Ocean City officials say they are prepared for an unsanctioned event that organizers are calling "College Takeover Beach Week."
While hotels in the region are either swinging open their expansive doors or renovating their space to attract new business, those looking for something a little different can turn to Airbnb to book a room in someone's empty den or vacant apartment.
YouTube has removed all the videos of Elliot Rodger, the Santa Barbara teen who recorded and posted videos leading up to his killing six and injuring 13 in California.
Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday is responding to angry tweets from actor Seth Rogen and director Judd Apatow, after Hornaday's op-ed about the YouTube video made by Isla Vista, California mass murderer Elliot Rodger.
Users can now ask friends about their undisclosed relationship statuses.
A lack of Facebook Likes can have a dramatic effect on a user's self-esteem and sense of belonging, according to new research.
New software can sift through your entire Facebook career and point out questionable postings that you might want to delete before a potential employer sees them.
What happens when social media, GPS and anonymity are combined? An app called Yik Yak.
More safeguards for data and protections for email lead White House proposals for privacy laws
White House report calls for more privacy laws and updates to outdated ones
The crowdfunding effort will help Soul Cakes by Tanya move out of Tanya Logan's home kitchen and into a commercial bakery in Lorton, Va.
In the future, you could enjoy your morning coffee with photos you just uploaded or with an inspirational phrase.
A look at why social media site Pinterest is catnip to retailers and shoppers alike
In Florida case, federal court weighs police use of cellphone data against privacy rights
To 'like' or not to 'like'? London stage hit 'Privacy' explores the perils of online exposure
Montgomery County schools are taking the first steps to teaching students how to be safer and kinder online.
Everyone may soon know your name the next time you go shopping.
Brazil's new Internet 'Bill of Rights,' promotes privacy, ensures net neutrality
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