Social Networking

There are more than thirty powerhouses involved in the social networking phenomenon sweeping the internet at the moment, with undoubtedly Facebook and Twitter leading the charge.

YourLifeChoices shows you how to get involved.

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What happens to you online when you die?

What happens online when you die?

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Do you suffer from cyberchondria?

If Dr Google is making you sick with worry, there is help available.

Is this the end of fake news?

Has Facebook found the answer to reining in fake news?

Is this the end of fake news?

Can hiding likes make Facebook fairer and rein in fake news? The science says maybe.

Change your Facebook password

You need to change your Facebook password

Change your Facebook password

Facebook has admitted to leaving the passwords of up to 600 million users readable to ...


Starting out on social media

With which social media websites should you sign up?

Which should you use?

Understanding acronyms

Drew shares commonly used text chat acronyms and what they mean.


Unfriend notifications on Facebook

Get notifications via email every time someone unfriends you on Facebook.

Track who unfriends you


Apple to stop Facebook tracking

Facebook’s ability to automatically track web users comes under attack.

Dead in its tracks

Keep your Facebook account secure

Follow our helpful hints on how to keep your Facebook account secure.

Stay safe online

Facebook implements ‘save’ feature

This new feature allows you to save links that you see on your Facebook to read later.

Find out how to use it.

Tutorials / How To

Blocking annoying relatives

Block social media comments and emails from a family member without offending them.

Activate these settings

Facebook cheat sheet

Waste your time more efficiently with our Facebook cheat sheet.

Time better spent

Take control of your Facebook feed

Are you sick of only seeing what Facebook wants you to see?

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