Amelia Tait is a technology and digital culture writer at the New Statesman.
A new app allows users to forgo carrying their ID by scanning their face with a phone.
In Strava’s global heatmap, shared online this week, US soldiers can seemingly be seen jogging around secret military facilities in Syria and Afghanistan.
The collective frenzy around the Tide Pod Challenge reveals more about our society than the tens of teens who actually ate laundry detergent.
The digital landscape is giving grown adults a taste for cruelty.
Over the last few years, certain names have become the butt of online jokes.
Does the 45th president weigh more than the official White House doctor claims? And are some on the left discrediting themselves in trying to prove this?
The psychology behind your inbox of red flags.
What happens when 20,000 strangers brand you a liar?
An echo chamber of hate is being created as the far-right flee Facebook and Twitter.
For centuries, women have relied on each other for warnings about sexually abusive men. Is there a safe and secure way to spread these warnings online?