"Real Donkeys" Uses Digital Donkey Translator at London Event (for Some Reason)
Facebook Is So Afraid of Controversy, It May Take the News Out of Its Trending News Section
Future Tense Newsletter: Lessons of the DNC Hack
All Maps Are Biased. Google Maps’ New Redesign Doesn’t Hide It.
It’s Official: Using Text Messages to Secure Your Passwords Is a Bad Idea
Was Russia Behind the DNC Leaks? It Sure Seems Like It.
RIP to the VCRA scholar of video technology reflects on the death of an analog medium.
Ted Cruz Keeps Trying to Protect Internet Freedom in Weirdly Wrong Ways
The Absurd Excuses Countries Give for Shutting Off Internet Access
The Trauma of Digital Warfare, on Hacking Mr. Robot: Week 2
How to Develop This Cutting-Edge Genetic Research ResponsiblyGene-drive technology is incredibly promising. But we need to proceed carefully.
Why You Still Can’t Use a Chip Card EverywhereThe transition was supposed to make financial transactions more secure. But the rollout is a little bumpy.
A Little Bedtime MathUsing stories to help keep kids from forgetting math skills over the summer.
Privacy From What?A new play starring Daniel Radcliffe shows just how muddled our conversations about data are.
Mapping the ArchivesThe Osher Map Library’s digital collections are beautiful and complex.
Could Fsociety Pull Off the DNC Hack?What Mr. Robot gets right about hackers, according to one member of 1990s hacking collective the L0pht.
How the GOP Ruined a Great MemeThe story of “This is fine” dog.
Why Didn’t Google Include Donald Trump in Its List of Presidential Candidates?
How the U.S. Could Respond to the DNC BreachSanctions are an option. So’s heckling.
The Democrats’ Other Server ProblemThe DNC should have outsourced its email to Google, Yahoo, or another major company.
WikiLeaks’ DNC Email Trove Includes Social Security Numbers, Credit Card Info
Canada’s Carbon Policies Try to Provide Something for Everyone
Netizen Report: Some Iranian Hardliners Want the Government to Stop Blocking Twitter
Tesla's New Master Plan Is Insanely Magnificent. Or Is It Magnificently Insane?
Taking a Glimpse Under the HoodIt’s increasingly difficult to know what your devices are doing behind the scenes.
Why It Makes No Sense to Judge Groups of People by Their Histories of Invention
Future Tense Newsletter: The Practice of Privacy
You Can Now Apply for a Blue Checkmark on Twitter, if You’re Into That Kind of Thing
How Protesters at the RNC Can Protect Themselves From Digital SurveillanceActivists at the political conventions should prepare themselves and their cellphones.
Snapchat’s “Live Story” From Nice Shows That Algorithms Don’t Handle Tragedy Well