Global recession may make public and policymakers think more about those ‘at the bottom of society’, says social policy academic
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Scammers are sending 18 million hoax emails about Covid-19 to Gmail users every day, according to Google.
The editorial board of the UNC-Chapel Hill student paper suggested that ICE agents are the "biggest threat" to public safety.
Mobile giant Samsung is donating 2,000 smartphones to the NHS, for staff to use in Nightingale hospitals.
Three of the UK's leading video games developers are to display coronavirus safety advice within their titles.
Misleading coronavirus advice is going viral on social media feeds. Zeinab Badawi explains how we can all slow the spread of harmful falsehoods online.
As the coronavirus - or to be precise Covid-19 - spreads around the world, getting accurate information about the disease becomes ever more important.
A Facebook page that seemed to be sharing local news in North Carolina is a textbook example of a disinformation campaign, BBC News has been told.
Huge rewards could ensue if governments bankroll the systematic sharing of research data, but experts warn of unintended consequences
Content moderators are being asked to sign forms stating they understand the job could cause post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to reports.