Professor of computer science and award-winning educator, Richard Buckland, shares his tips for helping less tech-savvy relatives adapt to socialising online – with as little tension as possible.
Worth more than oil and gold, our data is taken freely and willingly, but can we go offline when the world is switched on?
Nation states are covertly working against each other on the very same digital platforms they use to collaborate in areas such as trade and manufacturing.
The 'father' of the internet identified threats to equal access for everyone during a conversation before a keen audience at UNSW.
The future of polymers in cancer drug delivery and the global shift in how we use the internet were the subjects of the latest in the 2017 UNSW Professorial Inaugural Lectures.
In the absence of a Bill of Rights, defamation law may be the best way to regulate privacy and free speech online, a UNSW research paper suggests.
The Zane Alchin case was a lost opportunity to help set international benchmarks for holding men accountable for harassing and abusing women online, writes Emma Jane.
A new centre launched by industry and UNSW will bring the power of networking, artificial intelligence – and even sensor-laden drones – to the farm gate.
Psychologist Elizabeth Mason explains how online treatments for anxiety and depression are helping time-poor people manage the Black Dog.
Engaging on the internet has become a very different experience for women compared to men, writes Emma A. Jane.