How Much Is Facebook Really to Blame for Ethnic Cleansing in Myanmar?
The notion that it’s wholly responsible may be a bridge too far.
How Facebook Can Prove It Doesn’t Discriminate Against ConservativesMore transparent moderation policies would help everyone.
What the Manic Market for Trading Technicolor Blockchain Cats May Tell Us About the Future of ArtThe “cryptocollectibles” frenzy may be coming for fine art, music, film, and more.
The U.S. Is Finally Getting a System to Warn When an Earthquake Is ComingBut will its alerts come in enough time to make a difference?
Can They Really Delete That?One writer’s weird, tedious, and infuriating attempt to track down federal agencies’ policies around deleting tweets.
Securing the Future VoteWe have to look beyond 2018 and 2020 when it comes to protecting the integrity of our elections.
Cities Need to Band Together on Self-Driving CarsWe need a modern-day Hanseatic League to give local governments bargaining power.
Watch Zuckerberg Struggle to Answer Sharp, Uncomfortable Questions About Peter Thiel’s Creepy Company
What Will Congress Do to Facebook After It Grills Mark Zuckerberg?We asked Republicans and Democrats.
A D.C. Ride-Sharing Service Illegally Discriminated Against Minority Communities for Nearly Two Years
There’s No Easy Tech Fix for Online Hate SpeechMark Zuckerberg says A.I. is on the way to help. But you should be skeptical.
Georgia’s Governor Is About to Sign a Terrible Cybersecurity BillIt would put networks in the state at greater risk.
Before Facebook, There Was GeoCitiesThe FTC’s 1998 case against an early web pioneer laid the groundwork for data privacy discussions today.
Ignore Mark ZuckerbergHis promise that new EU data privacy guidelines will be “rolled out” to American users is misleading.
Election Meddling Doesn’t Just Happen in the U.S.The topic didn’t come up in Zuckerberg’s congressional hearings, but it has global importance.
Are Algorithms the New Campaign Donation?It’s difficult to assess their market value, and they can move between organizations easily. That’s a problem.
A Breath of Fresh, Condescending, Aggressive Air on Corporate TwitterKäthe from T-Mobile Austria’s Twitter account may be terrible at her job, but at least she’s honest.
How Corporations Convinced Us Personality Tests Are Super FunAnd how that made Cambridge Analytica possible.