In Facebook leaks, whistleblower Frances Haugen accused the company of putting its astronomical profits before the safety of its users.
The barrage of stories criticising Facebook will no longer be met with an apology from Mark Zuckerberg, after an alleged internal strategy change.
Leaked documents reveal Facebook has known Instagram contributes to poor teen mental health for some years, despite public denials.
Up to a third of all women report being harassed online by cyberflashing (being sent unsolicited nude images). Why isn’t it illegal?
Facebook’s Oversight Board is an attempt to self-moderate content on the platform, without bowing to external regulation. But is it working?
Social media and mental health issues will not be alleviated by Instagram hiding ‘likes’, much though Facebook might want us to think that.
The ‘factory floor’ of Big Tech are the forgotten workers behind our shiny apps; the Facebook content moderators, the Amazon warehouse workers…
Handwriting on paper may be better for our brains than typing on a screen and also help us recall information better. Who knew?
Google announced plans to stop selling targeted ads based on users’ browser history, a move it claims is a response to user privacy concerns.