The intersection of the internet and the state.

Twitter suspends new accounts involved in state-sponsored misinformation
The accounts are being added to an archive that can be used by researchers. 
Jessica Biel tries to clarify anti-vaxxer stance after getting lit up online
Biel allegedly abstained from vaccinating her infant son in 2015.
2020 Dems call for impeachment over Trump’s election comments
There were a lot of reactions to Trump's answer.
Woman records police holding Black man at gunpoint in order to ‘save his life’
Here's what the woman who recorded, and possibly saved the man's life, had to say.
Social media is helping raise awareness about massacres in Sudan
Sudan is in the middle of a revolution, and a social media campaign is playing a part.
Popular soccer app fined for spying on users through their phones
The La Liga Soccer League was fined $283,000.
Steve King pulls committee assignments off website after questioning
Steve King's committee assignments are back to 'TBD.'
Snapchat gender swap filter helps student catch cop looking for teen hookup
San Mateo officer continued to have 'explicit' conversation even after learning the user was 16 years old.
Photo of ‘tech titans’ Photoshopped to add women
It's too late to claim they were holograms.
Voter behind Biden finger photo says they were ‘shocked’ by candidate’s actions
A photo of Joe Biden is going viral again—but this meme isn't funny.
Ashley St. Clair says an Uber driver attacked her pro-Trump views. It’s #MAGAphobia nonsense
The conservative pundit's tweetstorm lacks self-awareness.
What you really need to know about Amazon Credit Builder
Critics say the card could exploit low-income consumers.
Jon Stewart gives emotional testimony over 9/11 victim fund, slams Congress (updated)
He received a standing ovation from some members of Congress.