The mobile messaging app Snapchat is especially popular with young users. Now businesses have started using the app to introduce products to a younger target audience.
Two separate German companies, the supermarket chain Edeka and the smoothie producer true fruits, have ignited raging debates on social media over race and immigration.
Kenya's government has threatened to clamp down on social media users who spread hate speech or fake news that could fan violence in the lead up to elections next month.
The unicorn has taken advertising by storm. Consumers are snapping up any product associated with the one-horned horse. DW's Sophie Schimansky reports from New York City on the reasons behind the hype.
The social media platform reported weaker-than-expected growth in monthly active users and saw a drop in revenues, dealing the company the twin blow of another loss and further doubt about Twitter's business.
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