A survey done by the commenting platform Disqus shows that readers see comments posted by those using pseudonyms as being just as trustworthy as those using real names
The U.K. suicide prevention charity maintains that legal advisers have told it the controversial app is compliant with British data protection law — but refuse to explain this position just yet, despite strong opposition from mental illness sufferers.
An amendment to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill would see online harassment cases moved to a different type of court that can dole out sentences of up to two years.
Comment trolls are often used as an example of why blog comments are a waste of time, but a recent series by the Climate Desk showed how they can quickly be turned into human beings.
Intellectual Ventures has been invisibly bleeding billions from creative companies — but its activities don’t often come to light thanks to a clever use of shell companies. This could change.