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Reddit Cofounder Wants a Black Person to Take His Board Seat
Alexis Ohanian's resignation is among the most dramatic responses in the tech industry to the killing of George Floyd.
Mark Zuckerberg Is an Arbiter of Truth—Whether He Likes It or Not
Mark Zuckerberg has long said he doesn’t want to be the arbiter of truth. You don’t want me to be a censor for billions of ...
Weed Sales on the Dark Web Sales Surged Early in the Pandemic
So perhaps it's no surprise that as they filled their pantries and supply closets in the early days of the pandemic, online ...
Big Tech’s Role in Policing the Protests
This week, we discuss how tools developed in Silicon Valley are being used to erode the privacy and safety of citizens ...
The Police's Military Tactics Turn Peaceful Protests Violent
Research shows that calm and negotiation, not excessive force, reduces damage. So why are officers still turning to tear gas?
Review: Specialized Turbo Vado SL Equipped
I looked at it for a bit, then hopped on the ebike to head home. Why would you pick a pricey bike by a high-end bike ...
AI, AR, and the (Somewhat) Speculative Future of a Tech-Fueled FBI
A Novel of the Real Robotic Revolution is a technothriller that follows the hunt for a terrorist through the streets of a ...
Covid-19 Cases Were Already Rising Before the George Floyd Protests
The easing of stay-at-home orders and Memorial Day travel have led to spikes in some parts of the country. That’s bad news ...
Games Don't Do Enough to Combat Toxicity at Launch
Riot Games has cutting-edge moderation tools at its disposal. Few of them are present in Valorant, which launched this week.
As Businesses Reopen, Some Workers Fear Returning
Employees who decline to work amid the pandemic could lose both their paychecks and their unemployment benefits.
Schools Turn to Surveillance Tech to Prevent Covid-19 Spread
Administrators hope tracking beacons will identify where students congregate and who should be isolated if someone contracts ...
A Better Jobs Report Belies America's Breadlines
After weeks of speculation that the new figures might show unemployment topping 20 percent—Great Depression–era ...