Web users often find science content presented in entertaining ways. The term "science porn" describes the most extreme manifestations. But it often has less to do with science than with collecting page views.
Russia's media regulators are demanding Twitter and YouTube delete the accounts of "undesired" NGOs. If they don't, authorities say both sites will be blocked in the country. Will Moscow follow through on its threat?
A new German law named NetzDG that will force social media sites to delete offensive content has come into effect with the New Year. There are plenty of critics on both the far-right and among internet activists.
The YouTube star apologized for posting a video which showed the body of a person who had apparently committed suicide. The footage was taken in Japan's Aokigahara forest, one of the world's most popular suicide sites.
At the fourth World Internet Conference, Beijing celebrated its vision of "sovereign internet." Western IT CEOs have to accept this, but DW’s Frank Sieren thinks that China's cyber policy will only cause more isolation.
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