The plaintiffs claim features such as ‘infinite scroll’ leave users less likely to be able to exercise self-control.
The content on social media platforms doesn’t always portray the locations accurately, setting unrealistic expectations and even luring tourists into trouble.
It’s not always “worth it for the 'gram”. People risk life, limb, and the environment for a selfie – and land managers can’t keep up.
Short-form social media videos and images that set unattainable appearance standards may harm young women’s perception of body image, research suggests.
If social media companies are restricted in how they collect, use and share Australians’ data, we can take significant steps toward protecting everyone from foreign interference.
The sudden removal of ‘erotic’ features from the virtual friend app has left lovelorn users high and dry.
Stronger advertising regulations and other weight loss drug options are needed, UNSW Sydney experts say.
Melanotan-II may give you a tan, but that’s not all.
The potential for being judged online could be affecting the ability of adolescents to concentrate on everyday tasks, a study by UNSW Sydney researchers finds.
Content celebrating diverse body types on social media can improve body satisfaction in young women, a new study from UNSW Sydney finds.