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Blaming the Alt-Right’s Rise on Minorities Tweeting About Racism Gives the Alt-Right Exactly What It Wants
Google and Amazon Are Making It Harder for People in Repressive Countries to Access a Free Internet
No, Bari Weiss Isn’t Glorifying the “Dark Web”
Answers.com Will No Longer Take Questions and Answers
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New Study Shows Just How Terrible Facebook Is at Telling You How It Uses Your Data
It’s Time to Stop Saying “If You’re Not Paying, You’re the Product”
The Russian Internet Is in Chaos Thanks to the Country’s Ban on Messaging App Telegram
Experts (and Laypeople) Are Skeptical of Joy Reid’s Claim That Hackers Published Homophobic Comments Under Her Name
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How the FTC’s 1998 Case Against GeoCities Laid the Groundwork for Facebook Debates Today
FCC Chairman Wants to Cut Back Program That Helps Poor People Get Affordable Internet
Why Can’t the U.S. Government Make a Decent Map of Broadband Access?
If You’ve Self-Diagnosed on the Internet, Should You Tell Your Doctor?
Why Is Tyra Banks Unbearable on TV but Perfect as a Meme?
The Cyberutopian Promise, and Sinister Reality, of the Party That May Soon Rule Italy