Amelia Tait is a technology and digital culture writer at the New Statesman.
Is Donald Trump (up, up, down, down, left) right?
Will a twist find the left embracing the show, or is it the anti-SJW screed the right wing have been waiting for?
YouTube videos have blurred the line between advertising and entertaining for over a decade. How could this affect young audiences?
“As teenagers, we know how to use social media and we know how to take advantage of it.”
As “deep fakes” raise concerns, everyone needs to equip themselves with the knowledge to spot a fraudulent video.
Users confess how they get around Instagram’s “Seen by” feature.
“I just think she wrote many beautiful things in Harry Potter, but she doesn’t live up to them in real life.”
Who is @stormijenner? And what do they want?
In a world that demands memes from all national events, any child in a public place is now vulnerable to online shaming.