In 2014, I Thought Technology Would Help Bring Freedom to Hungary. It Didn’t Happen.
Hackers Accessed Thousands of Emails From House GOP Campaign Committee Before Midterms
Jailing Executives Won’t Stop Major Corporate Data Breaches
Even if It Followed Ethics Rules, Recent Genetic Editing Research Could Still Be Unethical
Tumblr Should Not Ban Porn. It Should Welcome More Porn!
The Treasury Department Is Trying Something New to Stop Ransomware Attacks. Will It Work?
What We Know About the Marriott Hack Affecting Up to 500 Million Guests
DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather Fined for Cryptocurrency Fraud After Illegally Promoting Scam Coin
Finding Technology’s Supernatural Spirit in a Pile of Abandoned Dolls
Inmates Catfished Hundreds of Military Members in Large-Scale Sextortion Scam
Future Tense Newsletter: The Prodigy Market
A Chinese Scientist Says He Has Genetically Edited Babies. Confucius Has Nothing to Do With It.
The Sony Pictures Breach Showed How Hard It Is to Respond to Hacks Intended to Humiliate
Human Capital Is Becoming a Security to Sell, Package, and Even Short
Imagine a Future in Which People Can Buy and Sell Shares in One Another
Is There Any Good Reason to Buy an Alexa-Enabled Amazon Microwave?
DHS Wants to Use Credit Scores to Decide Who Gets to Become a Legal Resident
Why Has Bitcoin’s Price Fallen So Sharply This Week?
Future Tense Newsletter: Privacy’s New Colossus
The 1951 British Comedy That Anticipated Our Fears About Nanotechnology