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News Corp changes its tune on social media

News Corp changes its tune on social media

After years of bitter criticism of the social media giants, News Corp has embraced broadcasting via Apple News+ and Facebook.

Morrison takes social media agenda to G7

Morrison takes social media agenda to G7

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison has arrived at an already tumultuous G7 summit in France, and George Pell is set to take his conviction to the High Court. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Looking into the black mirror: how teens use social media

Looking into the black mirror: how teens use social media

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.

Dutton’s plan to combat online hate speech is starting to take shape

Dutton’s plan to combat online hate speech is starting to take shape

Last month, the ACCC report on digital platforms recommended the government develop a 'platform-neutral regulatory framework' — but what does this mean and is it even possible?

The dirty business of cleaning our social media platforms

The dirty business of cleaning our social media platforms

With content moderation being farmed out to third party contractors, it's easy to forget the human cost of keeping social media "safe".

Will Voller decision change how we use social media?

Will Voller decision change how we use social media?

Crikey readers discuss defamation on social media, the media as a mouthpiece for government and the ABC standing up for itself.

Australian elections are entering uncharted territory

Australian elections are entering uncharted territory

Crikey readers discuss social media's influence, Victoria's housing crisis and the Coalition's industry super plans.

Australia just had its first social media election

Australia just had its first social media election

Targeted misinformation and a quiet undercurrent of anti-immigration and anti-refugee sentiment — social media allowed the real election campaign to fly under the radar.

How both parties bungled the chase for Chinese-Australian votes

How both parties bungled the chase for Chinese-Australian votes

It's 2019 and Australian politicians are only just starting to front up to this major group of voters. They have a lot to learn.

Are troll farms ruining Australian political debate?

Are troll farms ruining Australian political debate?

Are journalists getting more abuse than ever before? And if they are, could troll farms be to blame?