Why Fake Locations Abound on Google Maps
4chan Trolls Impersonated Jewish Twitter Users. Again.
Jia Tolentino’s Debut Is a Hall of Mirrors You’ll Never Want to Leave
I Found Something Truly Disturbing on My Boyfriend’s Computer
Long Before Dating Apps, Young People Wooed Each Other Via Telegraph
Almost No One Can Stop 8chan. So Cloudflare Is.
Google’s Chrome Update Just Unlocked Lots of Newspapers’ Metered Paywalls
The Census Could Undercount People Who Don’t Have Internet Access
How Worried Should You Be About That Face-Aging App Made by a Russian Company?
We’ve Never Seen a Campaign Email Subject As Thirsty As This One
Congress Wants to Solve Deepfakes by 2020. That Should Worry Us.
Never Commit a Crime When Your Phone Is Connected to a Wi-Fi Network
Deepfakes and Fake Nudes Could Become a Big Problem. News Organizations Don’t Have to Publish Them.
Your Regular Reminder That the Internet Is a Fragile Place
The Cult of Life Hacking and the End of the Dream of Ultimate Productivity
Why Reddit Finally Quarantined r/The_Donald—and Why It’s Probably Scared to Ban It
Beta Blockers Were a Miracle Cure for My Stage Fright. Then They Took Over My Life.
How Candy Crush and Cancel Culture Inspired Dave Malloy’s New Musical
A Small ISP in Pennsylvania Tanked a Big Chunk of the Web on Monday
What the 1999 Disney Channel Movie Smart House Says About the Internet of Things Today