6 May 2021,
John Lubbock explains how the Coronavirus pandemic has unravelled the Government’s glib commitment to openness over public contracts
7 April 2021,
John Lubbock explores how the restitution of looted historical artefacts is being navigated by cultural institutions around the world
18 March 2021,
Customers are estimated to have lost £90 million, showing why proper regulation is more essential than ever, says John Lubbock
15 January 2021,
John Lubbock speaks to the tech entrepreneur about the ethos of the world-famous platform he founded, the rise of Big Tech and how social media could be fixed
4 August 2020,
John Lubbock looks beyond the hype at Dominic Cummings and Matt Hancock's enthusiasm for health services based on artificial intelligence
29 July 2020,
John Lubbock looks at the new ways divisive racial messages which seek to divide minority groups in the US could be amplified by agents of the Russian state
31 March 2020,
John Lubbock describes his enforced separation from his wife during the COVID-19 pandemic, which he believes lays bare once more the hostile environment the UK has cultivated.
26 February 2020,
John Lubbock argues that the UK Government can't help trying to end anonymity and invade privacy. So how will OfCom regulate social media?
7 January 2020,
Though writing sensationalised news about Wikipedia is a profitable occupation, John Lubbock argues that we all must make a stand against disinformation.