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The fake news world isn't new, according to Robert Darnton, Professor of History and University Librarian Emeritus at Harvard.
The tradition can be traced back to the Byzantine empire, but its real origins can be found in early newspaper journalism in 18th century London...
Technologies are not neutral tools that emerge independently of society. According to Judy Wajcman, their design and use reflect as much as they shape the societies which invent them.
Professor Wajcman examines the way digital technologies have enabled us to complete tasks faster and...
As the US presidential race heads into the home stretch, new polls show Donald Trump closing in on Hillary Clinton. And the Republican nominee is hoping to close that gap even further, following the launch of his $10 million TV campaign, which is airing in...
The spotlight has been turned on the technology industry as stories of toxic work environments emerge and user frustration with online abuse builds. The Minefield considers whether this is an inevitable part of digital disruption—and whether we should opt out altogether.
Uber and other large technology firms have received their share of both good and bad press for 'disrupting' traditional business models. But what if the game is much larger and these companies are a threat to capitalism itself?
Public discussion about the dramatic rise...
Have the funding cuts to Indigenous organisations impacted on the ability of those groups to be heard in the mainstream media? And is there less coverage of Aboriginal issues than in the past?
Technology is changing the way newsrooms around the world operate, with drones, virtual reality and even games all now being used to report on stories. But there's more - robots could soon be writing your news.
The Associated Press in the US has employed...
Australians love world news and 24 hour news channels more than other people, and perhaps not surprisingly we increasingly want our personal news feed to be accessible at all times via our smart phones. So what else can we discover from the 2015 Digital News...
We live in an information rich age, our education levels have increased dramatically over the last few decades, so why hasn’t this led to a similar improvement in the quality of public debate?
Barry Jones considers this paradox and offers his thoughts on how...