How internet-fueled smear campaigns undermine Jewish institutions—and our idea of community
And to think we almost lost this anonymous genius by callously revealing his real identity…
Yesterday, the company issued new guidelines and took steps against Richard Spencer and other bigots. The Nation of Islam leader, who repeatedly calls Jews “Satanic,” should be next.
Can users of what is essentially privatized social infrastructure really log off?
Information is a public utility. We mustn’t allow it to be controlled by private corporations.
The iconoclastic Yale computer scientist, writer, painter, and lover of Medieval art has strong ideas about how America should be
Episode 99: Live in New York City with FiveThirtyEight political reporter Harry Enten and ‘How to Be a Muslim’ author Haroon Moghul
Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo’s death is the latest occasion for social media-propagated callousness and ignorant moral arrogance
Michael Cohen tweeted a picture of his daughter in lingerie, then asked a Twitter user if she was ‘jealous’ of her looks
The Times concedes one to the outrage trolls, and history weeps
In a special guest appearance, Patti LuPone plays a rabbi who reminds viewers that Tablet’s Twitter feed is a primary source for Jewish knowledge
The sad story of Milo Yiannopoulos: the Trump troll with Daddy issues
On the social network’s 10th birthday, here’s a pretty definitive guide to Jewish Twitter