The Democratic activist troika fighting his Twitter acquisition has identified a new front in the battle to turn American life into a perpetual partisan apocalypse
Choose your fighter
How to make our public commons accountable to more than a few controlling shareholders
Twitter will not free Palestine, but it will certainly make the world a more antisemitic place
How the German sociologist’s theory of charisma explains the effect of social media on modern politics
A powerful account of the April 14, 2014, Boko Haram mass kidnappings in Chibok, Nigeria, also provides a cautionary tale about what happens after the celebrity tweeting stops
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.
Like video game zombies they roam the fields of battle from Armenia and Syria to Iran, India, France, and Israel, engaging in a simulacrum of warfare, without risk
In an ugly display of Big Tech’s monopoly power, Twitter and Facebook censor the White House, U.S. senators, and the ‘New York Post’ for saying things that were reported in ‘The New York Times’ five years ago—and that the Democratic candidate has publicly boasted about
The tech monopolies and other U.S. elites are too heavily invested in the CCP to allow Trump’s ‘decoupling’
The day the Ivy League went full-on social media
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
The composer-playwright-actor-‘Hamilton’-creator collects multitudes of his Twitter platitudes into a [checks notes] mesmerizing book!
An outcry over a new show’s alleged fat-shaming may be more a crisis of criticism in the age of Twitter
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.
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