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Twitter – commonly referred to as “the hellsite” – has the smallest userbase of the social media giants. With so few people using it, and so many complaints, why do we find it impossible to leave?
In the five decades since Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon, our philosophical reasons for going into outer space haven’t become any clearer.
The feature could create a drastically different social media landscape – but influencers may suffer.
In his first print interview since joining Facebook, the former Liberal Democrat leader discusses Boris Johnson, working with Mark Zuckerberg and the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Digital larping has become an increasingly popular form of escapism for millennials and Generation Z.
Sixty five years after Turing's death, his scientific gift to the world is still being unwrapped.
With every incident that goes unchecked, the arguments in favour of regulating social media become stronger.
After nearly a decade of austerity, councils are turning to algorithms to predict the health, income and behaviour of their constituents.
Sophisticated hackers and unprecedented data collection are only some of the challenges that Britain’s intelligence service will face in the next 100 years.
You have nothing to fear but ecological destruction and also fear itself, writes climate researcher Dr Kate Marvel.
Does your crush notice you wearing that same outfit the whole time?