The Editors discuss Senator Josh Hawley’s internet censorship bill, Trump’s 2020 kick-off rally, and Biden’s continued decline as a presidential candidate.
Science & Tech
It is worth rethinking the tech companies' liability for what is posted on their websites.
The GOP’s youngest senator has taken aim at Big Tech and Pelagius, among other targets.
Internet users are right to be concerned about the massive amounts of information big tech companies collect, but regulatory solutions should be narrowly tailored.
Silicon Valley’s social-media giants have remade the world as their walled garden.
One year ago this month, opponents of the FCC’s decision to loosen Title II regulations told us the Internet as we know it would end. It didn’t.
The real felt urgency of climate change will not, anytime soon, match the rhetoric of the advocates.
America has a history of catching up and then taking the lead in the space race. It’s time again for it to repeat that cycle.
While we have certainly not yet devolved into a “Blade Runner World,” the movie’s dark prophetic vision is starting to come true.
This is not a promise that a politician can reasonably make.