Meet the anti-choice, pro-NRA Trump supporter challenging Rep. Justin Amash
He's an interesting character.
Posted today, busted tomorrow: Social media evidence is increasingly showing up in court
When you log in, your expectation of privacy essentially disappears.
The feud between Mike Cernovich and Vic Berger, explained
There's a battle going on between Mike Cernovich, Twitter, and Vic Berger.
Literally everything in Katrina Pierson’s tweet about Palestine is wrong
She can't really be that ignorant, can she?
Jacob Wohl is tied to at least 5 fake intelligence firms
That's four more than you probably knew about.
What we learned at the House hearing on white nationalism
The hearing was both a spectacle and a sobering display of unity
Where do 2020 Democratic candidates stand on internet privacy?
It's becoming a major 2020 campaign issue.
New anti-transparency, mass shooting bill is the wrong solution to a real problem
Florida's effort to restrict access to public records from mass shootings has media and open government advocates up in arms
Florida wants to prevent reporters from accessing records of mass shootings
Bill would greatly restrict access to records of mass shootings
Could Wikipedia lose immunity under the Communications Decency Act?
The case for classifying the world’s largest free encyclopedia as a publisher, like Backpage.com before it
The Hatebook: Inside Facebook’s thriving subculture of racism
It's hard to police, but it's not clear if Facebook wants to.
Ann Coulter’s Twitter bio links to a vulgar parody account
The account insults celebrities and references exorcisms.
NRA, Republicans team up to bash gun reform on Parkland anniversary
They're attacking the Bipartisan Background Checks Act.
Conservatives try to rebrand Green New Deal as the next Fyre Fest
It features inaccurate, misleading information about the resolution.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets Twitter drunk on ‘cocktails for the revolution’
Her menu includes ‘Bridges, Not Walls’ and ‘Clean transport.'