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UNSW document goes viral on Twitter

An attempt to solve a workplace challenge took an unexpected turn to become a global hit for researchers during COVID-19.

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A disclaimer in your social media profile, ‘retweet doesn’t mean endorsement’ will not protect you from possible prosecution, warns UNSW Law expert.

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

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Cross-border tech deals are on the rise, meaning the usual expectations on acquisitions are changing, writes Paul X. McCarthy.

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Police increasingly recognise the benefits of social media, often bypassing traditional media in breaking news. But they should think carefully about how they engage, writes Alyce McGovern.

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While social media has yet to be fully embraced by Australian academics, its capacity for information sharing and building connections cannot be ignored, explains Ben Harris-Roxas.

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The experience of the Queensland floods has moved us beyond the slanted view of social media services as echoing halls of babble, writes Kate Crawford.