The social network makes MPs do their jobs differently: they commit to views more hastily, burn relationships and shun nuance.
All it knows is what you watch, and what other people who watched those things also watched.
Even where covered by GDPR legislation, Uber still holds back key information.
The mass audience attracted by videos such as that of the Christchurch attack raises urgent and uncomfortable questions.
Cultural Marxism is a long-standing meme popular among the alt-right. So how the hell did Suella Braverman end up saying it?
The pivot to launching tangible services for news, TV gaming and even credit is all very well, but the company will have a hard time escaping its reliance on hardware.
While not visible in mainstream internet spaces, dogpilling is a longstanding theory that is rapidly beginning to thrive.
We must address the fundamental economic problem: big companies are dangerous ones.
In this social media age, the far right is one small community, united in purpose and action but merely fighting on different battlefields.
It's no longer a luxury to understand the niche language of online radicalisation, but a necessity to prevent future attacks.
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.