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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.
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.
As misinformation spreads through WhatsApp, remember journalists will always provide you with more reliable information than a forwarded message from your mum’s friend’s cousin.
On Twitter it's bigger than the Times or Good Morning Britain, but this news source has no reporters, no fact-checkers – and until now, its owner has never been named. Who is behind The Spectator Index?
In Going Dark, Julia Ebner goes undercover online to study the dynamics and tactics of far-right extremist networks.
While many wellness companies co-opt shaky science into a beauty trend, some are framing lymphatic drainage massage as a fundamental part of cancer treatment.
Society at large still has a playground mentality – niceness and kindness aren’t valued or rewarded.