A survivor uses his optimistic outlook—and his dancing skills—to entertain and teach, 30 seconds at a time
Who are you going to believe, the Democratic Party’s new official-unofficial, public-private monopoly tech platform censorship brigade, or your misinformed, disinformed eyes?
Using accusations of ‘disinformation’ to suppress scientific criticism, steer media coverage, and silence political opponents is not part of the operating system of a free society
In an overwhelming, unpredictable world, our virtual selves offer an appealing existential strategy
These days, the worst social media crime is daring to be a pro-Israel woman
How to make our public commons accountable to more than a few controlling shareholders
I can’t be the only person who has a Black Lives Matter sign but also believes Israel isn’t an apartheid state, who does Women’s Marches but thinks Hamas is not ‘La Résistance.’ Where is everyone else?
A new alternative to big tech platforms shows the creative benefits and costs of our radicalized moment
Combating the mother lode of misinformation—Holocaust denial—reveals that the problem is not simply detecting lies, but figuring out what’s true
The invite-only app promises to save something central to Jewish life: conversation
Two new books answer no
The invite-only, group voice-chat app tried to have a conversation about anti-Semitism that quickly turned anti-Semitic, including Holocaust revisionism and claims of Jewish economic domination. Can the platform avoid situations like this in the future?
Debates over free speech ignore the deeper problem: The tech monopolies that control social media have built their profit model on burnt offerings to the digital platform god
Facebook’s CEO is facing increasing attacks from Democrats, but the social media giant’s self-professed, high-minded motives hide a deeper truth
White liberals are leading a ‘woke’ revolution that is transforming American politics and making Democrats increasingly uneasy with Jewish political power
Months away from publishing her debut novel, a young Asian author and rising star of YA fiction just killed her own book to appease a social media mob condemning her work as racist despite the fact that they most likely hadn’t read it
As Congress investigates the Twitter account behind the viral Covington video, the media’s role in weaponizing tweets is being overlooked
David Patrikarakos’ excellent ‘War in 140 Characters’ is a terrifying and useful account of battle in the age of Twitter
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