Over at Arc Digital, Derek Robertson takes a view on the “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” meme/trope/battlecry that is everywhere these days, both on the internet and spilling over to real life.
I’ll admit, I don’t worry a lot about my privacy. But is there a limit to what I’m willing to share?
It is epically discouraging to know that no matter how hard you try, someone else is always going to be better.
Overlooked points on the issue of platforming
And now you get to know about them all.
Those that have argued that online content providers should be regulated are about to get some real world data on what that might look like.
How much control should we have over our “personal” data?
Net neutrality is officially repealed as of Monday, June 11. While the vote to repeal occurred back in December, the process required several further steps before officially being implemented on Monday.
This Week: Oppression, Relationships, Internet, Vice, and the Planet.
For whatever it’s worth, the FCC has released the full text of its Title II Reclassification… (Link and full text of the new regulations after the break.)
Considering Apple’s latest “bauble.”
Via esteemed OT commenter and occasional guest contributor dhex.
Franzen argues that modernity has left Americans mired in distraction, and critics help prove his point.
Abusing its power as the custodian of internet traffic is going to cost the US. Why the US should learn the lessons of Pax Brittanica and work to restore the world’s trust as guarantor of data freedom.
Once something is published on the Internet, it’s too late to take it back. Ask Anthony Weiner. Pictured to the left is a 3D printer. As predicted here more than half a year ago,...
[Updated: It appears that I misread David’s post – and the responses of some of his commenters. My bad. Huge apologies to all involved, especially David.] I’m just going to fess up right...
The Oatmeal published this, Alex Knapp took The Oatmeal to task, and The Oatmeal subsequently responded with a defense of the earlier comic. Some further tweets and hundreds of thousands of page views later...
Will Wilkinson, the day after Steve Jobs’ death: As an undergrad I was an art major. Frankly, few of my fellow art majors were talented enough to make a living at it, even...
Rachael Levy writes in Slate: “If you’re looking for WiFi at the South by Southwest tech conference this week, instead of heading to a cafe or bumming off of a neighbor, you might just...