The frenzy around the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and the arrest of his former girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty is the latest case study into how voyeuristic news coverage shapes public opinion.
As journalists wage a civil war, America's leading media ethicist doesn't seem to quite understand what anyone is fighting about.
Is privacy more important than the hypothetical chance to save lives or protect yourself from contagion? We asked an expert.
Mad at these robots? Feeling less racist now?
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Fooled by gibberish and highly susceptible to human bias, automated essay-scoring systems are being increasingly adopted, a Motherboard investigation has found
Short answer: sort of.
A new massive hack and leak in Germany renews the debate over how to cover and share sensitive stolen data.
But it’s not that the panel — convened by Chief Justice John Roberts to investigate — didn’t think the complaints were serious.
Holy forking shirtballs.
“Just as suspicion of crime should lead to an investigation, the severity of impairment that we see should lead to an evaluation, preferably with the president’s consent.”
Police in dozens of Chinese cities are sifting through human waste to track narcotics rings and drug programs.