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Selling an enviable lifestyle is big business for China's internet celebrities. The multibillion-dollar influencer industry is all about turning fans into customers on social media. 

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Social media offers elite athletes a shortcut to celebrity, but the price of a public persona can be too high for rising stars still finding their feet.

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China's internet celebrities are combining their online fame with lucrative e-commerce businesses. 

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David Vaile, Stream lead for Data Protection and Surveillance, Allens Hub for Technology, Law & Innovation, talks about the effectiveness of policing global social media companies. 

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Originally designed to display service times or bible quotations, church signs are becoming a site of political commentary, tackling everything from pill testing to refugee rights.

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Some Australian Facebook users are more worried about over-sharing by friends than the privacy and security of their personal information.

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Bridianne O'Dea is at the forefront of research into how technology can harness the power of social media to detect mental illness and deliver appropriate health care.

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Like Australia, China traditionally commemorates those who served in war in April each year, and increasingly they do it via social media, writes Tom Sear.

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When disaster strikes, online communities are lending a hand in sharing information and offering financial support.

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Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat have transformed the way we understand and experience crime and victimisation, write Alyce McGovern and Sanja Milivojevic.

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