Why It’s So Hard to Live in California
Did Facebook’s Design Help Make It Toxic—and Could Its Redesign Fix It?
Early Libertarian Dreams of a Free Internet Didn’t Work Out as Planned
Why a Mark Zuckerberg–Funded Education Program Is Flailing in Small-Town Kansas
What It’s Like to DM With Russian Hackers
Making Sense of WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange
How Many Cows Are Saved by Fake Meat?
Why Big Tech Companies Are Suddenly Trying to Save Local News
Drivers Say Uber and Lyft Are Cutting Their Pay Ahead of the Companies’ Multibillion-Dollar IPOs
Facebook Live Gave the New Zealand Shooter a Stage
Your Social Media Photos Are Helping to Build the Surveillance State
What You Should Know Before Trusting a VPN
Why the People Who Do Facebook’s Most Disturbing Job Don’t Work at Facebook
Critics Warn of Trusting Palantir to Work With the United Nations
Jeff Bezos Lost His Own Privacy. His Company Is Invading Ours.
The Judiciary’s Paywall to Access Public Court Records Makes Millions
BuzzFeed Was the Media’s Best Hope in the Facebook Era. So What Now?
Juul Claims to Be a Smoking Cessation Device, but Kids Who Don’t Smoke Love It
The Atlantic’s Taylor Lorenz Explains What Teens Are up to Online in 2019
IPhones May Be Fading While Serious Privacy Concerns Emerge From Phone Carriers