Emily Bell: Accountability must become part of Silicon Valley’s culture and we can’t leave editorial processes down to algorithms
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Classicist says she wrote reference for one troll because she feared name-and-shame response would harm his job prospects
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Met helicopter crew capture on film man surrounded by candlelit message: 'Will you marry me?'
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By acting on footage of James Foley's murder, Twitter has taken responsibility in a way it hasn't over abuse and threats. So what happens next?
Lynx, McDonald’s and Southampton FC are all testing the marketing potential of self-destructing photo app
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Met says passing on clip of Isis militant murdering US journalist on social media could lead to prosecution under anti-terror laws
Premier League warns fans that posting goal vines is illegal, as is sharing them on websites such as Twitter
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Stuart Heritage: the DJ has set a new benchmark in romance by dumping his singer girlfriend with the most minimal of texts
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A group of journalists and bloggers known as the Zone Nine collective have felt the full force of a government media crackdown. With their colleagues imprisoned awaiting trial they took over @guardianafrica to answer your questions