The powerful lesson of a 5-year-old harassment campaign: how to wage a post-truth information war
Businesses wanting to actively engage with their Facebook followers could benefit from using humour and questions in their posts.
Why take it to lengths it doesn’t need to go?
And How Horoscopes Hack Our Brains
Tim Kreider is a writer and cartoonist.
Festival season is on and kicking with millions of tweets and Instagram posts at “places to be seen”. Each year, 52% of the U.S…
I have wasted a total of 0 hours and 0 minutes on my phone this year.
Cybersecurity hacking of platforms is a “trust war”.
Facebook and Twitter have made progress since 2016, but attackers still have the advantage
The company has decided to sue someone who had allegedly weaponized its copyright system for extortion
When no one will listen to your impassioned pleas, the next best thing is to make a funny video containing your concerns go viral