When Can You Take Your Rainbow Profile Picture Down Without Being a Jerk?
Why I Walked Out of Facial Recognition NegotiationsIndustry lobbying is shutting down Washington’s ability to protect consumer privacy.
Bad News: Supreme Court Blocked Power Plant Rules. Good News: The Era of Coal Is Over.
FCC Commissioner Says Internet Access Is “Not a Necessity”
Want a Same-Sex Marriage? Make Sure Your County’s Software Is Up to Date.
The Internet’s Dad Emailed 97,931 People to Let Them Know Their Passwords Were Compromised
Chinese Router Maker Implies That Wi-Fi Can Hurt Fetuses, Sparks Absurd Debate
Don’t Blame the VictimOPM was negligent. But it’s the perpetrators who should be held responsible for the data breach.
Chevy Issues Press Release Written Entirely in Emojis, Tries Way Too Hard
Netizen Report: U.K. Spied on Human Rights Organizations in Egypt, South Africa
Jury Awards $2.2 Million to Employees Over DNA Tests in “Devious Defecator” Case
The Lessons of the Crypto WarsThe right to strong encryption almost became law in the ’90s. Here’s what happened.
Man Accused of Using Drone to Spy on Hospital Patients Is Acquitted
Amazon Will Start Paying Some E-Book Authors by "Pages Read." That’s Smarter Than It Sounds.
How OK Cupid-Style Algorithms Can Increase Gender Diversity in Tech
Google Scrambles After Software IDs Photo of Two Black People as “Gorillas”
Maybe Don’t Shoot Down Your Neighbor’s Drone When It’s Not Even Over Your Property
What Does It All Mean? Google’s New Philosophical Chatbot Can Take a Stab.
Can an Online Teaching Tool Solve One of Higher Education’s Biggest Headaches?
After Nixing Every Title With a Confederate Flag, Apple Will Restore Some Games
Website Owners Deserve the Right to Stay Anonymous
The Navy Is Paying $9 Million to Keep Using Windows XP
Researchers Sharing Data Was Supposed to Change Science Forever. Did It?
Report: 18 Million People May Be Affected by OPM Hack
This System Lets You See in Front of That Enormous Semi on the Highway
Gmail’s Unbelievably Useful “Undo Send” Feature Is Out of Experimental Testing
Facebook Can Even ID You in Photos Where Your Face Isn’t Showing
Northern Lights Surge as Huge Solar Storm Reaches Earth
A Hacking Group Has Been Undermining Anti-Virus Software, but It’s Not Who You Think
Design Isn’t About Making Products. It’s About People’s Lives.