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Finding new ways to keep in touch.

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.

Fake news and democracy

From hashtags to deepfakes, Dr Cameron Edmond from the UNSW Faculty of Art & Design addresses how to navigate the murky waters of online misinformation.

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UNSW's Dr Kathy Bowrey, Professor in the Faculty of Law provides tips on how to protect yourself and your content on social media.

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Know your rights and stay on top of evolving terms of service when using social media, says Professor Kathy Bowrey from UNSW Law. 

The world is connected by the internet

Worth more than oil and gold, our data is taken freely and willingly, but can we go offline when the world is switched on?

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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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