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Laurie Clarke is a reporter at New Statesman Tech.
Energy-guzzling data centres and supply chains mean our online lives leave a heavy environmental footprint.
The hyper-polarisation of discussions about how to handle the coronavirus pandemic risks stifling nuance and undermining scientific inquiry.
The Facebook CEO's newfound support for the revision of a key internet law has raised questions about his motives.
The notion that the contentious British firm played a pivotal role in the Trump and Brexit votes has become ever harder to maintain.
As the government refuses more requests for public records than ever before, information is becoming available only to those that can afford it.
The government is said to have instructed the exam regulator not to allow sharp rises in attainment.
The rise of US data nationalism and the decline of the open web.
There must be more to the future of the virtual office than video conferencing.
After one of the most high-profile cyber attacks in history, the social media company could suffer steep fines.
A dossier claiming that China orchestrated a campaign to enlist the support of British politicians was leaked last week, but who is behind it?