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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.
The US president’s daughter has confirmed that she, in common with others on the political fringes, denies widely accepted truths about society.
The YouTube channel has achieved daily viewing figures of up to a million by attracting harried parents.
We have become more used to seeing others through screens and software, but we are embodied beings and digital communication can feel lacking. What effect will this have on us?
A simple page of statistics, compiled in a couple of days, has become one of the most widely cited sources of information in the world, with even the UK government quoting its figures. But who is behind the site, and is its data accurate?
Councillors and Scottish politicians are the subject of a misinformation campaign by the Epoch Times, a website the New York Times has called “one of the most mysterious fixtures of the pro-Trump media universe”.
People are flocking to the dog-lending service to find part-time pets.
As hospitals fight coronavirus, is our healthcare system more vulnerable to the demands of cyber criminals?
While we laugh at the demise of wealthy Airbnb landlords, the sharing economy's precariousness will hurt low-paid workers more than anyone else.
In a new age of lockdowns, the US video platform has become this year’s most useful social tool.
As an authority on Online Weird Stuff, I wanted to recommend some lesser-known channels that delight and distract me.