No, but prosecutors did go too far in pressing felony charges
Viewpoint: The Government Would Like to Keep Reading Your E-Mail
A recent vote in Congress continues to allow easy access to private correspondence
The Backlash Against ‘I Am Adam Lanza’s Mother’
As Liza Long, author of “I Am Adam Lanza’s Mother,” is critiqued, let’s take a look at our long tradition of blaming moms
When News Goes Viral: The Biggest Headlines of 2012 (According to Google)
What news stories went viral this year? Google’s list of the top 10 trending events includes some surprises
Is Yelp Really for Morons?
The problem with restaurant reviews on the crowdsourced site — and how to fix it
How to Use Technology to Make You Smarter
What you need to know to get your gadgets to increase, not decrease, your intelligence
Introducing Changes to Our Commenting System
Things are changing at TIME.com. Along with our brand-new look and feel (more on that here), we’re happy to announce we’re switching to LiveFyre for our new commenting system.
Can Education Entrepreneurs Do Well And Do Good?
Business and education don’t always mix, but a new generation of edupreneurs is responding to genuine needs in the classroom in ways big companies haven’t
Why Orange Juice is More Expensive on Saturday
Seasonal price variations are not new but beware of hour-to-hour fluctuations
Salman Khan: The New Andrew Carnegie?
The emergence of free, high-quality online courses could change learning forever
Why ‘Data Smog’ May Be Making You Depressed
Information overload leads to stress, especially when much of that information is useless
Do We Really Need to Protect Children From the Internet?
By focusing on the dangers of the Internet, we risk losing sight of its benefits