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A terrorist attack in New Zealand cast new blame on how technology platforms police content. But global internet services were designed to work this way, and there might be no escape from their grip.
The violent rhetoric was written for an audience.
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So how did a problem slip through?
Discord has become an indispensable tool for internet creators to connect with their fans.
Why the capital of the tech sector needs a monument to its glory
In the hospital and at home, illness data can be lucrative.
After analyzing a viral video depicting the shooting of Walter Scott, a college student finds himself going down the rabbit hole in an obsessive quest for the truth.
The Facebook CEO had a change of heart that could recast the future of the internet.
Ten years after Uber inaugurated a new era for Silicon Valley, we checked back in on 105 on-demand businesses.
An artificial-intelligence “artist” got a solo show at a Chelsea gallery. Will it reinvent art, or destroy it?
Americans are consuming more and more stuff. Now that other countries won’t take our papers and plastics, they’re ending up in the trash.
The new film documents what it’s like to come of age in the mobile era.
For better and for worse, robots will alter humans’ capacity for altruism, love, and friendship.
The media company, run by former Onion editors, promises that Musk—no longer part of the operation—isn’t responsible for the comedy.
Nanotech particles expanded mice’s sense of sight. But would they work in humans?
Like eating Tide Pods and snorting condoms, the Momo challenge is a viral hoax.
Squelching vaccine misinformation might be easier than the platform makes it seem.
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