YouTube and Google are being hacked to abuse their most vulnerable audience.
On Nov 7, 2017 by James Bridle
A major conflict is shaping up between the owners of smart devices and the companies that produced them.
On Aug 14, 2017 by Joshua A.T. Fairfield
The future of Libertarianism could be radically different
On Mar 28, 2017 by Zoltan Istvan
Shitposting is the language of the internet, now but not forever.
On Mar 24, 2017 by Miles Klee
Trump’s younger supporters think he’s an incompetent joke. In fact, that’s why they support him.
On Feb 22, 2017 by Dale Beran
The emergent startup scene in Gaza is disrupting stereotypes and impacting the global economy.
On Feb 7, 2017 by Ryan Sturgill
You've changed, and so has the company you used to work for.
On Dec 18, 2016 by Sarah Alpern
Memes reassure us that everything will be OK.
On Dec 17, 2016 by Jaja Liao
I'm protesting the many inequalities of this country.
On Dec 12, 2016 by Jessica Machado
Readers need to be relentlessly skeptical and use judgment.
On Nov 18, 2016 by Dan Gillmor
Online privacy should be for all, not just for the few.
On Oct 23, 2016 by Gry Hasselbach and Pernille Tranberg
Many call his behavior predatory.
On Oct 10, 2016 by Jessica Machado
Magic doesn't exist to make you happy.
On Oct 6, 2016 by CML
One of history's finest memes is being held hostage.
On Sep 12, 2016 by Miles Klee
There's only one candidate who seriously cares about science and technology.
On Sep 12, 2016 by Zoltan Istvan