privacy

News

Instagram are making a ‘disappearing messages’ feature

Snapchat found dead in a ditch tbh
Douglas Greenwood
3.23.20
News

it is very easy for people to hack your private instagram

Trust no bitch.
Douglas Greenwood
9.16.19
News

oh my god, obviously that viral instagram post is a hoax

Let's all take a cue from Taylor Swift and calm down.
Roisin Lanigan
8.21.19
Politics

the uk government want to read your whatsapp messages – should they be allowed?

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has accused WhatsApp and other encrypted messaging services of giving terrorists “a secret place to hide,” but will the government getting up in your DMs solve that?
John Ridpath
4.12.17
News

is snapchat a violation of your human rights?

Turns out the flower crown wasn't the app’s most controversial feature.
Wendy Syfret
10.25.16
News

facebook introduces new tools to combat suicide

While the site says it is a way to further support its 1.65 billion users, some are asking if the intervention methods are an invasion of privacy.
Wendy Syfret
6.15.16
News

​revenge porn is now a criminal offence in england and wales

Revenge porn – the sharing of private and intimate images and videos on and off the web by sore dumpees – has finally been made illegal in England and Wales.
Felicity Kinsella
2.12.15
Think Pieces

what is love in the computer age?

What is love when we’re all online, living out our relationships in front of everyone, from crushes to exes, to rivals? What happens when it all goes wrong – has the networked society made lovesickness milder, or bitterer than ever?
Dean Kissick
10.27.14