People use social media in lots of different ways. If you don’t like the way someone you’re following uses it, there’s a very easy solution to your problem.
The tech industry needs to accept its ethical responsibility in light of growing government oppression.
Periodically, the ghost of real names policies rises again in discussions about online abuse. Such policies do not work, so why do people keep promoting them?
What if you build it and they don’t come? Not all technical innovations are needed, or even particularly welcome, so how can the tech industry learn to do the most good?
In an era of growing connectivity, why do so many workplaces still insist on demanding that people report for work in person?
Are psychologists and counselors keeping pace with online culture? Should they be?
Pokemon Go was a runaway success, but it also brought up some privacy problems. When the consumer becomes the product, this is perhaps the inevitable result.