The threat is private infrastructure, not all big business
Could an affordable, marketable-skills certification program from the search giant undercut the Ivy League?
A new deal between Facebook and Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp in Australia will help determine the future of what’s inside your head
The American political and legal systems are working just fine, despite a few hiccups. Meanwhile, American corporations are depriving citizens of basic rights and freedoms and destroying our democracy.
Not all mergers are the same. The ones underpinning our biggest Silicon Valley companies are uniquely bad—and deeply un-American.
The monopoly platform’s new policy of disappearing documents at odds with the expert opinion of the moment is both sinister and stupid
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 privacy consultant for Google’s ‘smart city’ just resigned. Is it possible that the company doesn’t really care about protecting privacy?
See Alan Dershowitz’s anti-Semitic brother, Natalie Portman as a dude, and a very surprising presidential cameo from Larry David.
Gadgets are cool, but your privacy’s cooler
Information is a public utility. We mustn’t allow it to be controlled by private corporations.
And that’s probably because it reads The New York Times and the Guardian
As more scholars and students turn to digital sources, libraries and archives are discovering a new purpose and new audiences
Now you can lean on the Silicon Valley giant for answers to your most pressing Passover questions
The Google-run video giant is losing advertisers due to its inability to police its own content. Here’s how it can turn things around.
Why Google’s Super Bowl ad, which included a mezuzah, is an important metaphor for America
Everybody’s favorite web-based Big Brother continues to have all the answers
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