The internet can be a toxic environment for teens – but are older generations to blame?
With disruption pushing the global economy forward, the challenge for businesses is to understand the forces driving it.
To be truly effective today, cybersecurity must be built into every product and system. To achieve this level of integration, we need to address four fundamental leadership challenges.
How can online networks benefit from the empathy and caring nature of offline, real-world communities?
Video games can connect people of all backgrounds and beliefs. Their ability to build community could make them a larger force for social good.
Regulators dealing with the thorny issue of consumer data control and privacy may overlook that the vast majority of digital content is ad-funded.
The ability to exercise many of our most basic rights and privileges – from voting to travelling – requires standardized information to determine who is eligible for what. But, in the age...
Two business experts have ranked 42 countries by how easy it is for the most significant digital platforms to operate and thrive.
Targeted advertising on social media platforms is warping democracy – being transparent about where it comes from is the first step towards an even playing field.
How can children be safer online without losing access to the benefits of the digital world?
Hackers are capitalizing on the convenience of public USB charging points to introduce malware to mobile phones.
Despite concerns over the amount of blue light we are exposed to when on phones or at computers, this optometrist says blue light shouldn't be our biggest worry when it comes to eye health.
Current data protection policy places an emphasis on the rights of the individual. But it does not assess the way in which our free will is increasingly restricted in ever more technologi...
Teenage girls with diverse and inspiring influences have higher career aspirations and a healthier approach to the online world, finds a new report.
Quantum computers can crack codes in 10 seconds that would take classical computers 300 trillion years. That's why everyone is scrambling to develop them.