How a Printer Company Redefined OwnershipLexmark’s strategy has changed the rules about what you can do with something you “bought.”
Come to a Free Screening and Discussion of Never Let Me Go
Future Tense Newsletter: Buy It Never
Get Off the Trolley ProblemSelf-driving cars shouldn’t have to choose who to protect in a crash.
The Apple Car May Have Failed. But At Least It Failed Fast.
Google News Is Adding a “Fact-Check” Tag. Good Timing.
Netizen Report: Brazilians Find the Limits of Free Speech on Facebook
Rejoice! The iPhone Just Became a Little More Accessible to the Left-Handed.
Save the Right to HackThe good kind, of course.
The Spies in Your EmailHow Yahoo risked user security by giving in to government surveillance demands.
What Slate Readers Think About Nanotechnology
You Bought It, but You Don’t Own ItThe uncertain future of copyright in the on-demand age.
Distracted Driving May Be the Best Argument Yet for Self-Driving Cars
Can You Respond to an Email With a Phone Call? What About a Text Message?
Google Is ListeningIts new smartphone and smart speaker aren’t the real products. You are.
Should Silicon Valley Tolerate Peter Thiel?Why the billionaire’s support of Donald Trump is dividing the tech industry.
Why Don’t We Know More About Trump’s and Clinton’s Cybersecurity Policies?
More Talking in Class, PleaseTechnology can limit student discussion—or encourage it.
Ownership and Deception in the Digital MarketplaceWhat really happens when you click “buy now.”
Will Technology Make Ownership Obsolete?
Cards Against Humanity Funded This Amazing Anti-Trump Billboard
How a Tweet Can Be Considered Assault
Future Tense Newsletter: From Media to Content
The Best, Worst, and Most Uncomfortable Lines of the Second Presidential Debate
Francis Fukuyama Explains Why Children of Men Is So Great
Isn’t It Time We Designed an Election for the 21st Century? A Future Tense Event Recap.
Netizen Report: What Happened to the Syrian Technology Advocate Who Disappeared From Prison?
Future Tense Newsletter: Owning Up to the Small Stuff
The Daggerfall ParadoxAlgorithmically designed video game worlds are more personal because they lack personality.
Happy 30th Birthday to the Awful Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: A Future Tense Event Recap