We investigate how TikTok and WeChat are the newest social media platforms being used by politicians.
Artists and fans are more connected online than ever before, but this might actually be impacting music.
Just because someone is on gay dating app Grindr, doesn’t mean they want unsolicited explicit pics.
A Curtin mathematician has received $1 million to research misinformation.
A High Court ruling on social media comment liability has significant ramifications for all publishers, not just media organisations.
Social media activism is on the rise, but experts say there are downsides to relying on problematic platforms for our sense of social justice.
Experts are pushing to expose the misconceptions social media has created surrounding online sex work.
It’s exploded since COVID, but experts are warning about the addictive problems from too much TikTok.
The Black Lives Matter movement has shown how a hashtag can start a social revolution.
Experts and former consultants warn online marketing work can be costly and cult-like.
What does social media mean for the public sphere and democracy?
Social media influencers are shaping who we blame for COVID-19.
Australians are finding other ways to remember those who have fought for this country this ANZAC Day.
Young people feel guilty about ‘wasting their time’ with social media or video games, but they’re still doing it.
The rise of artificial intelligence means you could already be living in a simulation.
It’s now easier than ever for your community to frame you for a crime you didn’t commit.
Most young people prefer communicating online instead of face-to-face or the phone, but there may be a price to be paid when it comes to a career.