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Oct. 19 2016 4:44 PMWhy Don’t We Know More About Trump’s and Clinton’s Cybersecurity Policies?
Oct. 19 2016 7:30 AMMore Talking in Class, PleaseTechnology can limit student discussion—or encourage it.
Oct. 18 2016 7:15 AMOwnership and Deception in the Digital MarketplaceWhat really happens when you click “buy now.”
Oct. 17 2016 4:38 PMWill Technology Make Ownership Obsolete?
Oct. 14 2016 3:34 PMCards Against Humanity Funded This Amazing Anti-Trump Billboard
Oct. 12 2016 4:19 PMHow a Tweet Can Be Considered Assault
Oct. 12 2016 10:43 AMFuture Tense Newsletter: From Media to Content
Oct. 9 2016 9:16 PMThe Best, Worst, and Most Uncomfortable Lines of the Second Presidential Debate
Oct. 7 2016 5:44 PMFrancis Fukuyama Explains Why Children of Men Is So Great
Oct. 7 2016 3:08 PMIsn’t It Time We Designed an Election for the 21st Century? A Future Tense Event Recap.
Oct. 6 2016 4:13 PMNetizen Report: What Happened to the Syrian Technology Advocate Who Disappeared From Prison?
Oct. 5 2016 11:00 AMFuture Tense Newsletter: Owning Up to the Small Stuff
Oct. 5 2016 7:45 AMThe Daggerfall ParadoxAlgorithmically designed video game worlds are more personal because they lack personality.
Oct. 4 2016 12:38 PMHappy 30th Birthday to the Awful Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: A Future Tense Event Recap
Oct. 4 2016 11:17 AMHow to Rig an ElectionChanging votes isn’t the only way hackers could cause chaos on Nov. 8.
Oct. 19 2016 11:53 AMFuture Tense Newsletter: Buy It Never
Oct. 18 2016 4:13 PMGet Off the Trolley ProblemSelf-driving cars shouldn’t have to choose who to protect in a crash.
Oct. 17 2016 5:13 PMThe Apple Car May Have Failed. But At Least It Failed Fast.
Oct. 14 2016 5:13 PMGoogle News Is Adding a “Fact-Check” Tag. Good Timing.
Oct. 13 2016 12:10 PMNetizen Report: Brazilians Find the Limits of Free Speech on Facebook
Oct. 12 2016 3:16 PMRejoice! The iPhone Just Became a Little More Accessible to the Left-Handed.
Oct. 11 2016 7:37 AMSave the Right to HackThe good kind, of course.
Oct. 7 2016 5:45 PMThe Spies in Your EmailHow Yahoo risked user security by giving in to government surveillance demands.
Oct. 7 2016 3:17 PMWhat Slate Readers Think About Nanotechnology
Oct. 7 2016 7:15 AMYou Bought It, but You Don’t Own ItThe uncertain future of copyright in the on-demand age.
Oct. 6 2016 3:41 PMDistracted Driving May Be the Best Argument Yet for Self-Driving Cars
Oct. 5 2016 9:23 AMCan You Respond to an Email With a Phone Call? What About a Text Message?
Oct. 4 2016 5:56 PMGoogle Is ListeningIts new smartphone and smart speaker aren’t the real products. You are.
Oct. 4 2016 11:31 AMFuturography Newsletter: The Future of Ownership and the State of Nanotechnology
Oct. 3 2016 10:06 AMThe Security Debt Is Coming DueWhat hacks into voter registration systems say about the state of local government cybersecurity.