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An American conspiracy theory popular with Donald Trump supporters has spread to Britain, radicalising level-headed people and turning them into fantasists.
For nearly a decade, Twitch has been a place to watch people play video games, but the pandemic has made it into a hub for music, comedy and conversation.
Sex workers brought tens of millions of people to the subscriber-only social network. Now they say it’s dumping them in favour of celebrities.
Individuals will be the main line of defence against online misinformation.
One of the few certainties of our time is that digital platforms will continue to thrive. The only question is quite how far their logic will penetrate our lives.
In place of private enclosure and wealth extraction, the time has come for universal access and connectivity.
Military intervention would turn most Belarusians against their larger neighbour – but the Kremlin could decide intervention to prop up its closest ally is worth the risk.
Since lockdown began, 25 per cent of girls under 18 say they experienced at least one form of abuse or sexual harassment online. The New Statesman asks teenagers what really happens when they log on.
The imperative to act on energy efficiency means decisions about 5G must be based on facts, not fiction.
After one of the most high-profile cyber attacks in history, the social media company could suffer steep fines.
A dossier claiming that China orchestrated a campaign to enlist the support of British politicians was leaked last week, but who is behind it?