‘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
The British government on Tuesday U-turned on allowing Huawei a role in the building of the UK’s 5G network. From…
Tech reporting or child exploitation?
Adjusting to the digital age presents a challenge like never before
Advertisers should stop pressuring social media to censor conservatives
The conservative app is not a driver of news and events
Whisper it, but social media ads weren’t all that effective in the first place
What if you push the buttons that worked before and nothing happens?
Why do news outlets keep seeking to out people who’ve done nothing wrong?
The Federalist, Google and the travails of the NBC News Verification Unit
NBC claims Google banned the Federalist from its ad platform...wrongly
There’s never been a better time for encouraging tech companies’ rank-and-file to speak up
Did Twitter just blow its Section 230 immunity?
Trump’s executive order against social media censorship doesn’t go far enough
No one should pay $40,000 a year for an online college degree
Why were they all jumping on Chinese spyware?