“America’s Failure to Lead Is Going to Come Back and Bite Us.” Sen. Mark Warner Explains How Congress Fell Behind on Regulating Tech.
How Sen. Mark Warner Wants to Crack Down on Tech
How to Tell Whether Your Account Was Hit by the Massive Facebook Hack
Facebook Purged a Ton of Political Spam—From Americans, Not Russians
Why Google Could Be in Trouble With the Feds Over the Google Plus Bug
Facebook Wants Us to Trust Our Privacy to Its New Video Chat Device. Really?
How Wikipedia Deals With Vandals, Harassers, False News, and Its Diversity Problem
White Supremacists Still Have a Safe Space Online. It’s Discord.
Facebook Employees Shouldn’t Be Surprised That an Executive Supported Kavanaugh at His Hearing. But They Should Be Mad.
The Federal Government and California Are Officially at War Over Net Neutrality
How SiriusXM’s Purchase of Pandora Could Change the Balance of Power in the Music Industry
What the Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan Makes of the Tech CEOs Taking Over the Media—Including Her Boss
Trolls Are Still Tweeting Christine Blasey Ford’s Address, and Twitter Hasn’t Stopped It
3D-Printing Gun Pioneer Cody Wilson Charged With Sexual Assault of a Minor
The Media May Need Tech Execs Like Marc Benioff. It Should Fear Them Too.
Twitter Is Giving Its Most Rabid Users What They Want: A Reverse-Chronological Timeline
Massachusetts Police Tweeted a Screenshot—and Accidentally Revealed They’re Watching Left-Wing Activist Groups
Reddit Just Banned a Bunch of the Message Boards Where the QAnon Conspiracy Theory Festers
The QAnon Conspiracy Theory Has Had Some Mysterious Online Boosters From Nearly the Moment That It Began
Twitter Has Finally Banned Alex Jones