Amelia Tait is a technology and digital culture writer at the New Statesman.
Memo to aspirant world leaders: eating in public is a political minefield.
Many people text dead loved ones to cope with their grief – but trouble arises when they get an unexpected reply.
Despite endless headlines and media scrutiny, catchphrases such as "it was a social experiment" and "block the haters" have allowed YouTube's dangerous pranking culture to continue unregulated.
On Easter Sunday, a man now dubbed the “Facebook killer” shot and killed a grandfather before uploading footage of the murder to the social network.
Step one: remove the app on your phone which takes up the most time.
What happens after #DeleteUber, #BoycottUnited, and #DumpKelloggs stop trending?
Many users claim to hate social networks like Facebook and Twitter, yet they never leave the sites. Why?
What is behind the #PuppetWave?
When Kim Kardashian promotes a detox tea on social media, you know not to trust that her recommendation is authentic. But what happens when your best mate from primary school starts doing the same?
Twenty years ago, Labour won a landslide on a tide of optimism. Where did it all go wrong?
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