Ice Ice Baby
Open Source Devs Reverse Decision to Block ICE Contractors From Using Software
Only a day after a software developer decided to revoke access to a popular open source program from any organization that collaborated with ICE, he was booted from the group and the license was changed back.
Trolling Scholars Debunk the Idea That the Alt-Right’s Shitposters Have Magic Powers
Asserting that alt-right "trolls" were a deciding factor in Trump’s victory minimizes the broader trends that amplified their influence.
Whitney Phillips, Jessica Beyer, and Gabriella Coleman
Anonymous Has Changed the Way We Think About Anonymity
Responsibility can still be sought even among those with a modicum of operational anonymity.
How Anonymous United Around the Cult of Namelessness
Gabriella Coleman, the go-to expert for all things Anonymous, traces the group's history in an upcoming book.