A medieval Spanish passion play brings an ancient stereotype into the networked 21st century. Should the social media giant ban it from its platform?
Ep. 199: Live from San Francisco with Bari Weiss, author of ‘How to Fight Anti-Semitism,’ and Andrew Marantz, who covers online extremism for ‘The New Yorker’
The tech titans of the new digital economy aren’t really technology companies anymore, they’re network monopolies and they’re here to stay
Aleph-Bits is Tablet’s new feature about the ethics of digital life. In today’s column: Privacy is over, Facebook already controls all of your personal data, and the only real question is whether you’ll get anything in return.
The ‘gematria’ of status updates, in a new book of poetry by a 21st-century heir to the Kabbalists
The privacy consultant for Google’s ‘smart city’ just resigned. Is it possible that the company doesn’t really care about protecting privacy?
The company has suspended the poster, but questions of anti-Semitism online linger
An investigation by ‘The Times’ finds that even posts reported to the company remained available on the social media platform
Everybody gets it wrong sometimes, says the morally oblivious oligarch
Call us when you’ve figured out how verklempt we are with your social network
The Facebook CEO better drop the nebbish act and learn real teshuvah
This Passover, let’s break free from the new Pharaoh, Mark Zuckerberg, and cast aside the chametz that is social media
The social network blocked ads to Israelis living east of the Green Line
Forget it, graybeards. The world’s finest espionage agency doesn’t want you.
High school senior finds major bug with Whatsapp, the popular instant messaging platform
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.
Social media giant embarrasses itself by sending Rosh Hashanah greetings to gentiles, again revealing the problematic extent of its unchecked reach
Why Mark Zuckerberg is America’s Public Enemy No. 1
Can Facebook save the day?
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg opens up about the loss of her husband