Artefact talks to Edward Miller about immersing yourself in a virtual protest, and the struggles of virtual reality journalism.
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Surveillance and anti-terrorism specialists explore the struggle for individuals, business and governments between privacy and security .
Scientists are battling to find a solution to ever-rising levels of greenhouse gases. But can they really hope to rescue the planet?
From magical pooping logs to demonic goat monsters, we look at some of Christmas’ weirdest and most wonderful characters.
With synthetic biology, scientists are beginning to truly unlock nature’s potential, shaking up the food, fuel and health industries – but what are the risks?
North Korean refugees share their tragic stories about life in the hermit kingdom.
The Kurdish & Middle Eastern Women’s Organisation calls for action in the face of the growing threat of Islamic State in northern Iraq.
The Tate Modern’s latest photographic exhibition explores the continuing effects of war years and decades later.
A fascinating look at how Edward Snowden became the World’s most wanted man.
Can the East London Strippers Collective win its battle to improve dancers’ working conditions and rights?
We talk to the company behind the Kickstarter sensation, the Hendo Hoverboard, about a future in which gravity won’t get you down.
Speaking to both protesters and police during the Million Mask March.
AI experts weigh in on whether mankind can survive the dawn of the machine era.
Seductive Sorceress or Toothless Hag. Which witch is which?
An unfit man struggles in the feminine world of pole dancing.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange lays out a compelling argument for why we shouldn’t trust the world’s biggest search engine.