Tanya writes regularly on tech ethics, digital wellbeing, digital detox, Big Tech, screen-life balance, cybersafety, AI, persuasive tech, the attention economy and other topical issues related to the digital world.
The EU Digital Markets Act takes aim at the walled gardens of BIg Tech to make them more open. ‘Gatekeepers’ will be subject to tough rules.
The UK’s annual Digital Youth Index reveals young internet users’ perceptions of their internet safety and digital wellbeing.
The threat from deepfakes may not be how good they are, but that their existence undermines trust in news, playing into the hands of agents of misinformation.
The merging of physical and digital for kids in the Metaverse is fraught with potential risks. The digital world was not designed for children.
The use of an algorithm to award A Level grades in the UK highlighted problems of algorithmic accountability, transparency and ethics.
Children are taking part in TikTok’s viral challenges; encouraging them to perform harmful, criminal, and sometimes deadly acts.
Is how often you drain your phone battery a good indicator of your credit worthiness? Lack of algorithmic transparency in financial services means we may not know.
More teens than ever get their news from social media platform like TikTok and Instagram, rather than from TV or print according to Ofcom.
Sophisticated AR-based image editing tools are changing how young girls and women view standards of beauty, harming their mental health.