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Many organizations and public figures used social media to offer condolences after the terrorist attacks in Paris. Digital platforms afforded users ways to express their grief.
11/18/2015 2:46:01 PM
Government officials and citizens across the globe spread information, offered assistance and stood in unity after terrorists attacked the French capital on Friday night.
11/17/2015 2:48:13 PM
Thousands of Twitter users lashed out at the brand account and through a hashtag after the carrier tweeted what seemed to many an automated response.
11/16/2015 2:46:03 PM
The Victorian Taxi Association’s hashtag campaign to improve its image backfired. Here’s how social media managers can avoid the same fate.
11/12/2015 2:47:00 PM
Though the social platform's chief exec told his staff in a letter that he would "tell it to [them] straight," the company was criticized for the way it handled the situation.
10/16/2015 1:45:29 PM
According to a Boston.com report, the social media giant claimed the student, Aran Khanna, violated its user agreement by developing an app that tracks Facebook Messenger users’ movements.
8/14/2015 1:48:27 PM
The news organization stated that the messages were sent during ‘a technical rehearsal for an obituary.’ Other news sources that picked up the stories had to issue retractions, too.
6/4/2015 1:49:32 PM
The team temporarily suspended the feature, citing a 'backlog that is growing very fast.'
5/14/2015 1:45:38 PM
The company’s executive complained he was bored at work, but what he thought were private communications ended up bringing heavy public criticism.
4/8/2015 1:46:56 PM
When Twitter critics called the company out for evoking a history of race-related violence, it threatened legal action.
2/20/2015 2:48:42 PM
The soda maker had to end its promotion that turned words into art after Gawker choked it with quotes from Adolf Hitler's 'Mein Kampf.'
2/6/2015 2:53:24 PM
Though online fires are common, PR and marketing pros can quell the flames with the following tips.
2/4/2015 2:51:13 PM
The PR Daily Awards remain our most popular program. Nearly 350 entries from around the world were submitted last year. It's back this year and ready for your very best.
1/26/2015 2:53:14 PM
The popular Easter treat will no longer use Dairy Milk for its chocolate shell, a decision that met with immediate consumer anger.
1/15/2015 2:47:59 PM
The New York Times ' editor called a professor who criticized an editorial decision an 'a--hole' and many commenters took issue with anti-Muslim comments from Rupert Murdoch. (NSFW language)
1/14/2015 2:46:51 PM