The proposal calls for the American public to draft two candidates to lead the executive branch: one from the center-left, the other from the center-right.
A "stakehodler" has both a voice and a vote, an economic interest in how each network stewards important global resources.
Rather than sending serial killer art to auctions, it should be sent to abnormal psychologists for research.
Video cameras on city streets are only the most visible way your movements can be tracked.
Financial illiteracy can become a significant problem. But it’s a problem with a clear solution.
“Think defensively about how you can protect yourself from an almost inevitable attack, rather than assuming you’ll avoid harm.”
Recent American presidents have all faced a crisis of legitimacy in a trend that threatens the health of our democracy.
Social media seems to stress some people out. Maybe its time for a break?
Will nefarious players use social media to sway public opinion again this November?
Only 3% of physics graduates and 2% of astronomy graduates are Black. That’s got to change. In the late 1990s, about 5% of the approximately 4000 bachelor’s degrees in physics per […]
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The company must also appoint an independent privacy committee to its board of its directors.
Ads from political figures are exempt from fact-checking, according to Facebook's recently updated policies.
An exhaustive report from The New York Times shows the alarming extents to which Facebook has been sharing user data.
What does your phone know about you?
As of October 1, the U.K. will make it illegal to sell puppies and kittens from third-party sources in a bid to end puppy mills and commercial breeding catteries, eliminate pet-shop sales, and rein in unscrupulous breeders.
Think America would never elect a socialist? Think again.
Studies from neuroscience highlight how the brain both helps with and prevents collaboration.
Despite being free to users, Facebook seems to have a monopoly on our speech, our data, and our lives.
The FBI has warned banks that a group of criminals might be planning a large-scale ‘ATM cash-out’ after receiving a tip from an unknown source.
Amazon could be the next big tech firm to find itself in the eye of a data privacy storm.
The Canadian professor takes issue with blocking free speech, but is he part of the problem?
Chinese hackers at DEFCON have demonstrated how they were able to hack an Amazon Echo unit, enabling them to listen and record unsuspecting targets.
Past research on ‘disgust sensitivity’ show it’s linked to political orientation, but the new study is the first to explore exactly how it’s linked to voting behavior.