Kim Darroch: Boris Johnson joins defence of press over cables publication

Boris Johnson has come out in defence of the right of the press to publish leaked diplomatic dispatches sent by the former British...

Taylor Swift joins line-up of artists v record labels

When Taylor Swift posted a scathing blog about the sale of her catalogue this month, her words captured the attention of celebrities and...

‘It’s our problem’: Brazilian drama brings Amazon rainforest battle to screen

Deep in the Brazilian Amazon, an environmental activist meets with a journalist who warns that a mining company is responsible for a looming...

Jeffrey Epstein: how US media – with one star exception – whitewashed the story

When Julie K Brown of the Miami Herald approached a former police chief of Palm Beach, Florida, in 2017, hoping to get him...

U.S. regulators approve $5 billion Facebook settlement over privacy issues

(Reuters) — The U.S. Federal Trade Commission approved a roughly $5 billion settlement with Facebook this week over its investigation into the social...

Facebook to be fined $5bn for Cambridge Analytica privacy violations – reports

The Federal Trade Commission has reportedly voted to approve fining Facebook roughly $5bn to settle an investigation into the company’s privacy violations that...

The FTC will hit Facebook with a $5 billion fine over privacy violations

Facebook has agreed to a $5 billion settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over its numerous “privacy missteps." Once it goes through,...

People get better at catching deepfakes with practice, research says

The proliferation of deepfakes — AI-generated videos and pictures of events that never happened — has prompted academics and lawmakers to call for countermeasures,...

BBC jumped the gun on antisemitism charge against the Labour party | Letter

I am as keen as anyone to see antisemitism rooted out of my party. For that reason I was quite pleased when the...