Jillian C. York
The US government is demonstrating that it is no better than the country it has long criticized for its vast censorship apparatus.
Trump’s cronies are dismantling the organization that helped give birth to open source tools like Signal and Tor. For activists around the world, the results could be disastrous.
By misidentifying parts of the anatomy she claims to be an expert on, actress and self-appointed lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow demonstrates the damage caused by censoring women’s bodies.
Zuckerberg’s speech feels like empty words in the absence of any concrete changes to the company’s questionable policies on speech.
When should American companies comply with government censorship requests?
The culture of online civility is harming us all.
Signal should allow users to create aliases. But until it does, you can use a dummy SIM card to protect your phone number.
If Facebook’s goal is to make the world more open and connected, it could start by treating queer communities with equality.
Twitter chooses to focus on the faraway spectre of ISIS rather than the neo-Nazis closer to home.
Political bloggers face persecution and imprisonment in countries all over the world — many of which have close ties to the US.