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Social media managers: A job that’s perfect for attention-seekers

To many people, the job of a social media manager sounds like a dream: spend a bit of time on Instagram and Twitter, post a few witty asides and done.


Better social media literacy

From ASSOC PROF DR ALI SALMAN, Social media researcher and advocate, Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor.


Good social media experiences don’t outweigh bad ones for young adults

For young adults, the adverse effect of negative social media experiences on mental health outweigh any potential benefits of positive experiences, a study of university students suggests.


Regulating social media

In May, deadly caste clashes led north Indian authorities to block social media to prevent instigation of violence via WhatsApp and Facebook. Should social media be regulated?


Students’ social media use does not lead to failing grades: study

Scare stories about the effects of social media on students’ grades are misplaced, finds a recent study conducted by German researchers and reported in Educational Psychology Review journal.


Going big on social media

PETALING JAYA: From ramping up their cyber teams to creating memes, GIFs and content, political parties are gearing up for the general election by embracing social media in a big way.


Using social media to teach and learn at varsity

NO ONE can escape from social media today.

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How social is social media when we go offline?

THERE is no need to dwell on the proliferation of social media in our daily lives; it is here to stay. As for its positive impacts, the digital connection apparatus has eliminated distances, enhanced the reach and scope of communities and enabled reunions with long lost friends.


Silicon Valley distrusts social media with personal data, poll finds

From their vantage point in the cradle of high tech, Bay Area voters deeply distrust social media companies with their personal and financial information and favour government regulation of Internet privacy and security more than the rest of the country, according to a new poll.


Ugandans angered by new tax for using social media

A new tax on social media has taken effect in Uganda, angering many who see the revenue measure as an attack on free speech.