The intersection of the internet and the state.

Police are using coronavirus misinformation to trick people into turning in drugs
False claims have made it harder to spread information backed by science.
FCC proposes $200 million fine for T-Mobile, others over data sharing
One FCC commissioner called the fines 'a day late and a dollar short.'
Sex workers speak out after OnlyFans leak
The site says there was no data breach.
Gmail’s email filtering may affect what candidate emails you are seeing
Pete Buttigieg's emails seem to land in the 'primary' inbox more often, according to a new report.
Porn stars are lining up behind Bernie Sanders
Tasha Reign, Sydney Leathers, and Alana Evans have all voiced who they are voting for in the 2020 primary.
Ajit Pai’s net neutrality victory lap comes as his own repeal is under review
The FCC is asking for public comment on its net neutrality repeal once again.
Clearview clients include ICE, Macy’s, Best Buy, leaked data reveals
The company on Wednesday said a list of its clients went missing.
Court says YouTube isn’t subject to First Amendment scrutiny
A panel of judges ruled that YouTube was a 'private forum' not a public one.
Arrest warrant issued for 8chan founder
He is currently not in the Philippines, however.
Reddit’s CEO issues a dire warning about TikTok
Concerns have been raised about TikTok's handling of user information.
Faculty from over 100 schools join call for facial recognition ban
The letter was signed by faculty at a number of large universities.
Mike Pence, who fueled HIV outbreak, is now in charge of coronavirus outbreak
Health experts say Pence's policies as Indiana governor led to an HIV outbreak in 2015.
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