Future Tense Newsletter: Gay Dating Apps Create Connections Beyond the Bedroom
Eastern European Countries Are Getting Very Good at Responding to Cyberattacks
This Study on the Most Effective Facebook Headlines Will Make You Cry Tears of Recognition
The Other Consequence of Trump’s Attack on Federal LandsBy putting conservation efforts on the chopping block, he’s putting potential medical breakthroughs in jeopardy.
The Canny Valley of CookingA meal delivery service is hoping culinary technology will help it stand out.
Netizen Report: Arrest and Web Censorship Spark Online Protests in Palestine
Why the Los Angeles Times Accidentally Tweeted About an Earthquake That Happened 90 Years Ago
DHS Is Starting to Scan Americans’ Faces Before They Get on International Flights
We Finally Know Exactly What Happened in Last Year’s Fatal Tesla Autopilot CrashThere’s good news and bad news.
Come for the Computers, Stay for the BooksLibraries are rebooting to become tech hubs for schools.
Colorado Ballot Measure Moves to Ban Smartphones for Kids Under 13
The Main Revelation from the GOP Data Firm’s Leak? Political Data Is Vastly Overvalued.
Netflix Decides to Join the Net Neutrality Fight After All
Should Social Networks Be Held Liable for Terrorism?A new legal theory says yes.
Future Tense Book Event: Machine, Platform, Crowd
Come Watch Ex Machina With Rep. Ted Lieu in Washington, D.C.
Social Media Is Not Destroying AmericaPeople were once overly optimistic about social media’s potential to spread democracy. Now the pendulum has swung too far the other way.
Why the EU Just Slapped Google With a $2.7 Billion Fine
How Plausible Is Elon Musk’s Plan to Colonize Mars?
Key Government Privacy Watchdog Muzzled During Surveillance DebateEven as he complains about having his “wires tapped,” Trump has failed to appoint anyone to an important oversight board.
Grindr and Other Gay Dating Apps Want to Create Connections Beyond the BedroomFrom private hookups to public affairs.
Study: Hispanic Americans Use the Internet Less Than Any Other Ethnic Group
Future Tense Newsletter: Are Social Networks Profiting From Terrorism?
Should the Patent and Trademark Office Be Allowed to Change Its Mind?The Supreme Court will decide soon.
There Have Already Been 20 Government-Mandated Internet Shutdowns in India This Year
Lyft Isn’t Reinventing City Buses. It’s Undermining Them.
Theresa May's Ideas About Online Safety and Terrorism Might Backfire
Facebook’s A.I. Messenger Now Se Habla Español
Pakistani Court Sentences a Man to Death Over Facebook Posts
Netizen Report: China Has a New Cybersecurity Law