Wrangling With the Facebook Problem

With Mark Zuckerberg set to testify today on Capitol Hill, and revelations last week that the Cambridge Analytica data breach is now estimated to have […]

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YouTube Bans Gun Videos. Raises Difficult Questions.

While Austin, TX was still searching for its serial bomber, various guests on CNN were of course speculating about the assailant’s level of expertise (perhaps […]

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Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, & Our Digital Dysfunction

In late November of 2011, one of the hottest-trending, internet-related topics was the campaign to stop the SOPA/PIPA bills. In early/mid 2017, the noisiest issue […]

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Time for a Fresh Conversation About Privacy and Publicity

“Recent inventions and business methods call attention to the next step which must be taken for the protection of the person, and for securing to […]

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FOSTA passes House. Internet should be broken any day now.

Is the internet broken yet? I suppose if you’re reading this, it isn’t. And if you’re not reading this, you’re looking at something else. On […]

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