Colossal mistakes in 2017 have YouTube on the hot seat, as it should be: Google is punishing the marginalised communities that made YouTube such a success.
The solution to the North Korea problem lies in ‘coercive diplomacy’ and patience to work with other Asian nations who have a vested interest in stability.
When the “Worst Tweet Ever” is followed by doxing and attempts to ruin a woman’s life, the internet needs to check itself before it wrecks itself.
In a recent shocking case, thousands of viewers gathered to watch a British woman being raped on the streaming service Periscope. This isn’t the first incident of crime broadcast live — so how are we going to deal with it?
Get the story behind BART’s Twitter, a strange cause of suicide in an Australian soldier, striking hospital workers, and more.
What if you could live on forever as a digital avatar?
The saga’s not over yet.
When you put the concept of “reverse racism” in context, it is revealed as entirely morally, intellectually and politically fallacious. Much like “political correctness gone mad,” it is less a phenomenon that actually exists than a right-wing dog-whistle.
It dawned on me that the phrase “crying racism” is both dismissive and silencing.
What we’re seeing with our changing notions of sharing and ownership might be a new hybrid of orality and literacy.