James Ball is an award-winning freelance journalist who has previously worked at the Guardian and Buzzfeed. He tweets @jamesrbuk
There are periods of my life I associate with Ali. They’re often not the good ones, but he’s always been there when I needed him.
It’s not clear whether this technology is more dangerous if it works or if it doesn’t.
The dialogue they reveal does highlight the company’s toxic internal culture.
Recent revelations suggest close communication between the Trump team and Julian Assange, but there is plenty of other evidence of links between both them and Russia.
It is increasingly difficult to say with a straight face that Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg are fit to run a company with as much global power as Facebook.
It’s time to hit the panic button, people.
Fakery has been a proud internet tradition for years, why didn’t the social network think it could happen to its ad protections?
In his new book Should I Stay or Should I Go, James Ball answers the tricky questions posed by some of our most popular songs. Here are two of them.
Online data security is fundamentally broken, and the more we link accounts the worse it will get.