Who owns the internet? Everyone but us. Sparky Abraham makes a case for nationalizing the infrastructure of an increasingly online world.
In the days following Trump’s proposal of a pardon, the public reexamines the actions and inner world of Edward Snowden.
The Singularity’s not coming to save us, but that doesn’t stop the world’s worst people from trying to bring it about.
Managing Editor Lyta Gold on Star Trek, Silicon Valley’s lack of imagination, and the arrival of an unexpected future.
Why Jeff Bezos must be stopped before it’s too late.
An investigation into VIDA Select and other dating services, which promise all the thrill of conquest without the mess of effort.
It’s simple: When private companies are the gatekeepers to the public square, guaranteed civil liberties essentially cease to exist.
Is social media irredeemable? Or is capitalism, once again, the real villain?
Big tech is watching its step and trying to appear ethical during coronavirus. Don’t be fooled.