The Hillary Clinton Scandal Isn’t Just About Email
Cybersecurity Needs Its Own CDC
How Social Media Makes the Grieving Process More Difficult
Why Speech Recognition Technology Isn’t Very Good (Yet)
Everything Electronic You Own—iPhone to Subway Card to Power Strip—Can Be Hacked. So How to Defend Yourself?
The Shocking Things I’ve Overheard on the Acela
I Thought There Were No Photos of My Daughter Online. Then Slate Readers Found One.
Why We Post Nothing—Nothing—About Our Kid Online. You Should Do the Same for Your Kids.
Your Flight’s Delayed: Here Are 11 Ways—Several of Which Are Very Sneaky—to Get Home Faster
I Measure Everything My Kid Does, and Track It on Spreadsheets. It Makes Me a Better Parent.
Why It’s So Much Harder for the Government to Spy on Your Snail Mail Than Your Email.
No One’s “Snooping” on You: You Share Your Private Data with Corporations and Governments All the Time
How I Used Algorithms, Data, and Lists To Game Online Dating and Find My Match