Here's what signing off for good — or even taking a temporary social media detox — can do for your mental health.
I learned quickly that the safest way to navigate these predominantly white spaces was to minimise my Asian half.
The former US president also said that "tweeting gets you in trouble" and hinted at plans to one day start his own social network.
Lockdown didn’t mean the far-right disappearing. It meant the threat changing and growing more dangerous than before, write HOPE not hate’s Nick Lowles and Jemma Levene.
If you're going to scroll before bed, here's how to make it as healthy as possible so it doesn't disrupt your rest.
Critics say an end to online anonymity may put vulnerable people’s lives at risk.
Yes, sharing your story helps bring us together. But taking a step back to look after yourself doesn’t make what happened to you any less real, writes journalist Rachel Charlton-Dailey.
The media industry is toxic for far too many people from under-represented groups. Leaders like the Society of Editors have to get a grasp of the issue now, writes journalist Marcus Ryder.
It's troubling that a government minister can say what they like with impunity, writes HuffPost UK editor-in-chief Jess Brammar.
The Good Morning Britain presenter has revealed that similar threats have also been made towards his son, Spencer.