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As the online encyclopedia turns 20, its founder reflects on the internet’s halcyon days.
Our international editor indentifies important global trends in the year ahead – and makes some predictions.
Twitter and Facebook's action against Donald Trump shows why the tech giants should no longer enjoy the privileges of being publishers without the responsibilities.
Why have the tech giants waited until now to curb the promotion of ideas that lead to violence?
The smartphone has made getting around a city safer, but at what cost to human experience?
Klarna has become one of the world's biggest fintech companies on the promise of fast, fearless online shopping, but its bubblegum-pink exterior is beginning to crack.
The “ethical” alternative to Amazon was lauded when it arrived in the UK in November. But a number of high street booksellers and independent publishers are sceptical.
After years of tracking our digital footprints, platforms are trying to free us from what we post. But with everything set to automatically disappear, we must begin to ask ourselves: who benefits most from a lack of accountability?
New Statesman analysis shows Donald Trump failed to win in key states where Joe Biden outspent him on social media.
Professional purveyors of falsehoods are now among America’s trusted lawmakers.
If you are instinctively shy or self-conscious, a video call is a uniquely awkward way to communicate.