Policies now extend to hateful imagery and to conduct both on platform and off.
No longer a scrappy startup for low-key tourists, Airbnb has become, well, complicated.
The Federal Communications Commission has voted to repeal the Net Neutrality protections it adopted in 2015. Here's what that means for the future of the int...
Users are swarming young girls and asking them to do inappropriate things. And the live-streaming app hasn't been able to stop them.
After 20 years of passive aggressive away messages and terrible flirting, AIM is leaving us for good. To honor its legacy, here are away messages from your favs.
Last December, internet cartoonist Branson Reese made a pact to release a new comic every day at midnight, no matter what. One year later, he has done that, which is pretty cool. The only catch is his art is really freaking strange, and we mean that in the best way possible.
Thanks for the meme-ories.
All these families and their content are similar enough that it’s hard for the untrained eye to discern why any particular one has been anointed over others. Parents and children mug for their audience of millions with the same ageless, frenetic gaze.
Inside the passionate culture of thought leadership on the hardest-working social network.
Jack Kim made it to the top of Reddit on Tuesday claiming he was a high schooler who got lucky with a viral porn app. Turns out he's none of those things.
Content moderators review the the dark side of the internet. They don't escape unscathed.
"Stephen has a message for the FCC that also involves a phrase beginning with 'F.'"
This is an evolution of a popular scheme.
By replacing human-curated judgement with data-backed judgement, AI ultimately narrows our field of vision and reduces our social and economic choices—in retail, dating, entertainment, education, health care, and job opportunities.
America invented the three-digit credit score. Now companies in China are taking the idea to the extreme, using big data to track and rank what you do — your purchases, your pastimes, your mistakes.
Why cryptocurrency will always be political.
One winter day in 2006, a good Samaritan named Alice posted to a community listserv: "Found: Boy's Blue Hat." The moment she clicked "send" unwittingly precipitated an iconic moment in modern Brooklyn parenting and early social media.
The most dramatic cybersecurity story of 2016 came to a quiet conclusion Friday in an Anchorage courtroom.
So many people watch porn online that the industry's carbon footprint might be worse now that it was in the days of DVDs and magazines.
It helps you poop, but is it made for the modern bathroom?
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