Net neutrality is good for the Internet, bad for Internet journalism
Right now, the barrier to entry online is too low.
The cost of absolute free speech? Less speech
On the Internet, bigots and trolls may feel absolutely free to spew hatred. But what about the people they attack?
The truth about hacking is in the eye of the beholder
Are hackers criminals or folk heroes? Your answer likely says a lot about you.
GoPro, drones, and smartphones: The modern surveillance society
Yet it is far harder to get away from a camera than even Orwell imagined.
Elliot Rodger’s case reveals the dirty underbelly of online communities
Isla Vista may have been the first Internet massacre.
Our online personas are being pushed to extremes
Online, just as we’ve created an identity and shared it, it seems there’s always someone else who’s upped the ante.
James Franco, Shia Labeouf, and the flood of Internet fame
The Internet has made fame accessible, but is anyone better off for it?
Will virtual reality be more of a sideshow than an attraction?
For someone who is happy to live a large portion of his life on the Internet, I have to say our VR future leaves me a little cold.
Why you won’t miss your online privacy
Living our lives out in the open may force society to face up to things it is too easy to ignore.
Silk Road and the gentrification of cybercrime
Crime, today, is less about busting kneecaps and more about phishing scams and email viruses.
Why eSports are the Olympics of the Internet age
Though it may not be a financial powerhouse yet, eSports are only going to grow in relevance.
Money is changing the Web, and we are all for sale
Money, like power, changes whatever it touches, and that includes your favorite spots and services on the 'net.