We can’t stop watching these Miley Cyrus parody videos
Four of our favorite sendups include YouTube regulars and household pets.
Reddit’s PRISM strategy: Don’t collect what the government wants
How has Reddit come to lead the way in protecting user privacy online? It makes a point to invest in user anonymity.
Texas State Capitol neutralizes tampon threat
Concealed handguns are just fine, of course. You really can’t make this stuff up.
For missing persons, Facebook is the modern milk carton
A quarter of a million people are waiting to help you find your missing loved one.
The creepy possibilities of Facebook’s public Graph Search
Millions of people in the U.S. have it now. Here's what you can do with it.
The creepy online archive of Texas death row inmates’ final words
Texas has been collecting and posting inmates’ final words on the Texas Department of Criminal Justice website for years.
How citizen journalists ruled the Texas filibuster story
The best coverage of Sen. Wendy Davis' historic filibuster came from the Internet, not mainstream news outlets.
Craigslist ATV sale turns into gruesome murder
Answering a Craigslist ad was a deadly proposition for this New Jersey man.
Paula Deen issues public apology for using racial slur
"Please forgive me for the mistakes that I have made," the Food Network star said in a video released Friday.
Horse lovers mount a full-scale Facebook uprising
It’s one of the largest citizen uprisings ever seen on Facebook.
Texas enacts email privacy law
Though the new law is only applicable on the state level, some changes to federal law could be on the way too.
This Facebook page runs on homophobia
The page's moderators also ask followers to rank the attractiveness of scantily clad models by liking or sharing posts.
This stay-at-home dad gets paid to to ghostwrite George Takei’s status updates
Humor columnist Rick Polito is best known for his hilarious, one-line synopsis of Wizard of Oz.
Obama wants to bring high-speed Internet to 99 percent of U.S. students
Other countries are years ahead of the U.S. when it comes to students’ access to high-speed Internet. Now we’re playing catch-up.
Buying likes and rigging votes: Facebook’s seedy underworld
Meet the companies that will rig any contest on the Interent—for the right price.
Anonymous fights PETA over right to remain anonymous
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is attempting to bring legal action against online commenters who were critical of the organization.