The people we follow on social media are not necessarily the ones we like, let alone admire. “Hate-following” is a thing.
If there's anything teens hate more than a lecture about screen-time, it's being bossed around and having their privacy invaded. So imagine the shock when they realise that their favourite social media platforms are doing exactly that.
Our devotion to the 'gram is quite literally changing the structure of our brains, and the implications for our mental health and wellbeing are profound - and sobering.
Go on, admit it. Your ‘underage’ child has a social media account.
When Yolo launched in May 2019, it zoomed to number one on the iTunes downloads chart. Today, it’s still in the top 100, with 10 million active users. Is your child one of them?
Getting kids to share personal info with strangers is the whole point of new dating app Hoop. What could possibly go wrong?
When journalist Susan Maushart decided to impose a six-month digital detox on her three teenagers, their first reaction (once the shrieking died down) was “But what about our friends?”
A new X-rated channel that asks the question “Can we turn your phone into the best sex toy ever?” launched last week on social media app Snapchat - and it’s impossible for parents to turn it off.