Tea Bag Kingpin Threatens Facebook and Google With Billion-Pound Boycott

Unilever, manufacturer of three-quarters of the things in your cupboards, fridge and large intestine, is joining the battle for online trust, and has warned the tech giants that it could pull its internet advertising unless drastic steps are taken to protect kids from fakers and weirdos. Read More >>

Leave Voters Don’t Trust Politicians or… Scientists

Research into the varying mindsets of people who voted either Leave or Remain in last year's EU referendum shows quite a range of differences in trust between the two camps, with those who voted Leave less likely to trust anyone across the board. Read More >>

This New Online Reputation Meter Says I’m Barely Trustworthy

For years, business start-ups have tried to capitalise on the internet’s new trust economy, such as its core to services like Airbnb and eBay, where you have to trust strangers with your money and house. Now, yet another start-up thinks it can solve the trust problem and measure trustworthiness with a browser extension. It’s called Karma, and it hates me. Read More >>