Digital activism can be fruitful if it is followed up by practical and strategic offline actions.
Researchers found that students are being judged by their race and gender, not how well they do math.
Only a small percentage of women in rural areas have access to the Internet, so participation in online activism is limited to urban centres.
Research shows strong emotions are what drives oversharing online – but there are simple things you can do to keep your social media professional.
Social media ads are set to change under new content marketing regulations.
Explorer came at the dawn of the public internet. For millions of people, it will always be their first experience of the World Wide Web.
Online communities are increasingly reshaping the virtual spaces they call home. Their worlds are purpose built, but they are also fit for purpose.
People used social media to connect with others, but after the pandemic, social media is increasingly fractured. Users adopt closed media spaces where they feel safe to express personal values.
Dating on apps is the new reality, but do they really make dating easier? A Cape Town study finds Tinder complicates it further.
It appears that the rhythms of your brain waves get in sync with the speech patterns of the person you’re conversing with. Videoconferencing throws off that syncing process.
Parents who spy on their children’s online activity run the risk of doing more harm than good, an expert says.
Empowering older adults to become digital citizens will not only help them stay connected, but help them access essential services like housing.
IP addresses serve a similar function to postal addresses. Postal addresses allow our mail to circulate, while IP addresses allow network traffic to move around the internet.
Victoria’s Secret learned a lesson other leading fashion brands and the industry at large are coming to realize: diversity sells. But when it comes to disability, brands aren’t quite there yet.
Online abuse is often dismissed as “just online.” But the rise of QAnon and similar groups demonstrates the very real consequences of online speech.
As online retailers like Boohoo and ASOS mop up some of the biggest high street brands, shops are increasingly under threat.
The Irish retailer is one of the few high street fashion retailers without an online store.
While internet penetration is increasing in Nigeria, State Houses of Assembly have little or no online presence, this ought to change.
More than 70% of college students engage in some form of procrastination, research shows.
Twitter pile-ons, online celebrity bashing, or knee-jerk reactions are part of an increasingly toxic environment children are being exposed to that risks normalising hate.