Julia Carrie Wong

‘It might work too well’: the dark art of political advertising online

Digital campaigns have evolved from banner ads 20 years ago to Cambridge Analytica harvesting our Facebook data. Has the rise of micro-targeting become a threat to democracy?

Facebook ending News Feed experiment condemned as ‘Orwellian’

Company announces end to trial in which professional news posts were removed from users’ feeds in six countries

Uber accused of ‘calculated theft’ of Google’s self-driving car technology

Alphabet-owned company Waymo says former employee Anthony Levandowski stole secrets before founding Otto, Uber’s self-driving truck brand

What is Kik and should your child be using it?

Company claims as many as 40% of US teens are on the chat app – but after a series of scares, online safety groups urge caution