China Built an Army of Influence Agents in the U.S.
He Trolled the Trolls, Then One Killed Him
A Japanese cyber-security expert who defended basic decency was stabbed to death over the weekend. His killer was a troll who confessed he took revenge.
NO MORE GYM KARDASHIAN
Europe Wants to Ban You From Uploading Your Favorite Meme
Critics say new EU copyright rules would crack down on popular memes.
Glued to the Screen
Will Apple’s New iOS Curb Smartphone Addiction?
With the new Screen Time app, Apple is finally acknowledging that internet and smartphone addiction is real. But the app may be lacking a few key features, experts say.
The Sex Workers Taking Back International Whores Day
On Saturday in New York, sex workers’ rights activists gathered to denounce legislation that puts lives in danger — and to reclaim a day with a history of resistance.
One Dem’s Bold Plan to Win Back Trump Voters: Cheap Internet
Abdul El-Sayed, a candidate for governor in Michigan, wants to treat internet access like a public good for the entire state. He thinks Trump voters agree.
Is Comcast’s Brian Roberts Trying to Kill Net Neutrality?
The Comcast boss likes to remain in the shadows, but some claim he is using the cover of darkness to plot the end of fair access to the Internet.
Congress Can Save the Internet—but the Clock Is Ticking
It’s not too late to rescue net neutrality: Congress can restore the rules if it takes action before 60 legislative days have passed since they expired. But will it get the votes?