Futurography Newsletter: What’s Ahead in 2017
Future Tense Newsletter: When Is News Actually Fake?
Come Hear Tim Wu Discuss His New Book The Attention Merchants
Why Russia Is Using the Internet to Undermine Western DemocracyPowerful Russians were terrified by the internet in 2011. Now they’ve made sure we are, too.
What Is “Military Artificial Intelligence”?It’s harder to define than you might think—and that has consequences.
Future Tense Newsletter: As American As the Internet
Tell Us What You Think About Internet Governance!All month, we’ve published pieces on the topic. Now we want to hear from you.
Hacking: Not Just for the Feds!The next big battles over law enforcement use of technology will involve local police.
Five Lessons From the Rise of BodycamsHow not to respond to the next police surveillance technology.
India Wants a Cashless Society. But There’s a High Cost.A sudden government change has created chaos—and long ATM lines.
Why the Ruling Against Wisconsin’s Gerrymander Could Change Redistricting in America
Predictive Policing Isn’t About the FutureIt’s about the past.
Netizen Report: U.K. Passes Blanket Surveillance Law
How the Rest of the World Feels About U.S. Dominance of the InternetShort answer: not great.
Twitter Is Banning Racist “Alt-Right” Leaders. It Should Explain Exactly Why.
What Slate Readers Think About Internet Governance
Law and Order Circa 2050: A Future Tense Event Recap
Jill Stein’s Vote Recounts Won’t Change the Election ResultsWe should do them anyway.
This Lovely Comic Book Imagines a Future We’ve Abandoned
Facebook Should Consider Subsidizing and Promoting Local NewsIt’s one way the social network could make up for the damage it’s done to journalism.
Do You Know Who Controls the Internet?Take our Futurography quiz!
The U.K. Has Passed a New Law Permitting Outrageous Surveillance. The U.S. Could Be Next.
How the Internet Works in North Korea“Works.”
Hackers Breached San Francisco’s Transit System and Demanded a Ransom
No, Donald Trump Does Not Suddenly Care About Climate Change
Should Police Bodycams Come With Facial Recognition Software?A technology embraced to protect citizens could have major civil liberties implications.
Google’s 21st-Century EmpireCountries don’t control the internet. Companies do.
How Pokémon Go Violates the Original Vision for Pokémon
Future Tense Event: What Will Law Enforcement Technology Look Like in 2050?
Now Is the Time to Replace Our Decrepit Voting MachinesWe can’t wait until something goes wrong in the next election.