It's no longer a luxury to understand the niche language of online radicalisation, but a necessity to prevent future attacks.
I am not going to stop talking about this. But I will not engage with liars and bullies.
In this social media age, the far right is one small community, united in purpose and action but merely fighting on different battlefields.
There are things I’ve written that no longer exist, the sites that published them now defunct, and the original documents trapped on some ancient hard drive.
The short answer is: probably not.
The parody character is aimed at those who claim “you can’t say anything anymore”, while their opinions are constantly repeated on TV and in the papers.
You are a 29-year-old male? Buy these trainers! You are a 29-year-old woman? Download this dating app for “older women”!
In an era of profound suspicion towards party bureaucracies, digital media has delivered a new type of politician.
While the pessimism around Facebook’s big announcement is justified, it’s worth being hopeful for the success of this platform overhaul.
Actively maintaining health and treating illnesses as early as possible are among the most significant goals in modern healthcare, and technology has a significant role to play in this transformation.
Facebook’s comment section is home to an overwhelming number of people who are absolutely adamant that they will never die.
Despite the dangers of the “Momo Challenge” being widely debunked, the media will flock to wherever the big clicks lie.