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Sarah Manavis is the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer.
Look beyond radicalisation – Muslims are creatively using the web to allow their faith to flourish.
After feeling overwhelmed by inescapable reminders of their deceased relatives, two Instagrammers built a movement to make space for people to grieve.
We need to talk about social media and reporting.
An American, gender-swapped Peep Show remake is officially in the works. But what women need is new stories, not bastardised versions of their beloved ones.
In a world where journalists conflate tweets with news, it's easy to obscure what is genuinely newsworthy.
Her explicit Twitter threads have made Dami Olonisakin the UK’s loudest megaphone for women’s sexual rights.
The video-sharing app TikTok is known for its Gen-Z userbase – but meme-ing moms are now becoming some of the app’s most popular creators.
The James Charles-Tati Westbrook drama was this week's biggest celebrity story. And whether or not you've heard of it, it's a symbol of what celebrity gossip fodder will soon be made of.
“Something happened that I don’t think anyone would have predicted.”
Twitter has admitted it allows white supremacists to run rampant on its platform in order to avoid an angry response from, well, white supremacists.