After the 2012 mass shooting, many asked: If this doesn’t lead to change, can we ever expect change? We should be asking the same of the insurrection.
An economist looks at public safety during the Covid lockdowns and also at the time of Spanish Flu.
The insurrection at the Capitol was planned on social media—and more plans are still being made in broad daylight across the internet.
The consequences of industrial livestock farming are severe. It’s time for investors and policymakers to put resources toward the alternatives.
The security state that failed to keep DC safe doesn’t need invasive technology to meet this moment—it needs more civilian oversight.
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have spent years fomenting and enabling yesterday’s violence at the Capitol. Policymakers need to do something about it.
Pundits and platforms have spent years mislabeling and underestimating threats to democracy. It led to the mob.
The situation has made clear that the field needs to change. Here’s where to start, according to a current and a former Googler.
If streaming can’t cure your stay-at-home blues, a spinning platter just might do the trick.
The social media giant would have you believe that Apple’s privacy update will hurt the little guys. But Facebook’s motives aren’t so altruistic.