Spurred by privacy concerns, one writer decided to quit cold turkey — and found what she was searching for
It began with a single tweet, posted by 23-year-old freelance writer and organizer Suey Park, that said: “Be warned. Tomorrow morning we will be have a convo about Asian American Feminism with hashtag #NotYourAsianSidekick. …
We already know everything about all our friends. So what else is there to talk about?
If the Internet is ever to be trusted again, the EU needs to set a new standard that limits surveillance
Filmmakers have given us a redacted history of Julian Assange—exactly the kind that WikiLeaks set out to dismantle
The misbehavior of America’s National Security Agency has made other countries want to wrest stewardship of the web away from us.
Students were not only distracted by their screens, but they no longer knew what was the most important thing to write down from lectures
In a world where we can now go online to escape the mainstream, the crowdfunding site offers the ultimate in ‘value-for-value’
Google’s plan to extend our life span will change love, work, and just about every aspect of society
A lot of laws, like mandatory condoms, may have unexpected side effects
An experiment involving two long-time friends who have blogged every day reaches its conclusion
The more people get their information by sharing online, the more positive stories get. New research underlines a growing trend in media