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Wireless networks are not causing coronavirus. But A-listers and reality stars alike are trying to convince the public that they are.
Stepping back and taking time to consider the media we consume could help to slow the spread of misinformation about the pandemic.
Video-calling app Houseparty has shot up in popularity during the pandemic. But now the company is being dogged by hacking smears and has offered a reward for information.
On popular forums like 4chan and Reddit, involuntary celibates are flocking to rejoice at people forced to live sexless lives – like them.
Though widely applauded as a hub to organise local initiatives, the social media platform has also become riddled with false information and bogus science about the pandemic.
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?
For the first time ever, people who spent their childhoods on the internet are now working-age adults – and their old digital habits could help them ahead of a possible national lockdown.
In Going Dark, Julia Ebner goes undercover online to study the dynamics and tactics of far-right extremist networks.
TikTok has become a hotbed of political debate, social issue advocacy and policy arguments – and most recently, a battleground for the abortion debate in the US
By falsely claiming to have tested positive for the disease, teens across the video app are going viral and gaining thousands of new followers.