The intersection of the internet and the state.
Laura Loomer sues Twitter, Muslim lobbying group over account ban
An internet troll may be at the center of all this.
Facebook bans many of the U.K.’s infamous far-right groups
Voicing support for these organizations could get users banned too.
A new tool lets you track candidate spending on Facebook—and Trump is crushing Democrats
The numbers are staggering.
Conspiracy theorists got me suspended from Twitter—and now I understand them better
They don't achieve much.
Rudy Giuliani retweets prominent QAnon supporter
He's just the latest in Trump's circle to flirt with the conspiracy.
Why are conservatives so obsessed with cargo shorts?
Cargo shorts were cool. And then they weren't. Years later, pundits have a thing or two to say about that.
‘What about Flint, Puerto Rico, Black churches,’ people ask after Trump pledges aid to France
There are few things in our own country that still need addressing.
Does Tucker Carlson want to eat Pete Buttigieg?
The internet had some thoughts about Carlson's remarks.
Pete Buttigieg responds to ‘Sodom and Gomorrah’ protests
The protesters were yelling about 'Sodom and Gomorrah.'
Conservatives attack Rep. Ilhan Omar over Notre Dame condolences
Conservatives became angry that Rep. Ilhan Omar did not acknowledge the religious significance as a Christian place of worship in her tweet.
Kim Dotcom thinks video game chats can outsmart the NSA. They can’t
Pro-tip: Never use video games to hold sensitive conversations.