Do politicians know what they’re talking about when it comes to tech?
‘We’re seeing people try to define more speech as dangerous’
Chris Hughes’s attack on his co-founder won’t stop the spread of misinformation
The government has done nothing to meet the challenge of creating a new generation of graduates qualified for a future world
They believe in you when no one else will
The social media giant is bad for the press and bad for freedom
The crypto winter has turned to spring
Alexander Nix, the former CEO, talks Trump, Brexit, and psychographics
Trump is fighting digital oligarchy with its collaborators
It could get ugly. It could just be more hot air
By banning, Twitterbook and Instaface are becoming publishers
Faith in the power of social media is turning politicians into vloggers
‘All I will do now is build the equivalent in Europe of what Infowars is in America’
Internet guilt is obscenely subjective
Media companies favor competing with one another over finding what they’re best at. Their employees have paid the price
Never attribute to malice or stupidity that which can be adequately explained by greed
As suspicions about technology’s dark side increase, the ‘digital detox’ has grown in social status
The Facebook CEO is enthralled by the power ancient tyrants wielded
Doing otherwise would be a great disservice to American audiences.
Why is government absent when it comes to a predatory company out to destroy all opposition and pay the minimum tax in the process?