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Little known osteopath in the spotlight as an anti-vaxx superspreader

Little known osteopath in the spotlight as an anti-vaxx superspreader

The internet-savvy entrepreneur who employs dozens has published more than 600 articles on Facebook that cast doubt on COVID-19 vaccines since the pandemic began.

  • by Sheera Frenkel

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The anti-vaxxer movement is much bigger than Facebook

The anti-vaxxer movement is much bigger than Facebook

Late last week President Joe Biden achieved something I’d thought impossible: He got me to feel bad for Mark Zuckerberg.

  • by Farhad Manjoo
‘It happens every year’: UK trolling ignites concerns about racist abuse of AFL, NRL players

‘It happens every year’: UK trolling ignites concerns about racist abuse of AFL, NRL players

As concerns flare about online racism in the UK, Australia’s eSafety commissioner says the issue remains a serious problem in Australia. But she is hopeful new powers to stop it will help.

  • by Chris Zappone
Facebook’s Zuckerberg wants to court influencers. It could be a tough sell

Facebook’s Zuckerberg wants to court influencers. It could be a tough sell

The social network is aiming to be a destination for creators and their viral memes. But TikTok and YouTube got there first.

  • by Mike Isaac and Taylor Lorenz
Biden turns up the heat on tech giants with sweeping overhaul

Biden turns up the heat on tech giants with sweeping overhaul

Biden’s sprawling executive order aims to curb the market power of America’s big businesses, in particular the likes of Apple and Amazon.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Privacy laws must change to protect kids from social media data harvesting

Privacy laws must change to protect kids from social media data harvesting

Contemporary talk about young people and consent focuses on sex. But consent also applies to information about children being gleened by their social media use.

  • by Judith Bessant and Rys Farthing
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Trump says he is suing Facebook, Twitter and Google, claiming censorship

Trump says he is suing Facebook, Twitter and Google, claiming censorship

The former US president said he was filing suits against three of the country’s biggest tech companies, claiming he had been wrongfully censored by them.

  • by Jill Colvin and Matt O'Brien
‘Connect to Country’: First Nations videos to be rolled out on Facebook, Instagram

‘Connect to Country’: First Nations videos to be rolled out on Facebook, Instagram

Users will be served videos about First Nations communities where they live in an initiative designed to boost awareness of Indigenous culture.

  • by Zoe Samios
Jab confusion: Genuine vaccination information mistaken for scams

Jab confusion: Genuine vaccination information mistaken for scams

Many COVID-19 vaccination “scams” reported by the public in fact prove to be genuine communications, but the ACCC still wants consumers to be vigilant.

  • by Matt Wade and Lucy Carroll
Big tech is gearing up for a massive fight with Modi’s India

Big tech is gearing up for a massive fight with Modi’s India

The stakes in India are particularly high for internet firms because - shut out of China - it’s the only billion-people market up for grabs.

  • by Saritha Rai and Vlad Savov
Facebook unveils ‘Bulletin,’ a newsletter subscription service

Facebook unveils ‘Bulletin,’ a newsletter subscription service

Facebook has launched a newsletter subscription service in an attempt to court influential writers to its platform as more creators branch out from traditional publications and go independent.

  • by Mike Isaac