Ben Tarnoff discusses his new book, which calls for a radical restructuring of the internet to address its harm to society.
Platforms connecting people for paid friendship have been on the rise during lockdown – but is the service being used for the right reasons?
After emerging as a powerful force for social justice during the BLM protests last summer, K-pop fans are now mobilising around another urgent human rights issue: Palestinian liberation.
After being kicked off Reddit, femcels are the latest banned community to build their own platform. They claim to just want somewhere to speak free from harassment – but some experts question whether the site will descend into toxicity.
As the pandemic leaves people feeling scared and vulnerable, Reddit users are seeking out stand-in mothers for advice, love and comfort – but some experts suggest it might not always be the healthiest coping strategy.
‘Exmos’ are flocking to TikTok to share their stories of leaving the LDS Church and building supportive communities which are helping them to heal.
Young Americans say the Capitol riots mirrored school shootings. Now, TikTok is offering a space for them to process their trauma.
Director Matt Wolf speaks to Huck about his documentary on the elusive Marion Stokes, a radical who recorded over 70,000 tapes worth of TV news.
The Caroline Calloway story shows that young women are being forced to plunder their personal lives for content. It’s time we broke the pattern, argues Dawn Foster.
From Beyonce’s Beyhive to Rihanna’s Navy: the world of online fandom has become both impressive and extreme.
Liza Mandelup’s new documentary, Jawline, follows 16-year-old Austyn as he tries to carve out a career as an influencer.
Modern work-culture has given rise to an unfortunate phenomenon: the Out Of Office message. Here’s why we need to start reclaiming our downtime.