With all of the social media noise about the “fake news” epidemic and the “Russian hack” hoax, many in the tech industry are wondering whether the internet is actually an enemy to their businesses.

Here’s a primer on how the internet and social media are intertwined.

The Rise of Social MediaThe term “social media” is a marketing term used to describe the sharing of information online.

For example, Facebook posts about weather and sports are generally called “Facebook posts.”

Other online services like Twitter, Google+, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest are often called “Twitter posts.”

The internet was born in the 1990s, when social media sites began offering online communities for groups of people to share their news, opinions, and experiences.

Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter helped establish the first digital communities, and by the early 2000s, social media had become a ubiquitous way to interact online.

Today, social networking sites like LinkedIn, Twitter and Pinterest continue to help users share information, and many new platforms are being created to connect people with people who share similar interests and interests.

At the same time, new technologies like chatbots and artificial intelligence (AI) are enabling new forms of social interaction.

In fact, social technology has changed the way we interact with each other so much that it’s hard to know what to do with the information we have.

A Social Media StrategyGuide to the new social media trend, which has a big impact on business and government, and why you should understand it, is the second part of a three-part series.

This story was originally published on October 12, 2018.

It was updated on October 13, 2018 to reflect new information.