Australia's richest man has posted a video to Twitter of himself dancing celebrating what may be a contract with Amazon.
- by Cara Waters
It's been suggested that Facebook records audio of your conversations in order to guide its targeted ads. But the truth is it doesn't need to.
- by Jason Nurse
Filming or distributing intimate images without consent is an offence under federal and state law.
- by Nick Bonyhady & Sally Rawsthorne
The two-word phrase beat out 15 shortlisted words for the top spot, including "deepfake", "hygge" and "BDE".
- by Mary Ward
It's only the start of 2019 but we may have already seen the "greatest social media" battle of the year, if not ever.
- by Alan Granville
A third sex tape allegedly involving Dylan Napa is circulating amid claims the videos were part of a WhatsApp group involving as many as 25 players.
- by Andrew Webster
Tech titans say they are sorry for privacy breaches, virulence and manipulation. But these aren't bugs in the system. They're the core of the business model.
- by John Schwartz
Bulldogs recruit Dylan Napa is embroiled in the NRL's latest off-season drama after a sex tape featuring the Queensland Origin forward surfaced.
- by Christian Nicolussi
The Prime Minister has since weighed in to the "shoegate" debate with a message to his department.
- by Sarah Keoghan
Analysts are expecting another tough year for the social media giant, predicting their share price to keep falling.
- by Ryan Vlastelica
A federal appeals court issued a decision that could affect President Donald Trump's appeal from a similar ruling in New York.
- by Jonathan Stempel