Evan Engel

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Evan Engel

4 days ago

The SIM Hijackers

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8 days ago

Cory Doctorow: Zuck’s Empire of Oily Rags

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8 days ago

Middle Children Are Going Extinct, Just When We Could Use Them the Most

thecut.com

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8 days ago

CEOs in Comics: Villains Earn, Heroes Inherit

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13 days ago

How Companies Learn Your Secrets

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13 days ago

What advertising does to TV.

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17 days ago

Ice Poseidon’s Lucrative, Stressful Life as a Live Streamer

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19 days ago

Terence McKenna's Last Trip

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19 days ago

“It’s a Police State Mentality” — J20 and the Racist Origins of Criminalizing Protest

maskmagazine.com

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19 days ago

Inside the Binge Factory

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20 days ago

What It’s Like to Live in a Surveillance State

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20 days ago

The American Who Says He’s Been the Target of Five Air Strikes

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20 days ago

The Next Plague Is Coming. Is America Ready?

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21 days ago

Antifascism and the Left’s Fear of Power

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22 days ago

The War on the Post Office

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26 days ago

Send Anarchists, Guns, and Money

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26 days ago

Progress in the quality of life, for humans and nonhumans alike, is something that anyone with a heart should celebrate. It did not come about through capitalism, and in many cases, it has been achieved despite the “free market” that

Steven Pinker’s Ideas About Progress Are Fatally Flawed. These Eight Graphs Show Why.

resilience.org

Evan Engel

28 days ago

authorities who feel emboldened by the promise of a Presidential pardon or by a Justice Department that looks the other way may feel less inhibited about invading the spaces of people who belong to groups that the government has singled out as unpatriotic or undesirable. And we now have a government that does that. ♦

Why Do We Care So Much About Privacy?

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Evan Engel

40 days ago

Inside Palmer Luckey’s Bid to Build a Border Wall

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41 days ago

A Company Built on a Bluff

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46 days ago

Steven Pinker’s Ideas About Progress Are Fatally Flawed. These Eight Graphs Show Why.

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77 days ago

A Betrayal

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89 days ago

Why Earth's History Appears So Miraculous

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89 days ago

The Loves of Others

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90 days ago

What Happens If GPS Fails?

theatlantic.com

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100 days ago

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

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101 days ago

The Libertarian Who Accidentally Helped Make the Case for Regulation

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101 days ago

The Era of Fake Video Begins

theatlantic.com

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114 days ago

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

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114 days ago

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

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124 days ago

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

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Evan Engel

128 days ago

How Conservative Activists Catfished Twitter

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131 days ago

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

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134 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.

nytimes.com

Evan Engel

141 days ago

Stop Blaming Russian Bots For Everything

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Evan Engel

146 days ago

Outrage is the new porn.

How ProPublica Became Big Tech’s Scariest Watchdog

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157 days ago

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

buzzfeed.com

Evan Engel

159 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

wired.com

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161 days ago

Science’s pirate queen

theverge.com

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164 days ago

The House That Spied on Me

gizmodo.com

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165 days ago

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

theguardian.com

Evan Engel

170 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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170 days ago

'The Military Has Seen the Writing on the Wall'

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171 days ago

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

The Latest Data Privacy Debacle

nytimes.com

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178 days ago

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

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179 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?

nymag.com

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183 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

theguardian.com

Evan Engel

185 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?

economist.com

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185 days ago

Estonia, the Digital Republic

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210 days ago

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

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