Religious Exemptions for Vaccine Mandates Shouldn’t Exist

Freedom of religion was never meant to excuse people from obligations that apply to everyone.

This Facebook Whistleblower Hearing Will Be Different

Congress has been grilling the company’s executives for years. This time, Frances Haugen, the former employee…

The Senate Is Mad as **** at Facebook—Again

The latest hearing on Instagram and teen mental health was the depressing work of a legislature…

What Social Media Needs to Learn From Traditional Media

Government regulation will never fix everything wrong with online discourse. The industry needs to develop professional…

Google Is Getting Caught in the Global Antitrust Net

As more governments force US tech companies to change how they do business, one case in…

Can the Wisdom of Crowds Help Fix Social Media’s Trust Issue?

A new study finds that small groups of laypeople can match or surpass the work of…

Facebook Quietly Makes a Big Admission

The company’s new approach to political content acknowledges that engagement isn’t always the best way to…

Lina Khan’s Theory of the Facebook Antitrust Case Takes Shape

With a beefed-up complaint, the Federal Trade Commission explains precisely why it thinks the social media…

How an Obscure Green Bay Packers Site Conquered Facebook

The social media giant's new transparency report mostly succeeds in showing the extent of its spam…

It’s Time to Bring Back Cargo Pants

The much-maligned fashion trend is actually perfect for stashing your huge slab of smartphone.