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Many businesses are responding to the threat of COVID-19 by asking employees to work from home - yet your house can be full of distractions.
While the internet is an important link to the outside world for many millions living in COVID-19 lockdown, entire households being online at the same time can put pressure on Wi-Fi conne...
Deepfakes and other image manipulation techniques are eroding trust - but by verifying images' provenance, we can identify what is authentic. Here's how it works.
As sports events are cancelled across the globe, e-sports are helping fill the gap.
With the coronavirus pandemic forcing businesses to shut doors or have employees work from home, social media giants are following suit. So what does this mean for content moderation?
As habits change, the impacts of the outbreak could have far-reaching effects on the media, sports and entertainment industries.
The WHO has issued guidelines for coverage of the Coronavirus outbreak, urging media to avoid language that can stigmatize people with the disease and to stick to scientific facts.
The US movie industry still gets all the limelight – but there are buzzing production hubs around the globe.
The way the British press has demonized Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is part of a classic pattern of scapegoating women, says classicist Mary Beard.
With quality journalism and education for the public, global news media can raise awareness of the SDGs.
The digital media revolution has been transformative, but it has a dark side, too. It's time to create a safe and accountable media supply chain that works for customers and businesses.
The challenge that all new technologies pose is not that they create too few jobs, but rather that too few workers have the skills to fill them.
Video games can connect people of all backgrounds and beliefs. Their ability to build community could make them a larger force for social good.
Nearly half of video games include in-game purchase options, fuelling a spending spree on virtual goods and a debate on what property rights are held over the digital assets
A new guide from the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania highlights five core elements of a robust democracy: empowering citizens, fair processes, respon...