Australian journalists — sick of being criticised by social media users — have to think hard about how to cover politicians who persistently lie, including Scott Morrison.
Telegram, a messaging app favoured by those banned from more mainstream social media platforms, has removed hundreds of thousands of accounts since January.
More and more accounts connected to the US president are being targeted by the social media platform. What are the rules governing its decision?
When tweets go too far...
Queensland's political dirt units are on the case, digging up old social media posts to discredit opponents.
The Queensland election campaign has offered an ugly reminder of the extent to which sexism still plays a part in our political discourse.
New research shows that when far-right figures are booted off Facebook and Twitter, they quickly find a new home — and potentially, a more susceptible audience.
Before we clutch our pearls about the Chinese, remember we've been doing all that and worse for a long time.
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