The intersection of the internet and the state.
Omarosa releases tape where Lara Trump appears to offer her a campaign job
Trump apparently liked the GOP video.
Jack Dorsey’s ideas on how to fix Twitter aren’t that great
Sorry, but Twitter needs more than some fact-checking notes to make it a friendly, healthy social network.
Ajit Pai questioned by senator about FCC’s debunked DDoS claims
Sen. Brian Schatz did not let him off the hook.
Trump bashes, owns, supports the free press—in 3 tweets
A coordinated statement by newspapers is undercut by the president on Twitter.
Ajit Pai’s Senate testimony on net neutrality is petty as hell
Pai is expected to mock 'hysterical predictions of doom' from proponents of net neutrality.
Activists push for net neutrality answers ahead of midterm elections
Polls show that voters want their lawmakers to support net neutrality.
Trump told Stern he considered a ‘Blacks against whites’ season of ‘The Apprentice’
'All highly educated, very smart, strong, beautiful people.'
The long, sordid history of law enforcement spying on Black Lives Matter
The Memphis scandal is just the latest.
Catching up with George Takei, social media statesman
The internet icon on Trump, history, and 'moving on.'
White supremacist gets interrupted during livestream by his angry dad
'I want this to stop in my room, Jason.'
Treasury Department may have broken federal ethics law with Trump retweet
It's not the first time the administration has violated the Hatch Act.
Memphis police used fake Facebook profile to spy on Black activists
One protester was arrested after interacting with the account.
White House revokes security clearance of frequent Trump critic John Brennan
The White House said Brennan showed 'erratic conduct and behavior.'