Ben Tarnoff discusses his new book, which calls for a radical restructuring of the internet to address its harm to society.
People have been turning to the dating app to gather Russian intel and to spread awareness about the war.
Author Symeon Brown speaks to writer Diyora Shadijanova about his new book investigating the murky world of influencing.
While police claim that body cams increase accountability, the proliferation of the tech raises questions over who it really serves.
Invasive workplace surveillance has become a reality for many remote workers over the pandemic. Now, tech workers are unionising to lead the resistance.
An influx of visitors to the Kent coast is benefitting private landlords and lettings platform Airbnb, while local people are being forced out of their homes.
FinTok influencers say they want to help their peers, but are they just perpetuating a broken capitalist system?
Writer and researcher Amelia Horgan speaks to Phil Jones about his new book, which considers how a precarious form of labour carried out online is shaping the future of work and what it says about the state of global capitalism.
This week has seen protests led by IWGB against Uber over its ‘racially discriminatory’ face ID checks.
A group of young activists are hoping to expose and undermine the links between education and technology companies.
Increasingly, the super wealthy are capitalising on the NFT boom to support charitable causes – but who is really benefitting?
Internet users are attempting to take back power by messing with targeted ads. But just how effective are these tactics?