Amazon's surveillance company has seeped into hundreds of American communities by throwing parties for police and giving them free devices.
Amazon's Ring started from humble roots as a smart doorbell company called "DoorBot." Now it's surveilling the suburbs and partnering with police.
A new Science Advances study found that poor neighborhoods in richer, more densely populated areas are more likely to implement voluntary buy-outs of flood prone areas than, say, poor neighborhoods in poor areas.
TikTok, the explosively popular video app, is testing a time stamp feature in the “Following” tab of select users.
Over 30 civil rights groups are calling on local, state, and federal officials to end police partnerships with Ring, Amazon’s home surveillance company.
Which Columbia Professor Canceled Class Because They Poisoned Themselves With Cyanide? An Investigation
On Monday, a Columbia student tweeted that their professor canceled class because they poisoned themselves with cyanide. Here is our story.
Airbnb is sending five volunteers on a one month “citizen science” trip to Antarctica so that they may become ambassadors for the continent, and more importantly, Airbnb.
What if you could create your own easily destructible website by just visiting a URL?
Climate change making the word hotter, more humid, and more stormy—all conditions that put sensitive paper archives at risk. This problem is forcing us to ask, which histories will we choose to remember?