Quick communication: What makes Snapchat so popular. Blacking out: How Rich McCor re-visualizes famous landmarks. And on Exit: A video montage of Instagram clichés.
Social media firms and the European Commission have been pushing for self-regulation in the fight against hate speech. Their latest results show that it seems to be working.
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.
An exhibition in Leipzig shows how artists from the Tumblr and Instagram generation use the internet and social media to reflect on the ideals of female beauty. Here's a preview of some of the works on show.
German actor Franz Rogowski is in not one but two Berlinale competiton films. Christian Petzold's Transit" and Thomas Stuber's 'In the Aisles'. He's also one of 2018's European 'Shooting Stars'.
Gutenberg is considered the father of mass communication thanks to his invention of the printing press and metal movable type. But was he really the first to print books? Five centuries after his death, questions remain.
An 18th-century cello worth more than €1.3 million ($1.6 million) has been returned to an award-winning French musician. Soloist Ophelie Gaillard had been robbed at knifepoint outside Paris earlier in the week.
The legendary Castro Theatre in San Francisco is celebrating new German cinema at the biggest German-language film festival outside Europe, and the stars of the scene are in attendance.
Russia’s independent gaming scene between art, business, politics and censorship.
The German Goethe Institute is hosting an interactive exhibition titled ‘Games and Politics’ in Novosibirk, bringing together the country’s gaming scene.
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