It seemed unimaginable a year ago to have to define what a mental disorder is to make an argument to even remain on social media, but this is how far the left has gone in big tech.
You would think it should be beyond self-evident that people who profit from fueling campus riots and attempted mass shootings would be written out of public discourse.
Given how polarized our nation has become, it’s important that we see each other as people, rather than mortal enemies in perpetual political combat.
The details of the technological revolution needed to be incorporated into Ray Bradbury’s world, but Bradbury’s prescient message is still the centerpiece.
It sounds like a joke, but the laughter stopped when a federal judge ruled Wednesday that Trump’s actions violated the First Amendment and declared it must cease.
Viral tweet: ‘Before the internet, everyone…thought most other ppl weren’t batsh-t.. Once we could all see how batsh-t everyone else was, we gave up the old charade.’ Not quite.
The art world’s current conundrum is that encouraging individuals to engage with art often involves appealing to their narcissistic instincts.
The conversation was not to get far, not least because of the disparate opinions represented by those sitting around the round table, if not the Round Table.
Ben Domenech interviews Facebook’s VP of Global Product, Monika Bickert Management on this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
The Internet was supposed to supercharge the spread of information, but social media is actually crippling our ability to process new ideas.
Writer and journalist Lionel Shriver discusses her new collection of short stories and what inspired her on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
When you leave Twitter, you free yourself from the baffling spectacle of watching intelligent people waste their entire day arguing with random Internet users.
The state shouldn’t help Facebook entrench with cronyistic regulations. Rather, it should let Facebook fix itself or go the way of MySpace.
If using fake interlocutors to ‘hack’ or ‘crash’ the democratic process feels alarming, consider how easy it will be for bots to unload high-quality political speech on the best and brightest.
Demonizing millions of good people, like Kevin Williamson, for believing what they believe or voting who they voted for is poisonous to our country.
Mark Zuckerberg gave this interview because he’s in trouble. Liberals who used to love him are now terrified that Facebook is brainwashing people and helping Russians steal elections.
Forty percent of plastic surgeons say looking better in selfies for Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat was an incentive for their patients to seek surgery.
Facebook is facing a scandal after reports of a political firm improperly collecting and using the data of up to 50 million users.
Conservatives are having a fun time complaining about social media and the Internet with the kind of ire they normally reserve for soccer. They should lighten up.
Social media has turned out to be a big mistake because it has recentralized digital media under big companies controlled by the authoritarian left.
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