Children need to know they can talk to adults about problems online – and a ban may affect this.
An expert on social media explains how she proved she was being shadow banned – and how you can too.
Fan communities existed long before the internet, but the proliferation of online platforms changed the ways in which they connect and participate.
You can free yourself from some of the time you spend online in as little as four weeks.
The caption may say that only scientists and trained professionals should handle wild animals, but viewers remember the image, not the words.
A wave of horror content is popping up across TikTok, carrying on a legacy that began on YouTube.
There are no vitamin patches listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods and there’s not enough evidence to show they work better than tablets.
Our study found that parasocial relationships can turn sour, with love and adoration replaced by feelings of hostility and even hatred.
As many as 204 million Indonesians are registered to vote in what will be the world’s largest single-day election in 2024.
The complex task of tackling online terror needs human eyes as well as artificial intelligence.
The virality of Elmo’s X post showcases how fictional characters are turning into influencers.
Youtube ads are money well spent – but smart campaigns will also target Twitch and Mumsnet.
Language has been dubbed “the covert operations of war”, such is the power it holds in shaping public opinion. Here’s what we found about the way Australian media has been framing the conflict.
Future generations may not be able to access the digital artefacts we create today.
As legislators rail against social media companies, the companies continue to put millions of young people at risk. Here’s how − and what can be done about it.
Social media companies have come under intense pressure to do more to protect teens, but there’s another concern – they could go too far.
Curating their own social media accounts can help teenagers build their identities.
The growing absence of non-digital alternatives to everyday tasks, like government services and health care, is contributing to digital dependence. This, in turn, affects people’s wellbeing.
Tailoring crisis communications strategies across the phases of the disaster management cycle is a more successful approach and can help co-ordinate disaster responses.
Post-traumatic stress disorder can’t be diagnosed over social media.