Sarah Manavis is the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer.
A leaked proposal for an internet regulator has raised eyebrows, and fears, over concerns for free speech. But it should be welcomed.
The online movement has roots in neo-Nazism – and a violent edge worth taking seriously.
It’s become increasingly clear that tech companies are banning content to the detriment of their users, without understanding what they’re actually banning.
In an industry begging to be milked, Moocall is stepping in to turn farming digital.
It was heralded by data security experts as a much-needed, sweeping change. But some elements of GDPR, it appears, are beginning to cause problems.
The stereotype is heralded in the gaming community – often at the grim expense of the women they blame for their heartbreak.
Unqualified YouTubers are setting up stings on potential child predators online, creating a whole new grey area for the video-hosting platform.
No one can deny that tourist destinations are becoming overrun, but blaming “brand building” is a departure from reality.
With the popularity of poetry and fiction on social media, brands and digital outlets alike are creating “for digital” literature.
While traditional methods for locating new crematorium locations could take months to find just one, a new digital tool could find one anywhere in the UK in a matter of seconds.