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Sarah Manavis is the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer.
Once synonymous with tech bros looking to "bio-hack" their bodies, meal replacements like Huel and Soylent are increasingly popular amongst women and non-binary people.
Access to online pornography needs a lasting solution. The government has merely offered up a quickie.
4chan, Reddit, and Twitter are rife with fake news about the catastrophe.
Even when the story is objectively wholesome and pure, YouTube’s algorithm will find a way to ruin it.
From keto to fasting to 5:2 to hundreds of supplements, the tech world's food “bio-hacking” is just another word for disordered eating.
Billboard’s removal of Lil Nas X’s country-rap fusion “Old Town Road” from its country charts was heavily criticised. But the rapper’s having the last laugh.
Predominantly run and used by teens, flop accounts have become a go-to source for kids to mock each other online.
Cultural Marxism is a long-standing meme popular among the alt-right. So how the hell did Suella Braverman end up saying it?
While not visible in mainstream internet spaces, dogpilling is a longstanding theory that is rapidly beginning to thrive.
It's no longer a luxury to understand the niche language of online radicalisation, but a necessity to prevent future attacks.