Dodge County To ID Alleged Drunken Drivers On Social MediaLaw enforcement authorities in Dodge County say anyone arrested on suspension of drunken will be identified and have their photos posted on social media. The Journal Sentinel reports the sheriff's office already releases the names of all alleged drunken drivers to local media.
Big Lake Police Offer Safe Place To Exchange Online SalesSocial media and other online sites can be used to buy and sell. But for years, police have warned about meeting someone you don't know. Now one department is being proactive.
DPS: Stop Recording & Posting Videos Of Road Conditions Behind The WheelThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety’s Traffic Office is telling people to stop talking about it online while driving.
Social Media Erupts Over New Instagram UpdateThe update now has users tap or swipe horizontally through their feed, versus vertically.
Zimmer Has Lost 16 Pounds Due To Stress, Daughter Says In Instagram Post Lambasting ‘So-Called’ FansThe daughter of Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer issued an impassioned defense of her father on social media this week in response to online criticism over the Vikings’ disappointing performance this season.
Pursuing Peace Of Mind: Changing The Conversation Around Social MediaWCCO is digging deeper into the role social media plays in our day-to-day happiness, and a local doctor has been studying the effects it has on our culture.
#FacebookDown Erupts On Twitter As Facebook, Instagram Experience OutagesFacebook users report they are receiving a messages that says, “Something went wrong and we couldn’t load your videos,” or, “Service unavailable.”
Is Social Media Making Us Happy Or Miserable?Some spend their lives searching for happiness, and with smartphones close by, many of us look for it online.
Wisconsin District Investigating Photo Showing Apparent Nazi SaluteSchool officials in central Wisconsin have denounced a photo, which appeared on Twitter over the weekend, showing dozens of high school boys posing with a Nazi salute.
Facebook: Hackers Accessed 29M Accounts, Fewer Than ThoughtFacebook says hackers accessed data from 29 million accounts as part of the security breach disclosed two weeks ago, fewer than the 50 million it initially believed were affected.
Viral Barefoot Runner Acorn Post Turns Out To Be FakeA Minneapolis man has admitted he made up claims of being a “competitive barefoot runner” annoyed with sidewalk acorns after a post he made to a Facebook group went viral.
Facebook, Twitter Pledge To Defend Against Foreign IntrusionFacebook and Twitter executives assured Congress on Wednesday that they are aggressively working to root out foreign attempts to sow discord in America, and they pledged to better protect their social networks against manipulation during the 2018 midterm elections and beyond.
Crackdown On 'Bots' Sweeps Up People Who Tweet OftenTwitter and other social media companies have tried to crack down on nefarious tactics used to meddle in the 2016 election, but the crackdowns face difficulties — particularly when it comes to telling a political die-hard from a surreptitious computer robot.
Facebook Axes 32 Pages, Claiming Efforts To Disrupt ElectionsFacebook says more than 290,000 accounts followed at least one of the fake pages.
Man Hit By Car Attempting 'In My Feelings' ChallengeA Florida man's attempt at the "In My Feelings" challenge went horribly wrong when he was hit by a car during the stunt.