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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
We Look Back on Some of Our Favorite Interviews From 2018
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An Author of an Explosive Senate Report Explains How Russian Trolls Found “Ready-Made Audiences for Propagandists”
We Talked to the Cybersecurity Expert Who Told the Senate We’re in an “Information World War”
How Amazon Fulfillment Center Workers in Minneapolis Are Fighting Back
A Civil Rights Group Targeted by Facebook Wants the Company to Fire Its Policy Chief
Two Gene-Edited Babies Were Reportedly Born in China. Where Do We Draw the Line on Medicine and Enhancement?
What Facebook’s Former Security Chief Says About That Damning Report in the New York Times
Facebook’s Former Security Chief Reflects on What Went Wrong
An Employment Economist Explains the Injustice Behind Amazon’s HQ2 Decision
Everything That Could Go Wrong With Voting Machines on Election Day
Tracking the Misinformation That Marred the Midterms
How Hate Online Leads to Violence Offline