Apple and Google's Bluetooth-based app would reportedly be voluntary and anonymous. Privacy advocates say we should accept nothing less.
People around the world are working together in unprecedented ways to help their neighbors and produce critical medical supplies.
We may find that we like making our own decisions.
And it's not alone.
A judge has ruled that the town's Confederate monuments must stay.
Whether red vs. blue or city vs. country, political tensions are best addressed by letting people run their own lives.
It's time to move beyond the social media giants to a more decentralized world that's harder to control
We asked the attendees at PorcFest 2018.
In a speech drafted but never delivered in the waning weeks of the 1980 campaign, Reagan was to say: "The overriding question is not one of Left or Right. It is one of reversing the flow of power and control to ever more remote institutions."
His critique of concentrated power is still relevant today.
The death and life of a great American urbanist
Princeton-Trained Computer Scientists Are Building a New Internet That Brings Privacy and Property Rights to Cyberspace
Meet the developers behind Blockstack, who are using blockchain technology to reconfigure the web. It'll make NSA mass data collection impossible.
The candidate who told an audience of cops that he'd abolish the New York Police Department
You Could Make a Radical Push for Grassroots Empowerment, Or You Could Just Cut a Country-Pop Record
The "Points of Light" program and the path not taken