Ben Tarnoff discusses his new book, which calls for a radical restructuring of the internet to address its harm to society.
As TikTok continues to transform book sales, Black BookTokers are calling for greater inclusivity both on the app and the publishing industry at large.
Police forces are increasingly using fingerprint scanners, with Black and minority ethnic communities more likely to be scanned.
The government is using an algorithm forcing disabled people into gruelling and invasive benefit fraud investigations.
With young people bearing the brunt of economic precarity, many are now turning to cash advance apps to get by.
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.
The hashtag #selfharm is censored on TikTok, but that hasn’t stopped users from speaking out about their experiences.
A new book celebrating the creative process behind Japan's animated cityscapes offers both architectural escapism and bold imaginings of a near future.
The residents of a place often left out of Silicon Valley narratives are building their own high-tech future.
Technology’s grip on our attention span is grinding us down. But writer Jenny Odell has come up with an alternative: a mindset where slowing down is the only way to survive.
Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones have mastered the art of depicting society at its most anxiety-inducing. But when it comes to the future, the pair aren’t ready to panic just yet.
Social media platforms keep guzzling our most personal data, with the promise it will be saved forever – but what if it was all lost?