Inside an Early 1900s Attempt to Catalogue All of the Information on Earth
The Mundaneum is more than an antiquated indexing system. It's an ahead-of-its-time testament to the power of information.
Social Media Is a Weapon of War. How We Use It Is Up to Us
"'Win' the internet, [and] you can win silly feuds, elections, and deadly serious battles."
Sea Level Rise Will Flood Key Internet Infrastructure Within 15 Years
NYC, Miami, and Seattle are among the metropolitan regions most vulnerable to internet infrastructure damage due to climate change.
Canada's Privacy Watchdog Is Investigating Equifax
The credit firm still won't say how many Canadians are affected.
Whistleblower Exhibition Exposes Surveillance Age Vigilantes
A Danish exhibition showcases multimedia work about vigilantes like Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange, and Edward Snowden.
How the New Suspected NSA Leaker Reality Winner Was Caught
From the characteristics of physical documents, to not using work computers, there’s plenty to learn from the recent bombshell leaking charge.
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Colorado's Digital Archaeologist Is Mapping Your Data Doppelgänger
Meet Chris Coleman, an artist and academic in Colorado exploring the impact of the internet on human existence.
How Twitter Sued the Trump Administration and Won Almost Instantly
Twitter sued Customs and Border Protection on Thursday. By Friday morning, the government withdrew its subpoena for the user information of @ALT_uscis.
"Fatherless" Collective Seeks Truth in an Alternative Facts Exhibit
The group showcases their own version of today’s information overload.
Facebook’s Creepiest Search Tool Is Back Thanks to This Site
Do you know how much of your information is out there?
A $2.5 Million Book Heist Proves the Printed Page Is Still Sacred
160 reasons why we cherish antiquarian tomes.
Canada's Supreme Court Is Preserving Every Website Mentioned In Its Rulings
The country’s top court is publicly archiving every single hyperlink in its decisions, so they aren’t lost.
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