More Than 80% Of All Net Neutrality Comments Were Sent By Bots, Researchers Say
95 percent of all organic comments favored net neutrality, according to the analysis.
This Leaked Catalog Offers ‘Weaponized Information’ That Can Flood the Web
For €2,500 a day, governments could buy large scale astroturf campaigns, and for €1 million, services to create false criminal charges.
Throwback Thursday: The End Of Whitey Herzog, And A Way Of Baseball
Whitey Herzog's teams perfected a maddening and distinctive style of baseball that has mostly vanished from the face of the earth. He was an original, too.
Throwback Thursday: Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium And The Era Of Multipurpose Mistakes
Opened in 1970, Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium was the "ultimate" multipurpose sports complex—a building that epitomized an unlamented architectural era of soulless, artificial turf-covered concrete monstrosities.
The Program Big Oil's PR Firm Uses to 'Convert Average Citizens'
Edelman runs software called the Grassroots Multiplier that it claims can "convert average citizens" into pro-oil "true champions."
Why Soccer Players Hate AstroTurf
For fifty years, AstroTurf has been the bane of many an athlete's existence.
Why Soccer Players Hate Astroturf
Every World Cup game ever played has been played on real, living, photosynthesizing grass. Until now.