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‘No grey areas’: experts urge Facebook to change moderation policies

Facebook’s ethical standards should not be decided “behind closed doors”, the former chair of an influential parliamentary committee has said after the Guardian revealed the social media giant’s secret rules for moderating extreme content.

VIDEOS WE LOVE: The Vendor Client Relationship

I want the highlights, but I can only pay for the trim.

Top Instagram Users // April 2017

Once again Selena reigns supreme, proving that quality over quantity works on social.

Tim Berners-Lee: selling private citizens’ browsing data is ‘disgusting’

As the world wide web creator accepts the prestigious Turing award, he talks to Sam Thielman about the US Congress’s rollback of privacy rules and fake news

Revealed: the more time that children chat on social media, the less happy they feel

Study shows using Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp can have an adverse effect on self-esteem

Journalism faces a crisis worldwide – we might be entering a new dark age

Almost anyone can use the worldwide web to be a media outlet, so how will we differentiate between truth, myth and lies?

Music industry goes to war with YouTube

Record labels are angry about the relatively small fees the platform pays for music videos compared with streaming services

8 Tips for Avoiding Technology Disruption in Your Workplace

Reliable technology plays a vital role in business and even the most minor disturbances can be detrimental to the workplace. Not to mention the downtime, money and frustration that goes with it.

How Uber conquers a city in seven steps

A new website, ‘Why everyone hates Uber’, argues that the company uses controversial tactics to bulldoze its way to domination – one city at a time

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