Tech, Data and Algorithms
James Wallbank explores how Systems Thinking can help the public to understand the methods of the Prime Minister and his chief advisor –and why they must not be mistaken for buffoons
David Hencke explores the implications of one of the most extraordinary Government power grabs he has seen as a political reporter
Sam Bright tracks the global expansion of data mining company Palantir during the Coronavirus pandemic
Stephen Colegrave tries to estimate how many billions the Prime Minister and his Government have wasted in their first year in power
Sam Bright tracks the rise of Topham Guerin, the New Zealand 'propaganda pair' in charge of the UK Government's online Coronavirus communications
The Mythical Nationalism of Trump and Modi Has Failed, So Now they're Waging War on their Own Citizens
India and America are suffering parallel slides towards authoritarianism, reports CJ Werleman
A French-owned company is in bed with both Huawei and the Foreign Office, reports Sam Bright
COVID-19 is accelerating the attempts of big tech companies to harvest our data, writes Tanya O'Carroll.
Sam Bright reports on how two 20-something New Zealanders, allies of Lynton Crosby, were awarded a massive Government COVID-19 campaign contract
Caolan Robertson draws on his first-hand experience of stirring up right-wing political outrage for likes
With mounting scandals and inconsistencies over the Government's handling of COVID-19, Stephen Colegrave and Peter Jukes have compiled a list of its biggest falsehoods so far
EXCLUSIVE SAGEGATE – Part Three: Cummings and Johnson Defied Scientific Advisors by Lifting Restrictions Without Robust Track and Trace
The third part of Nafeez Ahmed's investigation shows how public health was sacrificed to ideology as the lockdown was eased
With lockdown restrictions being eased, how can people make 'common sense' decisions around the Coronavirus risk in their area if accurate data is being kept from them?