In choreography, the gray areas of copyright law make it difficult to determine what constitutes copyright infringement or plagiarism.
Cancel culture has exploded due to social media’s amplifying powers, society’s deep divisions and difficulties redressing longstanding inequities.
America's public sphere is broken because propaganda has replaced political communication. How did we all become propagandists?
With COVID-19 surging and the state resisting a lockdown, Fijians turn to 'solesolevaki' — working together for a common cause — to fill the gaps.
In the 19th century, Baartman was dehumanized and mocked for her large posterior. So what does it mean when Black women today strive for 'Sarah Baartman hips'?
Australia's piecemeal approach to regulating hate speech online isn't working. The UK has introduced a possible better way forward.
The racist abuse of England's black players was predictable and easily monitored.
Researchers found the letters X, Y, and Z make tweets more shareable. The nonsensical result shows how easily statistics can be misused.
How social media services work – the nuts and bolts of interacting with others online – has the power to shape and improve online arguments. Here's how.
Social media has played a central role in the mobilisation of violent protests in Northern Ireland. Here's how to follow along responsibly.
The strong disapproval of the South African government’s handling of the pandemic is a warning that crafting persuasive pro-vaccine messages is not enough.
It's not just the drama that gets people to tune in every night
Facebook used to be a goldmine for news media companies. But since the tech giant changed its algorithm in 2018, news firms have drifted away from Facebook, particularly digital-native publications.
You're probably wrong about how much time you spend on your devices, and that has big implications for the link between device use and mental health.
Can post-secondary students be punished for social media posts, even those made off-campus?
Canadians are increasingly turning to private messaging apps where COVID-19 misinformation and conspiracy theories spread in an unregulated manner.
A wider understanding of cultural values will be crucial to the successful implementation of contact-tracing technology across the world.
To more effectively communicate about climate change online, follow these simple rules
Gardening provides a helpful metaphor to help us understand how individual and platform approaches to misinformation need to be accompanied by policy and cultural reforms.
Many scientists believe attention is the key to tackling fake news – and that a form of 'priming' can help.