Encryption uses calculations which are easy to perform one-way round but almost impossible to reverse
Why does this idiotic item persist?
Britain sends a clear picture to foreign adversaries about the costs of their online influence campaigns
This battle will run for years and enrich armies of lawyers
For lazy journalists, Wikipedia is the only thing they read when ‘researching’ an article. And why not?
If a bombshell goes off in the forest and no one is allowed to talk about it, does it make a sound?
The three scientists who created it aren’t outliers or cranks, but professors at Oxford, Harvard and Stanford
Resistance Twitter and the misinformation of the left
Why can’t Amazon and Facebook do what Carnegie and Rockefeller did?
The company’s ‘Business Accused of Racist Behavior’ tag is straight out of the CCP playbook
There was always a whiff of desperation to the Cambridge Analytica obsession
‘Democrats have rejected opportunities to explore concerns about bias’
The Tangled Web We Weave: Inside the Shadow System That Shapes the Internet by James Ball reviewed
‘A growing bipartisan consensus is emerging against the power of the Big Tech companies’
The new Facebook ‘Oversight Board’ is an attempt to prove that he is not above accountability and is responsive to criticism
Silicon Valley, like Wall Street, might talk left, but it makes sure to donate to both parties
‘Misinformation’ is defined so vaguely that it can be applied increasingly liberally to all manner of online content
Going back to the media of 25 years ago would not go well for the President or for conservatives
Almost no journalist will write about why the Chinese app is a national security threat
Drawing the dividing lines is more difficult with software
No one in Congress over the age of 50 should be sitting on a committee overseeing ‘Big Tech’
The nature of the deadly crackdown in Burma has made obtaining evidence a difficult task
Chaos and division is the real goal for Russia
The scammers showed me how generous my friends really are