Earlier this week, one company’s configuration error took websites across the globe down, from Reddit to The New York Times. It turns out that our power to log on lies in the hands of a few large businesses.
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In recent news, politicians and police are calling for users to hand over their passports before getting posting privileges to warn off online trolls. Almost everyone else, however, thinks this is a terrible idea. Here, THE FACE investigates the pros and cons.
Protesters around the world have – wittingly or unwittingly – put themselves squarely within the lens of a surveillance state. Here's how unregulated and untested facial recognition software is disproportionately affecting the black community.
While Twitter was quick to to add a warning to Trump’s recent “when the looting starts, the shooting starts” tweet, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided roll over, citing a commitment to “free expression”. It’s a move which staff saw as capitulation. So, what’s behind the company’s reluctance to clamp down?
Research shows that fake news travels six times faster than the truth on Twitter. Don’t be a spreader – follow these steps.
Video conferencing app Zoom added 2.2 million monthly active users in 2020 – more than the entirety of 2019.
As a rapid response to school and university closures, some of the platform’s biggest learning celebrities have set up The StudyTube Project.
Meet the mega-brain engineers, clinicians, students and manufacturers from Oxford University and King’s College who have built a machine that could be key to the battle against COVID-19.