The Doomsday Clock reminds us that global catastrophe is closer than ever. But it doesn’t have to be all gloom.
From the Rose Bowl to upstate New York, people are turning to surveillance systems in the face America’s inability to meaningfully address gun violence.
Elizabeth Warren proposes to force Facebook to divest Instagram and WhatsApp. Her reasoning is flawed, but her prescription is correct.
With Time Warner in the fold, AT&T is now a three-headed conglomerate of media and communications.
Everyone frets about screen time, but what they should really be focusing on is something called connected parenting.
It’s not about keeping you safe from Facebook’s data-hoovering efforts. It’s about competing with other messaging platforms.
If the Facebook CEO’s reflection tour has revealed anything it is that even as he wrestles with the harms the platform has wrought, he is busy dreaming up new ones.
I was ashamed by my inability to readjust to new grammar. If I didn’t, my failure would exact social costs, registering as unintended disrespect—or worse, bigotry.
He was considered a wacko and denied access to a broad audience. Today, anyone can spread wild ideas online.