A sore-loser president is promoting a last-minute assault on the underpinnings of discourse on the web
The curious co-existence on Netflix of ‘Emily in Paris’ and ‘The Social Dilemma’ reveals the choices that are not available to us
The global anti-monopoly actions show that what we are witnessing is a tectonic shift in the way big tech companies and their owners are being viewed
Is there another path we could take that might allow us to harness the benefits of these huge services, while also blunting their negative effects?
Hundreds of individual accounts linked to Indigenous, environmental, and social justice organizations were suspended from Facebook because they were co-hosts of an online Facebook event targeting the Coastal GasLink pipeline majority funder.
We should never be in the position of having to rely on the goodwill of a billionaire to allow democracy to work
Stocks and bonds may be weak, but we’re still in a raging bull market for one commodity, and that is disinformation
For a company so proud of its pursuit of a transparent information environment, Google has remained committedly opaque about informing customers on the way it gathers user data
Employers have long attempted to stifle lawful workplace organizing by monitoring social media
When you tell people they won’t be held accountable for their actions, it almost always ends badly. That’s what’s happened with our police and our social media