While a report shows online behavior is getting better, it uncovers a worrying theme: internet harassers often aren’t strangers.
In just 30 years the web has become part of everyday life for millions. But how much do you know about it, and how certain are you of its future?
The best solution to stop the spread false political news stories and misinformation could be crowdsourcing.
The public sector could learn from the principles developed in the software industry and turn over more policy to crowdsourcing.
Ookla's state of the internet report shows mobile and broadband are accelerating around the world, although not every country is keeping pace.
Many issues surrounding digitalization are addressed by institutions founded in the 19th and 20th centuries. 2019 should herald a new era of updated, strengthened digital cooperation that...
The tech industry is waking up to the social risks that come with rapid innovation
Policymakers must keep up with the impact of digital technologies in their back yards
When it comes to synthetic media that uses AI to recreate a voice or a face with life-like and threatening subtlety, we need to adopt a pragmatic approach.
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee has warned of a widening digital divide and urged action to connect the millions of people with no access to the internet.
As Asia's digital presence grows at an exponential rate, policy-makers must create new opportunities for those wishing to connect.
Social networks have taught us to think in extremes - but we need to be more nuanced when it comes to policing content.
Cuba’s government said it provided free internet to the Communist-run island’s more than 5 million cellphone users on Tuesday, in an eight-hour test before it launches sales of the service.
What if they asked how their core technology could be used in the public interest?
Infrastructure, such as undersea cables, that is vital for global connectivity is likely to be at risk from rising sea levels, according to a new study.