Recently by Dan Gillmor
Controversial Trade Deal Could Thwart Computer Security Research and Tinkering
Oct 15, 2015
Will Apple’s Control-Freakery Turn Personal Computers Into Big iPhones?
Sept 23, 2015
The Creator of the Internet Archive Should Be the Next Librarian of Congress
Sept 10, 2015
This Might Be the Best Internet Service Provider in the U.S.
Aug 26, 2015
I Use an Ad Blocker to Stop Third Parties From Tracking My Web Browsing. I’m Not Sorry.
Aug 13, 2015
Tech Companies and Carriers Should Be Legally Required to Issue Updates That Fix Security Flaws
July 30, 2015
We’re Going to See a Lot More Hoaxes Like the Bogus “Twitter Sale” Story. Prepare Yourself.
July 15, 2015
We Cheer for Robots Because We Admire Their Creators
June 09, 2015
Google’s New, Killer Offerings Come With Some New, Killer Privacy Concerns
May 29, 2015
Finally, a Victory in the the War Over Who Will Control the Devices We Use
May 12, 2015
United Should Thank, Not Ban, Researcher Who Pointed Out a Major Security Flaw
April 22, 2015
The Public Deserves to Know Exactly What’s in the Trans-Pacific Partnership
April 13, 2015
Apple Insiders Want You to Ignore the Last Biography of Steve Jobs and Read This One Instead
March 25, 2015
Google Should Not Decide What’s True and What’s Not
David Weinberger and Dan Gillmor
March 13, 2015
When Tech Companies Betray Consumers, Why Don’t They Own Up to It?
Feb 27, 2015
Tech Whiplash: Obama Endorses, Then Undermines, Encryption
Feb 18, 2015
I Thought the FCC Chairman Would Kill Net Neutrality Forever. I Was Wrong.
Feb 04, 2015
Google Can’t Tell You When the Government Wants Your Data. Here’s a Sneaky Solution.
Jan 29, 2015
For Political Leaders, More Surveillance Is Always the Answer
Jan 13, 2015
Should Software-Makers Be Held Liable for the Sony Hack?
Dec 18, 2014