Twitter Is Not A Neutral Arbiter Of Information

With all the accusations of Twitters’ role in far-right ideas promulgating online and the use of bots to push hashtags up the agenda, we wanted to take a closer look at how Twitter has been reacting to calls for the social media giant to take a larger role in preventing their platform being used for […]

How The War On Drugs Failed

In this post, we feature an infographic titled “Why the War on Drugs has Failed” by Paul at Ocean Recovery Centre.  Ocean Recovery Centre is an alcohol rehab clinic in the United Kingdom. In this infographic, we outline why the War on Drugs has failed. We also outline positive alternatives that could help to replace […]

Who Are AggregateIQ

The tiny British Columbia-based marketing company are credited by some as being the reason for the success of the Brexit campaign. Having received more than £4 million for their work on the campaign, they were responsible for around half the spending of the campaign groups on the Leave side, and yet very little is known about them. […]

Chatter Episode 29 – Matthew Rice on The General Data Protection Regulation and Online Censorship

Matthew Rice, Scotland Director for the Open Rights Group, was our guest on today’s show. The Open Rights Group are the UK’s only digital campaigning organisation working to protect the rights to privacy and free speech online. We spoke all about the General Data Protection Regulation, what it means for businesses and for consumers rights […]