Scott Alexander has deleted his popular blog to deter a reporter from exposing his real name.
Web & Blogs
The "blogfather" once touted the internet as the antidote to Big Government, Big Business, and Big Media. Now he wants the feds to crack down on social media.
Gab Dumped by Tech Companies Over Synagogue Shooter Posts but Twitter, Facebook, and Other Social-Media Giants Get a Pass: Reason Roundup
Plus: Brazil's worrisome new president, the long-tail of the housing crisis, and Brett Kavanaugh's replacement
The MSNBC host kind of sucked on gay issues 10 years ago. So did most Democratic moderates.
A related measure would open digital platforms to liability for past crimes committed by users.
"In our case, he stepped on the wrong people's constitutional rights because we knew our rights."
SAG-AFTRA and the State of California claim websites like IMDb have a proactive duty to help actors hide their ages from casting directors.
A fishing expedition to try to track down anybody who disrupted Inauguration Day events in D.C.
Goodbye and good riddance to the Obama administration's "Open Internet Order."
The scandal has exposed odd taboos in the liberal-leaning Drupal community and how hypocritical their talk of tolerance can be.
Bill would let people sue porn websites for damages if they think they're addicted
The area has previously prosecuted more than a dozen men in 2016 for online speech related to prostitution.
As print papers continue their decline, cable programs and mobile content are picking up the slack.
"Congress did not sound an uncertain trumpet when it...chose to enact broad protections to internet publishers," held the appeals court.
A case study of collective catharsis through call-out culture and moral panic as meme.
'Problematic' and 'Wasted Embarrassing White Girl' Twerking on Waka Flocka Flame Is a Comedian, You Guys
"We staged that just to see how many people would just go 'look at her being a ho! That's hella racist,'" said the rapper.
Um, guys, a government allowed to whimsically bar people from coming to the country is sure not going to stop with preventing pickup artists from entering.
Following a First Amendment win against Illinois Sheriff Tom Dart, Backpage.com has filed a civil action against the U.S. Attorney General.
"Defiance of a congressional subpoena is rare, and it's serious," says Sen. Rob Portman.
The digital censors of tomorrow will control information by secretly limiting or obscuring the ways that people can access it online.
French authorities says Google must apply "right to be forgotten" to international search-engine results.
An economist thinks about how online drug sales post-Silk Road will, and won't, change the illegal drug market.
The Political Process Has Many Problems, But the Fact That Activists Have a Microphone Is Not One of Them
Are conservative media responsible for congressional dysfunction?
Do we really need the FBI & Homeland Security going after teens who share their girlfriends' boobs on Reddit?
So long, and thanks for all the links.
They didn't host them -- just linked to them
DMCA's well-known for being used to try to silence speech