Networking is important for career growth but not everyone loves it.
Roughly two-thirds of those age 65 and older now go online and a record number now own smartphones.
The spread of false information has always been with us, but it is something we face every day in the digital age. At the core of the problem of misinformation is confirmation bias – we t...
Using technology to counteract computational propaganda may be our only hope to preserve democracy as we know it. And Macron’s campaign is a prime example of that.
A new study suggests that concerns about fake news, echo chambers and filter bubbles were overstated, if not wrong.
As the number of monthly active users approaches 2 billion, here’s a timeline of Facebook’s incredible journey, starting in a Harvard dorm room.
Governments must stop silencing young activists and instead work with them to respond to human rights issues. The key question is - how?
New research has evaluated the influence of using emojis as a password instead of digits.
Around the world, tech firms are using deep learning in an effort to take violent videos down from social media as quickly as possible.
Think before you post: studies find that employers are watching you online - and around a fifth of them have fired for what they've found.
Research suggests that not everyone in advanced economies is using social media.
New research has found that Facebook and Twitter don't seem to have an influence on entrenching people's political views.
At F8, Facebook has revealed more details about their plans for brain-computer interfaces that allow users to type using thoughts alone, as well as a concept allowing people to hear throu...
The fingerprint-based security systems on phones and other electronic devices may be more vulnerable than previously thought, according to new research.
Research looks at how online echo chambers develop - and the demographics of those most susceptible.