Access to online pornography needs a lasting solution. The government has merely offered up a quickie.
4chan, Reddit, and Twitter are rife with fake news about the catastrophe.
Even when the story is objectively wholesome and pure, YouTube’s algorithm will find a way to ruin it.
And that could have worrying implications for the free press.
Regulating “disinformation”, though a worthy aim, will prove contentious.
Predominantly run and used by teens, flop accounts have become a go-to source for kids to mock each other online.
The mass audience attracted by videos such as that of the Christchurch attack raises urgent and uncomfortable questions.
The social network makes MPs do their jobs differently: they commit to views more hastily, burn relationships and shun nuance.
Cultural Marxism is a long-standing meme popular among the alt-right. So how the hell did Suella Braverman end up saying it?
While not visible in mainstream internet spaces, dogpilling is a longstanding theory that is rapidly beginning to thrive.
In this social media age, the far right is one small community, united in purpose and action but merely fighting on different battlefields.