Adobe Tells Users They Can Get Sued for Using Old Versions of Photoshop
"You are no longer licensed to use the software," Adobe told them.
‘Black Mirror’ Made a Murder Thriller About Overbearing Licensing Agreements
"Crocodile" isn't about mind-reading technology, it's about the End User License Agreements that enable it.
Why Is Drone Manufacturer DJI Trying to Fight ISIS?
Today, it's fighting terrorism. But drone no-fly zones are a fundamentally new restriction on the concept of ownership.
What You Should Do With Your Phone This Year
Should we all give up and chuck our phones into the river? I asked Jason Koebler about what 2016 holds for phones.
This Digital Art Gallery Immortalizes Your Patronage in the Blockchain
"You can buy next-to-impossible-to-valuate works of art with a next-to-impossible-to-valuate currency."
'GTA V' Player Channels His Inner Ai Weiwei
Digital artist Roc Herms transports Weiwei's iconic gesture to Los Santos.
Your Poor Baseball Team Owner Is Lying to You
The story goes that some small-market teams can't keep up with the big boys. This makes sense up until you remember that even small-market teams are crazy rich.
AFC Wimbledon, the Revolutionary Soccer Club that Refuses to Die
A town that lost its soccer team decided to fight back by starting over from scratch with the fans in control of the club.
Against Modern Football, the Controversial Movement to Reclaim a Sport from Capitalism Gone Mad
Banishing the worst of soccer's fans from stadiums has been a double-edged sword that Against Modern Football wishes to turn against those ruling the sport.
We Compared the Public Apologies of a Mysogynistic Comedian and a Sexist Pick-Up Artist
As Julien Blanc, the Canadian pick-up artist, is denied entry to the UK, we take a look at who came off worse: him, or Dapper Laughs—the comedian who sings a song called "Proper Moist."
Copyright King: Why the "I Have a Dream" Speech Still Isn't Free
We might hold it to be self evident that it can be spread freely. Nope.