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“Meta” Isn’t a PR Move for Facebook. It’s a Plan.
The Grimmest Lesson of the Massive Facebook Leak
The New Nightmare Scenario for the Media
ExxonMobil Is the Most Damaging Tech Company
This Decade, Targeted Ads Exploded and the Damage Has Been Devastating
Be Careful Taking Sides in Mark Zuckerberg vs. William Barr
What It’s Like to DM With Russian Hackers
Making Sense of WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange
Facebook’s Workers Are Holding the Company Accountable. Right Now, They’re the Only Ones Who Can.
Facebook Is a Normal Sleazy Company Now
The Three Major Forms of Surveillance on Facebook
Facebook Was Letting Down Users Years Before Cambridge Analytica
How Choosing a New Librarian of Congress Could Secure Obama’s Presidential Legacy
Why the NCAA’s Punishment Was the Best Thing for Penn State
Why Our Universities Are Supposed To Be Terribly Inefficient
What Happens When Public Universities Like UVA Are Run by Robber Barons
The Google Books settlement should teach the company humility. It won’t.