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Sarah Manavis is the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer.
The Conservatives’ decision to disguise their account as “factcheckUK” was a gross subversion of democracy - but it could yet backfire on them.
One of Britain's most prominent voices on sexual health, Hannah Witton is normalising some of life's most awkward topics.
The implications of misunderstanding internet terminology go far beyond a minor misread.
For some the ability to self-reflect is a fun bit of exploration. But for others it's an opportunity for unrelenting self-improvement.
Twitter isn’t a political hellscape because of paid advertising, it’s a political hellscape because of its users.
Plastic surgery filters have become an unavoidable part of Instagram. But the ramifications of obsessively augmenting our faces are even more extreme than you might think.
Kate Eichorn’s new book The End of Forgetting fails to grasp the extent to which we are already haunted by our pasts.
People are attempting to optimise their days by scheduling in free time. But with time limits and cancellations, free time becomes a task to be achieved – and then is it really free?
We are all capable of Coleen's great heights.
Transparency: 0, your cheating boyfriend: 1.