Why Some Americans Are Cheering Germany for Taking on Facebook’s Policy That You Need to Use Your Real Name
Why Would a Tech Journalist Be Friends With a Neo-Nazi Troll?Quinn Norton’s friendship with the notorious Weev helped lose her a job at the New York Times. She wasn’t his only unlikely pal.
Reddit, Twitter, and Pornhub Ban “Deepfake” Porn That Swaps in Celebrities’ Faces Without Their Permission
Homeland Security Official: “Small Number” of State Election Systems “Successfully Penetrated” in 2016
Back From the BrinkWhat history can teach us about our current debate over truth and trust in the public sphere.
Russian Bots Wasted No Time Trying to Confuse People After the Mueller Indictment and the Parkland Shooting
What Good Is an Indictment for Online Election Meddling?The U.S. keeps filing indictments for cyberconflicts, even though nothing ever comes from them.
The Real Reasons Why Cybercrimes May Be Vastly UndercountedCrimes that target victims online might be soaring. But law enforcement agencies aren’t keeping up.
The Incomplete Vision of John Perry BarlowHe inspired activists to fight for personal liberty on the internet. He left out fighting for justice.
When a Breach Is Not a BreachSometimes it’s standard operating procedure in contemporary digital culture.
The Market vs. DemocracyThe tools that let companies place targeted ads online also help bad actors like Russia spread disinformation.