Economic pressures and social media are forcing the media to think twice about upsetting readers
Free speech: why editors can no longer publish and be damned
For a growing number of users and mental health experts, the positivity of Instagram is precisely the problem, with its relentless emphasis on promoting ‘perfect’ lifestyles. Should everyone just stop scrolling?
Apple spoke about minimising the threat of any more data breaches through the updated version of iOS.
Firm changes initial ad for ‘news credibility specialists’ to ‘news publisher specialists’
Plaintiffs claim social network’s ‘scraping’ of information including call recipients and duration violates privacy and competition law
A consensus says that something must be done with the all-powerful tech platforms. But how far do governments go?
In a submission to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission inquiry into the impact on media from digital platforms, Google says the internet has made news more diverse, specialised and accessible, and traditional media is adapting.
New portability tool will allow users to extract copy of own content posted on social network
The perfect @ identity is a must-have accessory for big companies and brand-conscious celebrities – at any cost
The CEO’s privacy is as vulnerable as ours, and the social network faces a regulation battle