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