Evgeny Morozov

Evgeny Morozov is a contributing editor at the New Republic and the author of To Save Everything, Click Here: The Folly of Technological Solutionism.

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Jan. 22 2014 12:55 PMStunt the GrowthThe “degrowth” movement could help fight climate change, government surveillance, and other 21st-century ills.
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Oct. 28 2013 11:52 PMThe Virality of EvilHow BuzzFeed’s translation project will hurt foreign news.
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Aug. 26 2013 11:14 AMLet’s Make the NSA’s Data Available for Public Use
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June 24 2013 7:45 AMConnecting the Dots, Missing the StoryWith Big Data, the government doesn’t need to know the “why” behind anything.
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April 26 2013 7:30 AMRequiem for Our Wonderfully Inefficient WorldTechnology like sensors may make us more efficient—but there’s a price to pay.
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April 2 2013 5:50 AMTo Save Everything, Click HereWhat Farhad Manjoo gets wrong about my book.
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March 1 2013 10:45 AMThe Curse of “You May Also Like”Algorithms and “big data” are good at figuring out what we like—and that may kill creativity.
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Dec. 31 2012 5:30 AMTearing Down the “Electronic Cottage”Why telecommuting may destroy your work/life balance.
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Oct. 26 2012 9:42 AMMuzzled by the BotsIntermediaries online are more powerful, and more subtle, than ever before.
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Aug. 27 2012 7:30 AMStay Out of My Kitchen, RobotsSome new cooking technologies may make the home chef more efficient—but they take the joy and serendipity out of the experience.
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May 28 2012 8:00 AMWhat Fearmongers Get Wrong About CyberwarfareCyberweapons aren’t easy or cheap to procure—and they could even promote peace.
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March 19 2012 7:11 AMA Robot Stole My Pulitzer!How automated journalism and loss of reading privacy may hurt civil discourse.
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Jan. 23 2012 7:43 AMWarning: This Site Contains Conspiracy TheoriesDoes Google have a responsibility to help stop the spread of 9/11 denialism, anti-vaccine activism, and other fringe beliefs? 
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Nov. 17 2011 11:51 AMOccupy the Net!Our Internet is a paradise for consumers but a hell for citizens.
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Sept. 16 2010 2:01 PMThe Great Internet Freedom FraudHow Haystack endangered the Iranian dissidents it was supposed to protect.
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Dec. 2 2013 10:28 AMI Know What Will Cheer You UpEmotion-detecting advertising is coming. Beware.
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Sept. 30 2013 9:00 AMHey, Big Fair-Trade SpenderApps promote ethical purchases, but do they inspire deeper learning?
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July 29 2013 5:43 AMDown With Lifehacking!It doesn’t make life better—it just makes us work more.
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May 28 2013 7:00 AMMy Map or Yours?Google’s plan to personalize maps could end public space as we know it.
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April 3 2013 3:41 PMTo Save Everything, Click HereTechnology journalism must be more than gadget reviews and business plans.
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March 7 2013 11:36 AMThe Wrong Way to Discuss New TechnologiesAs illustrated by anti-noise campaigns from the early 20th century.
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Jan. 30 2013 8:30 AMYour Social Networking Credit Score“Big data” can help determine who really deserves a loan. But there are dangers.
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Nov. 27 2012 11:19 AMIn Soviet Russia, Book Reads YouThe creepiness of software that monitors students’ e-reading.
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Sept. 25 2012 3:21 PMKickstarter Will Not Save Artists From the Entertainment Industry’s ShacklesA new study says crowdfunding benefits only certain kinds of movies.
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June 21 2012 10:00 AMThe Folly of Kindle DiplomacyThe U.S. partnership with Amazon won’t help dissidents spread ideas. It will only bolster conspiracy theorists.
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April 23 2012 7:15 AMWhy Hillary Clinton Should Join AnonymousThe State Department and the online mob are both destroying “Internet freedom.”
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Feb. 20 2012 9:05 AMThe Information Welfare StateThe "right to be forgotten" doesn't go far enough. We need mandatory insurance to protect online reputations.
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Dec. 19 2011 6:56 AMSaving FaceHow Google, Facebook, and other tech companies hide behind “opt-in” policies.
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Dec. 13 2010 6:30 PMIn Defense of DDoSDenial-of-service attacks are just another form of civil disobedience.
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Aug. 14 2008 5:31 PMAn Army of Ones and ZeroesHow I became a soldier in the Georgia-Russia cyberwar.

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