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Chrissy Teigen has posted a lengthy apology online after previous tweets of hers resurfaced in which she participated in online bullying and targeted Courtney Stodden, a model and reality TV personality.
Truck driver takes own life after BeiDou, the Chinese version of GPS, failed and resulted in a hefty police fine
China has heavily promoted its BeiDou alternative to the GPS system, mandating it be installed in millions of trucks, boats, and buses. Users have reported constant problems, but claim they are given hefty fines for glitches.
A Japanese man dubbed the “Twitter killer” was sentenced to death by a Tokyo court Tuesday for murdering and dismembering nine people he met online.
The closing of classrooms and the switch to remote learning because of the coronavirus have left students in this school district on the sparsely populated fringe of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico profoundly isolated.
From endless scrolling on Instagram to graphic TV shows such as 13 Reasons Why, US suicide-prevention experts have several theories for what has caused a surging increase in suicide among the nation's youth.
Social media users’ claims that bullied Australian boy Quaden Bayles, 9, faked his age have since been debunked
Some social media users have claimed that nine-year-old Quaden Bayles, who received widespread support and encouragement after his mother Yarakka posted a video of him crying for being bullied in school last week, is actually an 18-year-old actor. The claims have since been debunked by multiple news sources.
People are increasingly turning to strangers on social network Reddit to diagnose their sexually transmitted diseases, according to a new study published in a US journal on Nov 5 that called the phenomenon "crowd-diagnosis".
Destiny Ivey knew something was up as soon as she got the text. Her friend had sent a message with just her mom’s phone number.
As we hurtle forward into a digital future, it’s even more crucial that those in despair or with suicidal thoughts are not left out.
Britain’s young royals, brothers Prince William and Prince Harry and their wives Kate and Meghan, launched a new phone messaging service on May 10 to help people suffering a mental health crisis.