A deep dive into the alt-right’s greatest YouTube hits
The perfect, unfiltered crash pad for the alt-right's leading pundits.
On Sep 7, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
The online trial of Nate Parker and ‘Birth of a Nation’ is just beginning
What is a socially responsible movie buff to do?
On Aug 25, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
‘Suicide Squad’ and the problem with Rotten Tomatoes
Internet-era critics have created a perfect storm to bury films like 'Suicide Squad.'
On Aug 16, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
How will we preserve our digital future?
The Library of Congress was established in 1800. What will it look like 100 years from now?
On Apr 24, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
Does hashtag activism work?
Social media-driven movements are everywhere.
On Mar 24, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
With his Supreme Court nominee, Obama chooses the path of least resistance
The battle has begun.
On Mar 16, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
How the next president could transform Internet freedom
Do you know where do the candidiates stand on cyber issues?
On Mar 7, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
The next Supreme Court justice and the future of the Internet
How will the next Supreme Court justice affect Internet freedom?
On Feb 22, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s evolution on Internet freedom
When it comes to Internet freedom, Scalia may have been one of the great legal minds of our time.
On Feb 14, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
The real power behind the rise of tech in the Iowa caucus
Here’s the true winner in the Iowa caucuses.
On Feb 1, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
Amy Schumer and the rise of Internet vigilance
As the Internet makes it easier to steal, it also makes it easier to get caught.
On Jan 23, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
Technology should help, not hurt the workforce
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us.
On Jan 21, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
There’s a new, refreshing trend in online bullying
The Internet has made bullying more common, but it's also giving its victims a powerful weapon to fight back.
On Jan 14, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa
One year after the Charlie Hebdo attack, we are still #JeSuisCharlie
The magazine lives on, and so does freedom of speech.
On Jan 6, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa