Social media is created by savvy designers who often exploit human biases, but there is mounting evidence that too much screen-time is doing us, and our children, real damage.
- by Andrew Leigh and Nick Terrell
Authorities say Facebook videos and Whatsapp messages played a pivotal role in inciting the murder of teacher Samuel Paty.
- by Nicolas Garriga
Social media is not going anywhere. We need to learn how to live with it. And we need to teach our children how to live with it too.
- by The Herald's View
Influential technology critic Tristan Harris wants more regulation of the big technology companies and says Australia's push to charge publishers to fund journalism has application on a global scale.
- by Cara Waters
The American app has the backing of Donald Trump Jr. and has recruited a host of big name stars from its better known rival.
- by Nick Bonyhady
After watching "The Social Dilemma", I deleted the Facebook app from my phone.
- by Cara Waters
The US President's superpower is dragging everyone into the gutter. But are Americans ghoulish for allowing themselves even the slightest pleasure in his virus misfortune?
- by Amelia Lester
Decisions about Donald Trump's Facebook posts, including the President's claims that the coronavirus was less deadly than the flu, are taken at the highest level of the company.
The tech giants have restricted access to a New York Post story purportedly based on emails between Joe Biden's son Hunter and Ukrainian business associates.
- by Matthew Knott
Real social media accounts are sharing false claims of voter fraud, misleading photos of ballots dumped in rubbish and stoking fears of violence on Election Day,
- by Amanda Seitz