In the age of (dis)information, lucrative internet troll farms are here to stay. Is the Little Red Dot prepared for a siege on our digital fora?
The latest #challengeaccepted selfie trend is burying an anti-femicide campaign by Turkish women — making the real “challenge” for them to ensure that they keep being heard.
We have all been told, at some time or the other, to count our blessings. Or be thankful for what we have, instead of pining for what we don’t. In other words, practise gratitude. But how?
Instead of conceding that an effective pandemic response requires infringing freedom of expression and privacy rights, companies must recognise that civil liberties are enablers of global health and act accordingly, even when governments don’t.
The circuit breaker has exposed many faults in Singapore, not least the tenuous relationship between restaurants and food delivery services. Can the two find a harmonious middle ground, or will something have to give?
A social justice journalist weighs in on how we can come out stronger if people are empowered and eager to participate in society.