It’s trendy to be a contrarian on social media. Here are some thoughts nobody is brave enough to tweet.
Human rights activists are criticising the new laws, claiming they could be used to crack down on freedom of speech.
You've probably got used to ignoring them, but this is what happens if you click and keep on clicking.
Facebook has transformed the way a lot of people experience loss and express grief. But is it helpful?
The anti-immigrant and right-wing extremist sentiment might sound familiar to you.
"Cropped Boomer Images" is a deeply weird stream of flags, guns, skulls, AOC, and more!
Documenting our lives for Snapchat and Instagram can decrease the likelihood of retaining those moments as a significant memory.
When it comes to the stories we share on the internet, the line between empirical truth and emotional truth can be extremely hard to parse.
“The younger generation understands what you see online is not real. But they’re more willing to look not-real because that’s what they’ve grown up with.”
From Purity Testers to Logic DESTROYERS, here are the people you encounter when you don't log off when you should.
Aspirational content, akin to thousand-dollar "Vogue" spreads or "Travel & Leisure" editorials, bank on creating a sense of fantasy—however the actual return is low for most users.
In Uttar Pradesh, you can walk into a store and buy video clips of horrific attacks shot on mobile phones. Now anti-rape campaigners are fighting back.