• What happens to your digital remains after you die?

    23 April 2018, Hindustan Times


    Internet activity lives on long after a person dies and firms such as Facebook and experimental start-ups have sought to monetise this content by allowing people to socialise with the dead online.

  • BBC Radio 4: Screens and Teens

    25 March 2018, BBC Radio 4


    Do we need to "do something" about the effects of smartphones on teenage children? The backlash against the omnipresent devices has begun.

  • U.K. investigators search Cambridge Analytica’s office

    24 March 2018, The Hindu


    The scandal over the way Cambridge Analytica obtained personal information to try to manipulate U.S. voters “is the most important moment that Facebook has faced since it went public (in 2012)”, according to Professor Andrew Przybylski.

  • Facebook faces ‘Oppenheimer moment’ over Trump scandal

    24 March 2018, Phys.org


    The scandal over the way Cambridge Analytica obtained personal information to try to manipulate US voters "is the most important moment that Facebook has faced since it went public (in 2012)," according to Professor Andrew Przybylski.

  • Data-protection laws must be extended to political parties

    22 March 2018, Globe and Mail


    Samantha Bradshaw is a senior fellow at the Canadian International Council. She is also a D.Phil. candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute and a researcher on the Computational Propaganda Project at Oxford University.