The power of “meme magic” is changing the world as we know it.
Users of the anonymous forum are targeting Google after the company introduced a programme for censoring abusive language.
The digital revolution has had two profound effects on how power is distributed – both of which squeeze the state's power.
On the pop culture podcast this week: BBC sitcom pilot Motherland, Isabel Greenberg’s new graphic novel and Buzzfeed’s video series “Ladylike”.
New research reveals what our cousins on the continent really think of us.
Fake political news is on the rise – and reveals the power that social media has over our choices.
Fans and creators have taken to social media to proclaim that YouTube is dead, but are their fears justified?
Jeremy Corbyn has claimed his campaign's use of technology would be the "path to victory" in 2020. But can emojis play a meaningful part?
The Labour leader has promised to “democratise the internet” but which parts of his manifesto would actually work?
Back in the Nineties, many experts didn't think the internet would live to see its first, let alone 25th, Internaut Day.
Videos that play automatically are now ubiquitous across social media, but the format leaves many viewers vulnerable to harm and distress.
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