The government doesn't care about your opinion! At all!
We spoke to Theresa Ikoko about her new play 'Girls', an ode to the 276 Chibok schoolgirls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram in April of 2014.
Do online petitions actually make a difference, or do they just make us feel better? Karen Skinner takes us behind the button.
TPO wants to be a “meaningful” social network.
BitVote wants to help add legitimacy to online campaigns.
Form letters go right into the digital trash bin.
Reddit, WordPress, Vimeo, Upworthy, Kickstarter, Etsy, and dozens of other sites have already agreed to show a popup window with a "loading" icon on September 10.
The groups behind the SOPA blackout want to show you what the internet would feel like without net neutrality.
Online petitions are putting millions in the hands of a few organizations, limiting the web’s potential as a tool for global change.
Over the weekend, an offshoot of the American Revolutionary Communist Party organized a series of #YesAllWomen-based rallies in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, and San Francisco. The tweets were better.
Hijacking the NYPD's publicity stunt may be a valuable exposé of police brutality, but the limits of the platform stymie real change.