Are journalists getting more abuse than ever before? And if they are, could troll farms be to blame?
Media organisations may get what they asked for. But there's a catch.
Ginger Gorman chased down Facebook and Twitter for months with questions about online abuse. She got answers, but she can't exactly report them.
Welcome to Side View. This week: do we actually care about homelessness? Social media doesn't rot your brain but space does, and — finally — a cure for giant sharks.
Acclaimed novelist Alice Walker recommends David Icke, Andrew Broad's unfortunate tweet, and a logo designer's Freudian slip.
Facebook, Google, even Amazon should 'fess up to the fact that they're publishers and act accordingly, say experts.
The Victorian Liberal leader has a bad reputation of blocking people on social media. It may be satisfying at the time, but it raises some important broader questions.
Lucas was at first temporarily suspended, which was then made permanent because her account had posted threatening or violent content.
Many progressives on social media are guilty of exactly the kind of filtering and denialism they deride Trump supporters and climate denialists for.
Sky News' Samantha Maiden has apparently been suspended from duties while lawyers investigate claims against her from colleagues, but Sky's keeping its lips shut.