Could the WWE's grip on professional wrestling be weakening?
Tech companies are beginning to recognise that there is an ethical dimension to their work, and that they have some responsibility for the well-being of their users.
What's behind Facebook's decision to cut down on news content in people's newsfeeds?
Social media can act like an online CV, so be careful what you share.
Emmanuel Macron is the latest to talk about reining in fake news. It can't be done.
Footballers and other sports stars are the giants of social media, amassing millions of followers. But does it provide value for money and will the relationship last?
Facebook is unwittingly helping fuel a genocide against the Rohingya people in Myanmar. Does Cuba’s internet model provide lessons to manage social media amid political chaos?
Social media companies arose from libertarian, free-market origins but must embrace social benefits and democracy to survive.
Much like the fictitious Victor Frankenstein in Mary Shelley's novel, more and more scientists are running away from their real-life creations.
China's most popular social media app WeChat is on the rise in Australia thanks to demand from Chinese students and tourists. Here's what you need to know if you plan to use it.
Across Africa, mainstream media have traditionally been the unrivalled custodians and originators of the public agenda. But this year social media took over as a new regime of information.
Many parents are fearful about their children being online. Messaging services for children could help both kids and parents learn how to communicate safely and respectfully in the digital space.
We often hear reports of the effect of social media on teens' mental health. So what does the science say about it?
Citizens should be free to criticize government authorities on social media platforms, and muzzling such criticism may well be unconstitutional.
Parents should ask their teens to show them how they use social media and how it works so they can have conversations about what the risks are and how to reduce them.
Don't want to become a social network addict? Start by working out what your vulnerabilities are.
The combination of a divisive political climate and widespread use of social media networks to share controversial material has many people asking this question. Here's what Aristotle would say.
The 'bikini bridge' may have been a hoax, but its damage to women's body image was real, demonstrating yet again the disturbing set of pressures social media places on young women.,
Many are calling for government to step in to stop bots and the spread of fake news on sites like Facebook and Twitter. A media expert explains why this is a slippery slope.
Social media is making it easier than ever to measure your perceived popularity against your peers in ways that damage are well-being.