Egyptian TikTok influencer to appeal 10-year trafficking sentence
Haneen Hossam was among five Egyptian social media influencers facing jail for promoting immorality by encouraging women to make money through social media followings
Twitter adds 'Arabic (feminine)' language option in diversity drive
Twitter says it is the first social media site to introduce an "Arabic (feminine)" option and the initiative could be expanded to other languages
Women find helping hand to break into tech jobs in Germany
Biases entrenched in AI hiring software mean many well-qualified women may be falling at the first hurdle, according to tech diversity non-profit FrauenLoop
What are 'meme stocks', and what do they mean for women investors?
Easily accessible trading apps like Robinhood and Freetrade have drawn growing numbers of first-time women users during the pandemic. But could warnings about 'meme stocks' make some of them think twice?
What is 'femtech' and why are investors taking note?
From home fertility tests to innovative period products, startups focused on women's health are springing up around the world and catching investors' attention
OPINION: To stop online abuse against women, we must reform digital spaces
While we can’t quickly unwind the sexism that drives abuse, we can redesign our digital spaces and change the online environments that allow this misogyny to thrive
From Lahore to Lucknow, crimes against women spur more surveillance
Digital rights activists warn the rise of facial recognition and safety apps expose women to privacy violations and harassment
Sex consent app proposal sparks criticism in Australia
Police commissioner’s proposal followed protests over alleged sexual assault by top officials in Australia
OPINION: For women in tech unconscious bias is real. Here’s how to fix it
I founded my tech startup as a mother of five. A post-COVID-19 restart is a chance for the tech community to push women forward
Google fires second AI ethics leader as dispute over research, diversity grows
It comes after the firing of Black scientist Timnit Gebru from the same research unit prompted protest from thousands of Google workers