Nalayeh, founder of Integration TV, was killed by al-Shabaab militants on 12 July.
Exploitation by tech firms is not inevitable, suggests Vanessa Baird.
What does Tumblr's decision mean for those who rely on the site as one of the only sexually permissible online spaces? Jillian York asks.
Allegations that Facebook and other platforms have bias in content moderation decisions may not be so far fetched, Jillian York writes
Wars in cyberspace are wars on our minds. JJ Patrick on the murky underworld of big data, social media, espionage and the spread of chaos through disinformation.
How editor Maria Ressa took on the president of the Philippines. Iris Gonzales tells the story.
Out of the current crisis, a more hopeful vision is emerging, argues Vanessa Baird.
Are these new privacy laws the best solution? Mike Morel investigates.
Jake Edwards, a transgender YouTube vlogger, has a uniquely millennial career. Edward Siddons spoke to him to find out more about his generation.
Sophia Seymour and Daisy Squires shine a light on Musa Fata, a Gambian migrant who hopes to become a world-famous DJ.
Social media use is correlated with mental health problems. But is it simply cause and effect? Marcus Gilroy-Ware finds out.
For young girls across the Muslim world, social media has become a therapeutic medium. Hussein Kesvani reports.