Leticia Miranda: Why Comcast Seems to Be Walking AwayApril 2015
A Comcast Time Warner Cable behemoth could have spelled trouble for consumers and online innovators
Julie Angwin: The World’s Email Encryption Software Relies on One Guy, Who is Going BrokeFebruary 2015
Werner Koch’s code powers the email encryption programs around the world.
Jay Walljasper: Squashing Municipal BroadbandJuly 2014
Why are state legislatures and congressional Republicans objecting to municipal broadband networks?
David Morris: How To Save Equal Access on the InternetMay 2014
Publicly owned networks in cities across the US preserve net neutrality and provide quality service.
ProPublica: Weibo IPO Reveals a Company Struggling With CensorshipApril 2014
Weibo, “China’s Twitter,” started offering shares on NASDAQ yesterday. Its regulatory disclosures reveal a company’s balancing act between censoring too much and too little.
Julia Angwin: U.S. Government Pays to Undermine Internet Security, Not to Fix ItApril 2014
Don't be a bleedingheart about Heartbleed.
Astra Taylor: Open Systems and Glass CeilingsApril 2014
The disappearing woman and life on the internet.
Catherine Crump and Matthew Harwood: Invasion of the Data SnatchersMarch 2014
How big data and the internet of things means the surveillance of everything.
Melissa Gira Grant: The PeepholeMarch 2014
Sex, work, and the eye of the beholder.
Playing FavoritesFebruary 2014
If a company were to commit to decline all government censorship surveillance requests, it would be able to do business precisely nowhere.
Tom Engelhardt: The Golden Age of Journalism?January 2014
What if it's not a decline in (print) journalism, but a rebirth of new (new) journalism?
Hard WiredMarch 2013
On the evolution of Internet bullying, resilience of underdogs, and the promise of today’s teens.
Avi Kramer: The Fine PrintNovember 2012
To get Internet access in my apartment I had to give up my legal rights.
You probably did too.
Michelle Koufopoulos: Morally Bankrupt Fascist BabykillerSeptember 2012
Can we balance free speech and privacy with basic decency in online communities?
Announcing $22.5 Million Fine, FTC Says It Investigated Google’s Internet Tracking Early OnAugust 2012
Senior FTC official said it was looking into the Google privacy issue before any articles were published about the case.
Leah Carroll: A Journey to the Center of the InternetMay 2012
A new book reveals the hidden physical infrastructure of the internet.