Comparing the Cabinet on Twitter might suggest who is on manoeuvres – and who’s dropped the social media ball

How do the cabinet and shadow cabinet stack up on Twitter?

Twitter bans and self-denying ordinances won’t erase anti-semitism

The Twitter hack revealed the social media giant’s secret toolkit

Twitter’s engineers agree that prejudice is hard-coded in our language

Our writers must be bold enough to write the words they want to write, independent, and stronger for that

Good-quality academics are being filtered out due to an illiberal culture of ‘cancelling’ on university campuses

Bias and censorship on social media are real problems, but Parler may not be a panacea

Marie Le Conte on the bruising experience of inadvertently becoming the target of a Twitter feeding frenzy