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Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

The Australian government’s battle with Elon Musk and X over violent content appears admirable, but will it change anything for those vulnerable to its harm?

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Healthcare providers have cut through in the fight against online misinformation — leaning on compassion, humour and digital savvy to reach users.

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Dire economic prospects are opening the door for an angry world of emotional manipulation that is targeting young men.

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Discovering new ways to empower older employees to find their groove and stay relevant in an ever-changing workplace.

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Siva Vaidhyanathan from the University of Virginia answers the question if Narendra Modi would be Prime Minister of India without Facebook.

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Time-starved internet users are developing strategies to cope with misinformation. Understanding how they do it can shape news coverage moving forward.

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With an election looming and controversial law reform on its way, Indonesia’s government is set to ratchet up its well-oiled propaganda machine.

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Seeing might not be believing going forward as digital technologies make the fight against misinformation even trickier for embattled social media giants.

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Much like the US Capitol riots, Brazil’s violent uprising shows how quickly misinformation can degrade a democracy.

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The web provides safe harbour for anti-feminist views which can have real-world repercussions.

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Migrant workers keep the Malaysian economy humming during peak times. But when times got tough, they were scapegoated.

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