The intersection of the internet and the state.
Trump says whistleblower lawyer’s old tweets should end impeachment
Trump spoke about the tweets at a rally in Louisiana on Wednesday night.
Former Twitter employees charged with spying for Saudi Arabia
The former employees reportedly accessed information on those who were critical of the government.
Epstein died, but ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ memes are alive and well
People earnestly believe this, and the best way to spread that message is through memes.
Facebook says developers may have improperly accessed user data…yet again
It's unclear how many Facebook groups and users were affected by the incident.
Ring thought surveillance videos of trick-or-treaters were a good PR opportunity
Alongside statistics, Ring also posted videos of trick-or-treaters.
White woman who called cops on Black student for napping demands police footage
She refused an offer to view it alone.
Vape shops may be exempt from Trump’s flavored e-cigarette ban
Vapers have been pushing back against the proposed flavor ban.
Alex Jones is trying to out jury members in the Roger Stone trial
Conservative fringe media are peddling lies about the case.
Woman who flipped off Trump’s motorcade wins election against Republican
People were stoked about her election win.
Will Twitter’s new political ad policy exempt fossil fuel companies?
Twitter argues the policy is still in the works after questions were raised over climate ads.
My Chemical Romance may have predicted Chilean uprising back in 2011
'Hola Chile! Te amamos! Stay safe in 2019,' the band tweeted in 2011.
These congresswomen want a new federal agency to start protecting online privacy
The bill calls for establishing a new federal agency.
Tom Steyer staffer resigns after accessing Kamala Harris campaign volunteer data
The campaign announced on Monday that the staffer resigned.
Congress calls on Twitter to fight disinformation during the 2020 Census
The lawmakers want answers from the social media company.