By Hayes Brown on September 18, 2013
Does the Federal government believe that terrorists are sharing resumes on the social networking site LinkedIn? LinkedIn wants to let its users know.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on September 17, 2013
It's fine to shame racist sentiments about Nina Davuluri, the first Indian-American Miss America. But let's get smarter about how to do it.
By Adam Peck on August 19, 2013
"I think our founding fathers are turning over in their graves right now," said Rep. Michael Grimm (R-NY).
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By Sy Mukherjee on August 6, 2013
GOP-led misinformation campaigns have left millions of Americans confused about health reform. The largest health website in the country wants to help change that.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on August 4, 2013
After thousands of activists pressured Twitter to crack down on the abusive speech that's often used as a tool to silence women, the company wants to prove it's listening.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on August 2, 2013
The social media giant has teamed up with a domestic violence prevention group to make sure survivors know how to safeguard themselves from their abusers online.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on August 1, 2013
After both right- and left-leaning sites publicized the crowd funding effort, an uninsured RedState blogger raised over $25,000 to cover his medical fees.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on July 25, 2013
The New York Post wants to know what's wrong with Huma Abedin in the ongoing Anthony Weiner scandal—but what's wrong with the New York Post?
By Alyssa Rosenberg on July 24, 2013
Internet shaming has become a popular tool, but it doesn't answer an important question: what are the appropriate consequences for jerks?
By Andrea Peterson on July 3, 2013