A major new campaign calls on the social networking site to put an end to misogyny on its pages – including graphic videos and images that make light of violence against women
Will Hutton: Throughout history, economic upheaval has destroyed whole industries – and created new ones. But now, some fear automation may mean the death of mass employment
Bupa approved to access sensitive medical records as campaigners question patient consent for release
'Glammed-up' version of character from Pixar animation Brave removed from Disney website after creator describes it as 'horrible'
Dr Kristi Funk's account of Angelina Jolie's surgery aims to help women understand the preventive treatment
Health campaigners praise actor's decision to go public to encourage other women to check for defective gene BRCA1
Actor's decision to tell her story of preventive breast cancer surgery is welcomed by medical experts worldwide
Is Jolie's surgery a proportionate response to her cancer risk? How many women have the faulty genes BRCA1 and BRCA2? How at risk are you?
The character's creator says Disney's new version of her hero 'send[s] a message that the original, realistic girl is inferior'
The creator of TV's The Wire will take part in an Observer debate on the war on drugs later this month. He talks to Andrew Anthony
Introducing our look at the year that defined the modern era, Tariq Ali recalls the extraordinary collision of politics, culture and social upheaval that he witnessed as a student
Catherine de Lange meets the one-time 'cyber-diva' who some now call a 'technophobe'
Join us from 1-3pm on Wednesday 15 May to find out how to learn from your peers
Ever wondered how influential you are in the world of social enterprise? Joe Jervis reveals the top 50 most connected tweeters
United Micro Kingdoms, a new exhibition at London's Design Museum, explores an alternative Britain governed by four extreme lifestyle tribes. Are you a Bioliberal or a Digitarian?