Most social media is known for spurring fights and dividing users further apart. The website Nextdoor says they are trying to do the opposite.
Once sites like Twitter begin policing speech, they transform themselves into adjudicators of what ideas are tolerable. That’s a precarious position.
Those who demanded Internet service providers treat all content equally are the very same platforms actively deciding what content is permissible for consumption.
If Ma Bell had behaved like this, the phone company would have been listening to all our calls and cutting off conservatives’ service for ‘hate speech.’
President Trump is constantly wasting energy trying to reclaim a persona he’s not in danger of losing. I call this Return-To-Rocky disorder.
This is about what it means for our society if a few tech companies should be able to decide for everyone what information is available, and what is over the line.
Maybe the best way to dispel the notion that tech companies want to become our ‘benevolent’ overlords is to not behave like ‘benevolent’ overlords.
Blogger and podcaster Allie Beth Stuckey joins Federalist Radio to discuss the narcissism of pop culture and her message to conservative millennials.
A massive, powerful, and receptive audience in Iran is hungry for communication and encouragement from the United States.
A career death penalty for a tweet seems egregious especially when the same guardians of public morality are extolling those who offend public sensibilities in other ways.
Stating, in a civil manner, why I disagree with transgender troops is in no way a threat or harassment. But it seems that Twitter doesn’t agree.
God hasn’t called you to insult strangers who are a thousand miles away. He’s called you to love the neighbors who are right in front of you.
Conservatives hoping Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will become the face of the Democratic Party should be careful what they wish for.
The latest Twitter outrage moment reinforces just how dysfunctional political discourse has become in this country, at least on social media.
Ben Domenech talks to senior editor at the Atlantic, Derek Thompson, about the intersections of technology, social media, productivity and culture.
Mob compliance is a vicious and deadly cycle. The only way to stop the cycle is to stop complying with the mob’s demands.
Using a guilt-by-association-vocabulary is nothing new. Sen. Joseph McCarthy used the same strategy.
Facebook members can say virtually anything about Christians who uphold a male-female foundation for sexual ethics. But I can’t share my religious perspective.
People should have the right to know how digital services use their personal data before consenting to its use, and in an easy to understand and easily accessible way.
When you go to a play, you get what you deserve.
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