Why Elon Musk’s Companies Aren’t Melting Down, Even If He Is
Twitter Says It Wants to Reduce “Dehumanization.” That’s Not a Good Enough Plan.
YouTube Is Adding Fact-Check Links for Videos on Topics That Inspire Conspiracy Theories
How White Supremacists Planned Their Rally in D.C.
Alex Jones Gets to Declare a Real Info War Now
Apple Banned Alex Jones and Infowars, and Spotify and Facebook Followed Suit
Homemade Guns Are a Much Bigger Threat Than 3D-Printed Firearms
Facebook Just Removed Fake Accounts From “Bad Actors,” but Won’t Blame Russia Yet
A Timeline of the Worst Fires in California in the Past Few Years
Facebook Temporarily Banning Alex Jones Plays Right Into His Hands
Facebook Just Suffered the Largest Single-Day Value Drop in Wall Street History
The Difference Between Misinformation, Disinformation, and Malinformation—and How Facebook Helped Them Spread
Facebook’s Scandals Are Finally Starting to Hurt Its Business
The Sinclair Merger Is Probably Dead. But Media Consolidation Is Still a Huge Threat to Journalism.
Alphabet Is Making So Much Money That Its Record Fine From the EU Is Barely a Speed Bump
This Time, the Government Says It Will Tell Us if a Foreign Power Is Trying to Muddy Our Election With Disinformation
Repeat After Me: Facebook Is an Ad Business. Facebook Is an Ad Business. Facebook Is an Ad Business.
Republicans Just Refused to Spend More to Secure States’ Vulnerable Election Systems
What the Latest Mueller Indictment Reveals About Guccifer 2.0, the “Lone Hacker” Who Was Really a Group of Russian Agents
We Wouldn’t Need Facebook to Ban Infowars if We Hadn’t Let Facebook Get So Massive