17-20)

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South Bay Teen Who Had Been Kidnapped, Raped Uses Snapchat to Get HelpA 14-year-old girl who was kidnapped and raped was able to lead authorities to three suspects with the help of her Snapchat account, San Jose police said. Devin Fehely reports. (1-17-20)
Dublin Teen's Website Sleuthing Scoops CNN's Own Political PollingArjav Rawal is a Dublin High School senior. He’s also the vice chair of the California High School Democrats and he has a knack for finding out what CNN knows about the state of campaign 2020 before it's published. Wilson Walker reports. (1-11-20)
Pres. Trump Slams California Leaders Over SF Homelessness CrisisOver the Christmas holiday, President Trump put the blame on House speaker Nancy Pelosi and California governor Newsom for not cleaning up San Francisco's homeless problem. Betty Yu reports. (12-26-19)
Trump Blasts 'Crazy Nancy' Pelosi in Twitter TiradePresident Trump is away from Washington for the holidays but his Twitter account clearly reveals he has impeachment on his mind. (12-26-19)
Leaked Nude Photos Not Steph Curry, Warriors Star SaysStephen Curry is trending for the wrong reason. Nude photos -- that he claims are fake -- are circulating on social media. Andria Borba reports. (12-20-19)
Facebook User Data Exposed in Massive BreachIf your phone is ringing off the hook with telemarketer calls, yet another Facebook data breach may be to blame. Andria Borba reports. (12-19-19)
Instagram To Test Hiding Likes For Some U.S. Users To Improve Mental HealthLike it or not, Instagram will start a slow roll out of removing likes for some users in the U.S. in an effort create a healthier environment for its users. Betty Yu reports. (11-11-2019)
FBI Hunts Former Twitter Employees in Saudi Spying CaseAli Alzabarah and Ahmed Almutairi are Saudi citizens and currently believed to be in Saudi Arabia. Andria Borba reports. (11-7-19)
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Says Social Media Giant Will Stop Accepting Political AdsTwitter CEO Jack Dorsey, often maligned for his policies on hate speech and harassment on his platform, made a surprise move Wednesday: banning political advertisements on Twitter. Andria Borba reports. (10-30-2019)
Salesforce CEO Says Facebook Is 'Like Cigarettes,' Should Be Broken UpIt is by far the biggest social media company in the world. But now, more and more prominent voices are are saying Facebook is too big and should be broken up. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-16-2019)
Star Stanford Swimmer Says He Was Kicked Off Team Because He's GayA former Stanford athlete is speaking out against the university. Abrahm Devine claims he was kicked off the swim team because he's gay. Maria Medina reports. (10-3-19)
Meet Emoji Artist Niki SelkenEmoji expert Niki Selken talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about how the world is communicates with what may be one of this century's most import art forms.
SF Man Behind Viral 'Blinking Guy' GIF Backs Multiple Sclerosis FundraiserDrew Scanlon is the Internet face of "WTF?" and now he's using his meme-orable visage to support the fight against MS. Wilson Walker reports. (9-19-19)
Social Media Helps Reunite San Francisco Woman With Her Stolen Pet PugA San Francisco dog owner said the power of social media and a stranger's kindness helped reunite her with her stolen pet pug Thursday morning. Maria Medina reports. (9-12-19)
War of Words Between President and Minnesota Congresswoman Heats UpThe war of words is heating up between President Trump and one of the 4 congresswomen he targeted with his incendiary tweet: Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota. Andria Borba reports. (7-18-19)
FTC Approves $5 Billion Fine for FacebookAt $5 billion, the fine the U.S. Federal Trade Commission is about to levy on Facebook is by far the largest it’s given to a technology company. Betty Yu reports. (7-12-19)
Viral Video Shows Child Begging Father Not To Call Cops On Black Man In San FranciscoA Bay Area man is apologizing after a video of him calling the police on a black man--with his own son begging him to stop--went viral. Veronica Delacruz reports. (7-9-2019)
Instagram Unveils New Anti-Bullying ToolsInstagram announced new ways to fight cyberbullying, which include notifying users that their comments may be offensive. CBS News's Hilary Lane reports. (7-9-2019)
Concord Police Arrest Man for Threatening Mass Shooting at SynagoguePolice in Concord arrested a man in connection with several crimes related to possession of an illegal assault rifle and for threatening comments the man reportedly made online. Katie Nielsen reports. (6-15-19)
San Mateo Officer Arrested in San Jose for Alleged Sex Chat With MinorA peninsula police officer was arrested in San Jose after a concerned citizen launched a scheme to nab online predators. Susie Steimle reports. (6-6-19)
YouTube's Algorithm Keeps Suggesting Home Videos Of Kids To PedophilesA Harvard scientist was researching the effects of YouTube on Brazilian society when he made a disturbing discovery. YouTube is scrambling to explain why some innocent home movies are being suggested to child predators. Kiet Do reports. (6-4-2019)
Bottlerock Festival Gets Rocking Fueled by Wine and SelfiesFriday was the first night of Bottlerock which has placed Napa on the map of not-to-be-missed music festivals nationwide. Katie Nielsen reports. (5-24-19)
Faked Pelosi Video Foreshadows Political Chaos as Imaging Tech AdvancesA doctored video of Nancy Pelosi that surfaced this week has been viewed millions of times and two social media giants are refusing to take it down. Melissa Caen reports. (5-24-19)
Instagram Campaign Launched to Shame Tourists Behaving Badly on Central CoastBig Sur's world-famous coastline has been a tourist attraction for decades but a new Instagram page is shaming visitors for endangering lives in pursuit of the perfect selfie. Len Ramirez reports. (5-10-19)

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