American to Fight Twitter over Social Media Ban

A white nationalist is taking Twitter to court for banning his account with the social networking service.

The case comes at the same time when social networks are trying to stop hateful and abusive content without appearing to block unpopular opinions.

Jared Taylor launched the case Tuesday in California, at a state court in San Francisco. The Associated Press (AP) described it as the latest legal action by right-wing groups and people banned from social media websites.


Third of US banks OK with passwords even social networks reject

Six of 17 major US banks have weaker password enforcement procedures than most social networking websites, according to a new study by an American university.


Pew Study: Majority of US Adults Now Use Social Media

Pew Research Center said on Thursday that social media use among American adults has blown up in the past decade with about two-thirds at the present on social networking sites.

Reuters reported that "the 65 percent of adults in the United States using social media is up from 46 percent in 2010 and just 7 percent in 2005, the year Pew began tracking usage."
Social media sites on the Internet have surged in popularity since the early 2000s, from Friendster and Myspace to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest and Google +, among others.

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