Social media monitoring has moved out of the police departments of big cities and into school administrations, raising the question of whether it is a suitable…View More Social media monitoring has moved into schools. Is it worth it?
As the midterm elections loom, the political world is doing what it does best: pointing to the polling numbers with either pride or alarm. In…View More Opinion polling’s identity crisis
You are careful with your personal information, right? Good — then you know all your rights when it comes to those service agreements you signed…View More The government is making data less personal
I wonder what would have happened if nobody had ever figured out how to run a plow through the sticky clay soil of the Great…View More John Deere’s Revolution
Experts say that section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 is one of the most important laws enacted for protecting the internet. It…View More The Disastrous FOSTA Bill
In late March, there were two tragic auto accidents, five days apart, both involving autonomous cars. In Tempe, Arizona, on the night of March 18,…View More Self-Driven to Distraction
Misinformation plagues our lives and is challenging our democracy. But like any wise capitalist knows, with every challenge comes an opportunity. And that’s exactly what…View More Could the Free Market Fix Fake News?
Facebook is down nearly $70 billion, there’s a #DeleteFacebook hashtag, and Tesla, SpaceX and Playboy have all deleted their pages. The headlines keep piling up…View More Obama Capitalized on Facebook Data First
Facebook is facing the perfect political storm, and much of it is well out of their control. I’m not talking about Facebook’s policies when it…View More Facebook’s #MeToo Moment
Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared in The Huffington Post in April 2014. With the author’s permission, we’ve republished it here. We have all heard…View More Tweet Yourself To A Younger You