A third of people looking for a divorce cite "phoneaholic" behaviour as a reason for splitting up.
- by Shane Watson
When neurologist Kate Ahmad heard Fraser Anning's comments on the Christchurch mosque massacre, she knew she had to do more than tweet.
- by Jenna Price
Perhaps more than any other evil act of our time, the Christchurch attack was born of the internet and engineered to exploit its obvious vulnerabilities.
- by Fergus Hunter
The shooter streamed a 17-minute video showing his shooting rampage in real time to social media.
- by Yan Zhuang and Jennifer Duke
The academic who helped Cambridge Analytica vacuum up private data from millions of Facebook profiles claims the social media site defamed him.
- by Matthew Rosenberg
A Perth man has been found guilty of using blackmail and violence to force a girl he met through Facebook to have sex with him.
- by Heather McNeill
Social network says a 'server configuration change' was to blame for unprecedented service interruption.
Facebook's 'partial outage' now the biggest service disruption the site has ever seen.
- by Tim Biggs
The My Kitchen Rules host promoted a podcast endorsing the views of anti-vaccination campaigner Dr Sherri Tenpenny.
- by Mary Ward
As well as the controversial NRL Memes page, the NRL Quality Memes and Weekend King Racing Facebook pages have both been served papers for defamation
- by Sally Rawsthorne
The White House believes that social media could be a treasure trove of information about people who are applying for or receiving disability benefits.
- by Robert Pear