Will Oremus
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Will Oremus is Slate’s senior technology writer. Email him at will.oremus@slate.com or follow him on Twitter.

Politics
March 23 2017 5:38 PMThe Media Have Finally Figured Out How to Cover Trump’s LiesNot just falsehood by falsehood, but as the defining feature of his presidency.
The Slatest
March 15 2017 9:25 PMIrony Dies Again as Russia Today Launches Fake-News Debunker
Future Tense
March 7 2017 5:35 PMMove Fast and Break TrustGoogle’s alternative facts and Uber’s self-driving accidents are symptoms of a deeper problem that is only going to get worse.
Future Tense
March 1 2017 1:42 PMI Paid $20 to Ask Marc Andreessen Why He Blocks Me on Twitter
The Slatest
Feb. 27 2017 5:16 PMTrump Did the White House Press Corps a Favor. Now They Can Fix Their Gross, Corrosive Dinner.
Future Tense
Feb. 17 2017 5:43 PMFacebook’s New “Manifesto” Is Political. Mark Zuckerberg Just Won’t Admit It.
Future Tense
Feb. 9 2017 4:25 PMWikipedia’s Daily Mail Ban Is a Welcome Rebuke to Terrible Journalism
Future Tense
Jan. 31 2017 3:59 PMFacebook Is Cracking Down on “Inauthentic” Content
Politics
Jan. 23 2017 9:53 PMSean Spicer Got MilderTrump’s press secretary tried to steamroll the media and failed. Now he’s back to spinning them the old-fashioned way.
Moneybox
Jan. 18 2017 3:20 PMFox News Was the Dominant News Source in the 2016 Election, Survey Shows
Technology
Jan. 11 2017 1:06 AMBuzzFeed’s BombshellWhy the site published the explosive memos about Trump and Russia—and why no one beat them to it.
Future Tense
Jan. 6 2017 5:15 PMWhat Facebook’s Decision to Hire Campbell Brown Says About Its Future
Future Tense
Jan. 4 2017 6:29 PMWhy Mark Zuckerberg Is Suddenly Acting Like a Politician
The Slatest
Dec. 16 2016 8:45 PMObama Blames the Media for the Rise of Fake News. Is He Right?
Future Tense
Dec. 14 2016 4:54 PM“Is This Something That’s Going to Haunt Me the Rest of My Life?”What it’s like to be the IT guy who accidentally helped Russia (maybe) hack the election.
Politics
March 21 2017 2:46 PMI Have a Question. And Another. And Another. And…Why journalists should stop asking President Trump multipart questions.
Technology
March 15 2017 5:45 AMFive Fast Facts You Need to Know About Heavy.comHow an obscure news site began dominating your Google search results.
Cover Story
March 5 2017 8:00 PMTwitter’s New OrderInside the changes that could save its business—and reshape civil discourse.
The Slatest
March 1 2017 1:42 AMWhy the Media Fell Over Itself to Declare Trump’s Speech “Presidential”
The Slatest
Feb. 22 2017 4:44 PM15 Metal Albums Whose Titles Are Less Dark Than the Washington Post’s New Motto
The Slatest
Feb. 16 2017 6:35 PMThe Lies, Exaggerations, and Obfuscations That Came Out of Trump’s Mouth While He Called the Media “Dishonest”
Technology
Feb. 7 2017 9:08 PMWhy the White House Keeps Crying “Fake News”It’s a desperate ploy to distract the media from their real jobs.
The Slatest
Jan. 24 2017 5:35 PMThis Is What Happens When Trump’s Rhetoric Is Too Outlandish for His Advisers to Defend
The Slatest
Jan. 20 2017 6:28 PMHow Fox News Described Trump’s Speech: “Muscular,” “Masterful,” “Completely Nonpartisan"
Politics
Jan. 12 2017 3:38 PMHow Trump Is Manipulating the MediaHe exploited voters’ status anxieties in the election. Now he’s doing it to journalists.
Moneybox
Jan. 9 2017 4:41 PMNo, AP, You Don’t Need to “Fact-Check” Whether Meryl Streep Is Overrated
Future Tense
Jan. 5 2017 2:27 PMRussia Used Fake News to Influence the Election, Says U.S. Intelligence Chief
Technology
Dec. 20 2016 5:54 PMHow Many People Really Get Their News From Facebook?Not as many as you’ve heard.
Future Tense
Dec. 15 2016 1:03 PMFacebook’s Plan to Fight Fake News Is Sensibly Cautious
Technology
Dec. 13 2016 5:54 AMOnly You Can Stop the Spread of Fake NewsIt’s not enough to ignore bogus stories. Help slow their proliferation with Slate’s new debunking tool.

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