Articles by Tola Onanuga
Tola Onanuga / August 23, 2019
From facial recognition to virtual assistants, our ability to remain truly private is steadily narrowing. But that doesn't mean we're powerless
The app, which seeks to educate users who are abusive on social media, is just one initiative being developed by the nonprofit Feminist Internet collective
Tola Onanuga / May 10, 2019
Social media sites including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have long been aware of the increasing presence of white nationalism on their platforms. It's time to do more to tackle it—or risk being...