A Media Rights Lawyer Watches His Own Newsy Tweet Go Viral
When Brands Like the North Face Manipulate Wikipedia, Should That Go on Wikipedia?
The Ideal Self-Driving Car Is Shaped Like a Cone
Calling Data “the New Oil” Could Hurt Efforts to Protect Privacy
Breaking Up Facebook Would Be a Big Mistake
Deepfakes Are Troubling. But So Are the “Cheapfakes” That Are Already Here.
Future Tense Newsletter: How Not to Run an Election
Renewables Now Have Capacity to Generate More Power Than Coal in the U.S.
How Worried Should You Be About the Hack of Customs and Border Protection Data?
How Not to Handle Security Threats to Our Elections
Remember MiniDiscs? Neither Did We Until Radiohead’s Old Recordings Were Hacked.
Someday the U.S. Will Have to Actually Deal With Its Nuclear Waste Problem
Bring Back the Golden Age of Broadcast Regulation. Especially for YouTube and Facebook.
Is Owning a Smart Door Lock As Dumb As It Sounds?
The Clash Over Regulating Online Speech Goes Well Beyond the U.S. and Europe
A New Documentary Highlights Why Yelp Feels Unfair
Future Tense Newsletter: Winning the 5G Race
YouTube’s New Crackdown on Hate Speech Comes at a Curious Time
The New Black Mirror Asks How Much Personality a Smart Speaker Should Have
Apple Is a Tech Regulator Now