Questions swirl about possible racial bias in Twitter image function
Internet sleuths question if Twitter’s image cropping system shows racial bias
Instagram apologises for removing images of Black British model
Nyome Nicholas-Williams won the backing of high-profile campaigners after images of her covering her breasts with her arms were repeatedly removed by Instagram
Zuckerberg says Facebook's failure to remove militia page an 'operational mistake'
Facebook's Mark Zuckerburg said contractors and reviewers missed complaints from "a bunch of people" about a call to arms posted online by a Kenosha militia group
World's first virtual art museum looks beyond 'the white viewer'
Conceived by British artist Stuart Semple, the Virtual Online Museum of Art will host masterpieces from renowned museums as well purposely made digital artworks
Digital archive tunes into the forgotten songs of Indian slaves
Folk songs reflect the loss and longing of Indian indentured labourers
Coronavirus crisis threatens internet opportunity for Native Americans
The cutoff for tribes to apply for licenses from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) expires next week
Global exam grading algorithm under fire for suspected bias
Students and experts say the formula the International Baccalaureate program used to generate grades may be discriminatory.
'Weaponized' Facebook fails to protect civil rights, audit says
Auditors expressed concern about Facebook's commitment to free speech where that means amplifying hate speech and threatening civil rights
U.S. activists decry first known wrongful arrest blamed on face recognition
Officers released Robert Williams after acknowledging "the computer" must have been wrong after he spent over a day in custody
OPINION: Protests and coronavirus shows meaningful connectivity more important now than ever
Digital connectivity has created new avenues for democratic action and disrupted entrenched power the world over