by Jessica Goldstein Apr 19, 2016
"They can't achieve that ultimate goal if it is not safe for women, or if it subjects people to abuse that is dangerous and frankly horrifying."
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 11, 2016
Yik Yak may be down for the count, but if it could give users a reason to bond, rather than just gossip, then it might be able to keep from going under.
by Jessica Goldstein Mar 30, 2016
The News Genius Web Annotator is a tool that allows anyone to add any commentary to any page on the internet.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 24, 2016
The chatbot went from quirky quips to racist rants in a matter of hours, highlighting the depths of Twitter's abuse problem.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 17, 2016
"We're not going to talk about Gamergate. Gamergate is a symptom."
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 9, 2016
4chan founder Chris Poole, also known as "moot," oversaw one of the darkest corners of the internet. Can he bring Google the same success without drawbacks?
by Ian Millhiser Feb 7, 2016
It's not every day that a candidate labels activities that are ostensibly done to bolster his or her candidacy "crap."
by Jack Jenkins Jan 22, 2016
"Access to digital networks entails a responsibility for our neighbor whom we do not see but who is nonetheless real and has a dignity which must be respected."
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 21, 2016
Tagging the wrong person in a Facebook post could land you in jail.
by Lauren C. Williams Dec 30, 2015
Following a tumultuous year both internally and in the public eye, Twitter is taking another stab at repairing its image by reenforcing its anti-harassment policies.