If people want to receive all their news from a single feed that reinforces their beliefs, there is little that can be done.
A look back at the worst new inventions of the last year.
Can social media giants really implement the health secretary’s sexting suggestions?
What are YouTube Poops and why do we need them now, more than ever?
Privacy and security experts warn against the lesser-scrutinised Part 5 of the Digital Economy Bill, claiming bulk data sharing could be vulnerable to hacks.
Criticism of David Attenborough’s latest nature series is at odds with the enhanced authenticity of how we record our own lives on social media.
Even those who don’t frequent “the front page of the internet” should worry about the implications of this act.
Podcast promotions and ubiquitous advertising suggests there’s been a boom in the mattress market. Why?
How the Digital Economy Bill will infringe on our freedoms – and how to stop it.
Are social media challenges the new propaganda poster?
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