After years of bitter criticism of the social media giants, News Corp has embraced broadcasting via Apple News+ and Facebook.
The right to privacy on the internet is a common cause for concern, and the law simply can't keep up. But it's also just one small part of a far bigger picture.
The sale of ingestible hemp products has been legal in Australia since 2017. So why won't Facebook allow local businesses to advertise it?
The American maker of a gynaecological surgical device is directly targeting Australian women, with a celebrity-doctor-endorsed online campaign which appears to flaunt advertising laws.
Paige has just turned 13 and is navigating her first year of high school. INQ reporter Kirsten Drysdale spent a day with her — and her phone — for a rare look at teenage life online.
With content moderation being farmed out to third party contractors, it's easy to forget the human cost of keeping social media "safe".
As platforms like Google and Facebook grow bigger by buying up their competition, we need to decide what we should do about monopolies.
The new ACCC report offers some solutions to fixing our broken system — but is it too late to help journalism and news media?
Scott Morrison wants Facebook to better regulate extreme content. The bad news is it's already trying — and failing.