By Cory Doctorow
As software expands into every device and system, monopolies are using intellectual property to control competitors, critics, and customers.
By Karl Bode
A toxic focus on misinformation has taken over the media ecosystem. Fixing it will involve rebuilding a stronger and properly funded press.
By Daniel A. Hanley
Tech giants have become more powerful than lawmakers imagined when Section 230 was passed, making antitrust actions more important than ever.
By Evan Malmgren
Submarine communications cables seem uniquely at risk, but we may have more to fear from corporate consolidation than from undersea sabotage.
By Jason Prado
By recognizing that platforms optimize our behavior to benefit them, we can turn our attention to developing systems that benefit the public.
By Jathan Sadowski
Breaking the platform economy’s cycle of extraction and enclosure can redistribute power over data and infrastructure to the public.
By Ryan Ellis
Malware and weaponized software flaws exploit the inherent risks that come with building tightly coupled, complex infrastructure.
By Zachary Loeb
Understanding the ways that misinformation campaigns are seeded and unfold online can help us determine how to stop them.
By Doc Searls
Self-sovereign identity is a decentralized model that allows users to control their data, enabling digital experiences that are secure and interoperable.