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Molly Jones reviews Alec Mapa: Hot Mess with Matthew Dempsey psychotherapist and I Am All In with Scott Patterson. Audio
Police suspect social media challenges are driving a spate of Mazda thefts in Taranaki.
A group of 30 teens - some as young as 13 - are believed to be responsible for stealing more than 100 of the… Audio
New Zealand teenagers are spending 42 hours a week on the internet - one of the highest figures in the world and double what it was in 2012.
The finding comes from the OECD's Programme for… Audio
New Zealand's teenagers are among the biggest internet users in the world.
The OECD's Programme for International Assessment says this country's 15-year-olds spend on average 42 hours a week on the… Audio
Conspiracy theories and the people who believe in them have been a constant source of fascination during the last few years. But it can be easy to dismiss the people who end up in these worlds. Audio
The former US President Donald Trump will not be allowed to return to Facebook or Instagram - at least for the moment.
Trump's social media accounts were suspended indefinitely in January, for posts… Audio
Former US president Donald Trump is launching a space on his website where he can post messages to encourage others to share them to Twitter and Facebook.
Featuring The improvement association, The Lazarus heist and 'something rhymes with purple'. Audio
EU regulators are accusing Apple of distorting competition in the music streaming market, siding with Spotify in a case that could lead to changes in its lucrative business practices.
A UK-football inspired boycott of the world's biggest social media platforms has begun as a protest about continued online racist abuse against a number of Black athletes.
Discussing 'The Breakdown' from The Australian and 'The Mortified Podcast' from PRX and Radiotopia. Audio
It took seven months for police to set up their first team for scanning the internet after the mosque attacks - but it was almost immediately in danger of being shut down.
A win by the Australian watchdog over data collection could see similar litigation become more common in New Zealand.
Small business owners are being left in the dark about why their Instagram accounts are being disabled.
The social media app has become a popular - and easy - way to buy and sell products, but some… Audio
Producers hope the Oscars ceremony will have the look and feel of a movie, giving winners more time for speeches while coronavirus masks will also play a major role.
Facebook protests that its new algorithm that curates your newsfeed is just a mirror reflecting yourself back at you. If that's the case, says one digital expert, it's a funhouse mirror. Audio
Paul Bushnell reviews Fresh Air with Terry Gross and Audio Long Reads from the Guardian. Audio
Jacinda Ardern says there is now an online defence framework for the online world that didn't exist before the Christchurch Call. Audio
Weeding out fake news and misinformation is becoming increasingly difficult in the new media environment where social media rules, an academic says.
Reviewing Griefcast, Off menu with James Acaster and Ed Gamble, and Guardian science podcast. Audio