Social Media

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.
Australia has moved forward with a proposal to force social media and search companies to pay media outlets for their content.
How easily we picked up and dropped the viral parish councillor is deeply instructive about the state of our discourse ‚Äď and deeply concerning, writes Harrison Gowland.
The actor played Cara Dune in the hit Disney+ series.
Young British women with disabilities are reaching millions on TikTok ‚Äď here's what they want to say.
Racism still infects every pore of this country, writes Saira Rao.
While we may welcome social media companies action on Trump, it’s crucial that we ask why big tech didn't act sooner, writes Seyi Akiwowo.
Social media platforms temporarily blocked Donald Trump‚Äôs account after he posted a video addressing protesters who stormed the US Capitol in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election results. Twitter has locked the president‚Äôs account for 12 hours after removing three tweets and accusing him of excusing violence. Issuing its first ever ban on the president, the social media giant added he will face a ‚Äúpermanent suspension‚ÄĚ from the platform if the offending tweets are not deleted.
Sharing your coronavirus experience on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter is vital to fighting the pandemic. Here's why.