A new study shows we’re losing trust in government, but some countries are bucking this trend.
Africans are increasingly challenging corrupt governments, exposing rigged elections, and demanding to be heard.
Experts are evenly split on whether the coming decade will see a reduction in false and misleading narratives online.
A new study has uncovered a connection between changes in temperature and voting behavior in the United States of America.
In an increasingly connected world, many people can’t imagine life without the internet.
It sets us apart from the animals, and it will underpin the future of the internet.
A former Google data scientist talks about what properly analyzed big data can reveal about our political views, our health, our biases and more.
Internet giants such as Amazon and Netflix have joined a day of protest against the Trump administration's plan to relax the rules that govern how the internet is run.
Digital technology could boost voter participation, but it comes with risks.
Using only tools already on smartphones, including the compass, engineers have created an app to stop voice hacking.
Attack is the best form of defence.
A new study suggests that concerns about fake news, echo chambers and filter bubbles were overstated, if not wrong.
Digital technology is a defining feature of modern life. In 2016, there were 3.4 billion internet users and 3.8 billion unique mobile users. On average, people spend six hours a day online.
The dark web offers criminals a platform, but it also guarantees anonymity and security for individuals to exercise their free speech rights.
Here's how citizens can protect themselves online now that the US government has passed a bill that abolishes internet privacy rules.