Evan Engel

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Evan Engel

6 days ago

Dennis Kucinich was mocked in his presidential bids. Turns out he was the future of politics.

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Evan Engel

7 days ago

The Libertarian Who Accidentally Helped Make the Case for Regulation

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7 days ago

The Era of Fake Video Begins

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20 days ago

'Heck it was productive': New Zealand employees try four-day week

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20 days ago

Here are the internal Facebook posts of employees discussing today’s leaked memo

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30 days ago

The NSA Worked to “Track Down” Bitcoin Users, Snowden Documents Reveal

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34 days ago

How Conservative Activists Catfished Twitter

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38 days ago

I'm From Philly. 30 Years Later, I'm Still Trying To Make Sense Of The MOVE Bombing

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40 days ago

Just about every problem we battle in understanding the news today — and every one we will battle tomorrow — is exacerbated by plugging into the social-media herd.

For Two Months, I Got My News From Print Newspapers. Here’s What I Learned.

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Evan Engel

48 days ago

Stop Blaming Russian Bots For Everything

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52 days ago

Outrage is the new porn.

How ProPublica Became Big Tech’s Scariest Watchdog

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64 days ago

He Predicted The 2016 Fake News Crisis. Now He's Worried About An Information Apocalypse.

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65 days ago

2 years ago, Facebook made an awkward, noncommittal attempt at journalism. It fucked its journalists over, and the world has suffered ever since.

Inside the Two Years That Shook Facebook—and the World

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67 days ago

Science’s pirate queen

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Evan Engel

70 days ago

The House That Spied on Me

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72 days ago

The punk rock internet – how DIY ​​rebels ​are working to ​replace the tech giants

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Evan Engel

76 days ago

Picture the greatest chess player in history, retrained using the knowledge of the day-to-day experience and reactions of billions of people into the world’s most effective and least ethical behavioral therapist, fed in real time every scrap of information available about you, constantly interacting with each digital device, service, and information source you are in direct or indirectly contact with, capable of choosing what it’s suggested to you to see and do — even of making up whatever text, audio and video it thinks it’ll work best — and dedicated exclusively to shaping your emotions and understanding of the world, with no regard at all for your well-being, according to the preferences of whoever or whatever is paying it the most at the moment or is best exploiting its own technological vulnerabilities.

Deep(ly) Unsettling: The ubiquitous, unspoken business model of AI-induced mental illness

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Evan Engel

76 days ago

'The Military Has Seen the Writing on the Wall'

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78 days ago

The privacy of data cannot be managed person-by-person through a system of individualized informed consent.

The Latest Data Privacy Debacle

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85 days ago

Hacking nuclear systems is the ultimate cyber threat. Are we prepared?

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85 days ago

The big truth — that American society is in dire need of reform and Russia is not to blame for that — can never be dislodged by the little truths.

Does This Man Know More Than Robert Mueller?

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90 days ago

For every person who tells you how much better things are getting

A journey through a land of extreme poverty: welcome to America

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91 days ago

Rather than being regarded as capital, data should be treated as labour—and, more specifically, regarded as the property of those who generate such information, unless they agree to provide it to firms in exchange for payment.

Should internet firms pay for the data users currently give away?

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Evan Engel

91 days ago

Estonia, the Digital Republic

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116 days ago

Kansas tax ‘experiment’ offers lessons to the nation, analysts say

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123 days ago

Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program

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128 days ago

What Happens If China Makes First Contact?

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128 days ago

Research from October looked at emails from newsletter and mailing list services from the 14,000 most popular websites on the web, and found that 85 percent contained trackers—and 30 percent leak your email addresses to outside corporations, without your consent

How Email Open Tracking Quietly Took Over the Web

wired.com

Evan Engel

129 days ago

What Happens When the Government Uses Facebook as a Weapon?

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133 days ago

The death of the internet

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137 days ago

“It’s a refugee crisis right here in the States, right here under our noses.”

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137 days ago

DRM's Dead Canary: How We Just Lost the Web, What We Learned from It, and What We Need to Do Next

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137 days ago

Why the Scariest Nuclear Threat May Be Coming from Inside the White House

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137 days ago

The Prosecution of Inauguration-Day Protesters Is a Threat to Dissent

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141 days ago

The five extra words that can fix the Second Amendment

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142 days ago

What Makes Call-Out Culture So Toxic

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142 days ago

How the Garbage Plate Became a Western New York Icon

eater.com

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143 days ago

The Nationalist's Delusion

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143 days ago

In March 2015, records show, more than 153 million trips were recorded, making it one of the busiest months on record. There were 19,000 delays attributed to overcrowding.

Last March, two million fewer rides were recorded, but 30,000 delays were said to be caused by overcrowding.

How Politics and Bad Decisions Starved New York’s Subways

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150 days ago

For almost 200 Inauguration Day protesters, legal battle is only beginning

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166 days ago

America is facing an epistemic crisis

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169 days ago

After 91 Years, New York Will Let Its People Boogie

nytimes.com

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177 days ago

The War To Sell You A Mattress Is An Internet Nightmare

fastcompany.com

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183 days ago

Facebook and Google Helped Anti-Refugee Campaign in Swing States

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184 days ago

The Danger of President Pence

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185 days ago

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188 days ago

First Evidence That Online Dating Is Changing the Nature of Society

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195 days ago

For second time in two years, the same message from his fiancee: 'Active shooter.' And so began a night of hell in Vegas

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198 days ago

Don’t call it the Deep State: CIA archive reveals existence of secret network of ex-spies

muckrock.com

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198 days ago

This Is What It Looks Like When the President Asks People to Snitch on Their Neighbors

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