"The story isn't me," he tweeted. "The story is an awful thing happened and enough people wouldn't tolerate it and did something about it."
New report slams Twitter, Facebook and YouTube for secrecy around harassment of women online.
The battle against CoverGirl and other NFL sponsors is one time that hashtag activism could actually work.
"No Likes Yet" rounds up photos that no one has liked -- with occasionally evocative results.
For years, a Boston professor has searched for the owner of a photo found at ground zero. When it went viral, she found him.
It's Sept. 11, time for the annual barrage of faux-memorial, self-promotional ads.
The site purportedly made enough money off the invasive photos to run its servers for a month.
The Twitter account for DiGiorno's Pizza made a terrible gaffe last night. This is why you should get over it.
When an ISIS-affiliated account tweeted threats to Twitter employees, the network immediately shut the account down.
When Reddit shut down the forum sharing stolen celebrity nudes, it did it for copyright reasons -- not moral or ethical ones.