While not visible in mainstream internet spaces, dogpilling is a longstanding theory that is rapidly beginning to thrive.
It has been illegal to advertise cancer treatments since 1939, yet videos on verified channels promote cures such as baking soda and juicing, with claims that all cancers can be cured in weeks – some in just minutes.
Jeff Bezos is a terrible human being. But does that mean he can’t take a dick pic?
Once a behaviour reserved for “weirdos” on Reddit and Tumblr, the alt account has now become a staple for internet users on essentially every platform. But anonymity can be a double-edged sword.
Experts taking big tech money should beware getting gagged.
The Bird Box Challenge is part of a wider trend towards dangerous internet challenges. YouTube is, belatedly, taking steps to prevent them.
The short answer: literally nobody knows.
A seemingly obscure app is about to become a social media household name.
Correlation does not equal causation when it comes to screen time.
Netflix’s Twitter account suggests the streaming service may be marketing itself through disingenuous means.
Facebook’s essential facility is unclear – is it a social network; a publisher of video, text, pictures and games; a communications service; or an advertising agency?