Convictions for internet "trolls" who target people with abusive or offensive material online increase eight-fold in a decade, official figures reveal.
As party leaders head to their local polling stations, millions of people take to Facebook and Twitter to let their friends know they have voted, encouraging others to do the same.
Two young activists have been taking very different approaches to youth engagement at this general election.
American parents who adopted children from abroad are advertising them for readoption to strangers on a Facebook group, Channel 4 News finds.
News last week that crime rates had fallen to a record low gives an indication as to how that shift is taking place.
Facebook pages apparently set up by smugglers are specifically targeting Syrians as part of a new method of recruiting refugees to pay for places on board ships bound for Europe.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says his 2015 new year's resolution is to read a book every other week - here are six books we think he should read.
Social networks must simplify terms and conditions, to ensure that their users are clear over how their personal data will be collected and used, MPs say.