Political candidates during the General Election campaign have received an estimated four times the amount of online abuse than in the 2017 campaign, according to research.
Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed as “nonsense” the controversy surrounding the source of leaked documents used by Labour as proof the Tories are planning to sell the NHS.
Labour and some of its high-profile supporters did more to push people to register to vote than any other party, social media statistics show.
Hillary Clinton has criticised the “heavily misogynistic” atmosphere online which has seen female parliamentary candidates announce they are not standing in the General Election.
Hillary Clinton has said that the idea of perfection that is often portrayed on social media is “insidious” and undermines the confidence of young women.
An outage has hit Twitter, preventing some users from tweeting, receiving notifications and viewing direct messages.
Facebook has confirmed that hundreds of millions of user phone numbers were left in an unprotected server, which reportedly included several million British details.
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I’m so thankful the internet wasn’t around when I was growing up and I feel sorry for youngsters nowadays who have to deal with it.