An outcry over a new show’s alleged fat-shaming may be more a crisis of criticism in the age of Twitter
On Twitter, a Case of Mistaken Identity Hurls an Israeli Reporter Into American Political Controversy
It’s Levin, not Lavin…
When Farrakhan and his supporters are out on social media racking up shares, retweets, and views, it makes it much harder to dismiss them as insignificant, despite the best efforts of many apologists.
Today on Jewcy: The ‘Harry Potter’ author defends Jews online.
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.
Facebook, Google, and Amazon Aren’t Consumer Choices. They are Monopolies That Endanger American Democracy.
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
As the petty politics of outrage slowly hollows out our discourse, deeper and profoundly Jewish questions about how we should live have increasingly fallen by the wayside
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