Three Legal Scholars Debate the Internet Law That Everyone Seems to Hate Right Now
Clarence Thomas Is Begging Someone to Sue Over Conservatives’ Most-Hated Internet Law
Texas Grand Jury Indicts Netflix Over Cuties, Doesn’t Understand First Amendment
Lessons for Congress From the Big Tech Antitrust Hearings
The Trump-Twitter War Shows That Section 230 Can Work Beautifully
Did the Early Internet Activists Blow It?
Tech Companies Like Facebook Should Have to Safeguard Your Data Like Lawyers and Doctors Do
The Creator of Godwin’s Law Interviews David Simon About Nazis on Twitter and Much More
Australia’s Digital Health Records Program Went From Opt-In to Opt-Out. Chaos Ensued.
After the Supreme Court’s Carpenter Ruling, Where Is the “Reasonable Expectation of Privacy” Heading?
The Anti–Sex Trafficking Bill Won’t Fix the Problem, but It Will Hurt the Internet
A Bill Intended to Stop Sex Trafficking Could Significantly Curtail Internet Freedom
Don’t Freak Out About the FCC’s New Approach to Net Neutrality
I Have Glimpsed a Future Without Those Pesky Cable TV Boxes, and It Is Good
The Many, Many, Many Flaws of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act
Ruling in Favor of Google Books Is a Rare Example of Legal and Poetic Justice
Activists Criticized Facebook’s Internet Project for Developing Nations. Facebook Listened.
France’s Privacy Regulators Want to Dictate What You (Yes, You!) Can Find Online
An Ancient Email Privacy Law Might Finally Be Updated. Congress Needs to Get It Right.