As data-mining companies and government decision-making edge ever closer, it is not just our digital privacy that’s at risk, but our very capacity to organize in solidarity.
It’s time for workers to throw off the shackles of big tech
Borders are not just political and economic: they are ideological
Can innovation thrive without capitalism?
Don’t buy into Facebook’s pivot to privacy
As corporations mine data and monetize the web, the divide between rich and poor on the Internet grows wider.
From exploding Ford Pintos to racist algorithms, all harmful technologies are a product of unethical design. Yet, like car companies in the ’70s, today’s tech companies would rather blame the user.
A new bill will help its intelligence agencies circumvent encryption. And what starts Down Under won’t necessarily stay there.
Women’s reproductive rights have been ill-served by top-down politics. The campaign to repeal the eighth should inspire us all
I look at my algorithm-generated ‘Recommendations for Lizzie’, and I don’t like that person – or the control involved in the process