Movie theaters are on life support. How will the film industry adapt?
Financial loss was the goal of last week’s attack — but bad actors could have more-nefarious intentions when conducting social media hacks in the future.
Twitter mediates so much in the public sphere that weak points — like last week’s compromise of several dozen verified accounts — expose weaker points in society.
Today’s dads are putting more time into caring for their children, so why are sitcom dads still portrayed as silly and foolish?
From its beginnings as a geeky tool designed to help individual users deal with an increasingly fragmented information stream, Twitter made the hashtag a new and powerful part of the world’s cultural, social and political vocabulary.
Threats against the freedom of the press may be serious. But they are not the same thing as genuine and constructive criticism.
Given the circumstances, the practice isn’t legal — but it’s unlikely AT&T or Amazon will do anything about it.
Social media has enabled protests and meaningful political action by capturing public attention, but it can also make the electoral process vulnerable to misinformation and manipulation.
Following the economic devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic, newsrooms could increasingly turn to artificial intelligence in order to save the journalism industry.
Law enforcement agencies have worked closely with media producers in order to rehabilitate their image. But with recent protests, that’s starting to change.