The owner of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp unveiled its strongest growth in two years, but warned the economic outlook may hurt its sales.
- by James Titcomb
ASIC is going direct, to a cinema near you, with its warning on not getting burnt by social media investing.
- by John Collett
Forty-two US states are taking legal action against the social media giant harming young people’s mental health by knowingly designing features on its platforms that addict children.
- by Barbara Ortutay
Technology companies could face fines of up to 10 per cent of their revenue and have their CEOs imprisoned under new UK laws.
- by Latika Bourke
It was social media envy that first drove Alex Lykos to quit his phone. But laying it down for a month raised much bigger issues for the filmmaker.
- by Karl Quinn
You might be seeing violent, abhorrent videos in your social media feeds from Israel and Gaza. Here’s how to change the settings in many apps to make sure videos only play if you choose and apply warnings to graphic images.
- by Shira Ovide
If you dress your child like an overpriced Scandinavian sack of potatoes and style their room like a tatami room, according to the trend, their behaviour will be just as serene.
- by Shona Hendley
The former Facebook employee, in Australia for South by Southwest, says online platforms invested heavily in safety after her disclosures, only to wind them back.
- by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
‘Very concerned’: Influential senator David Pocock raises free speech objections to misinformation bill
The ACT independent senator said he could not support Labor’s proposed misinformation laws in their current form, and urged government to address the free speech concerns raised by legal experts.
- by Lisa Visentin
Apparently, most men think about the Roman Empire all the time. Women have their own dream worlds they enjoy dipping into.
- by Katy Hall
Can Australians still politely disagree with one another, or have we lost an agreed set of facts?
- by James Massola