By Matthew Crain
Apple and Facebook's dispute over iPhone data tracking reveals more about corporate power over the internet than it does about user privacy.
By Carissa Véliz
The data economy depends on violating our right to privacy on a massive scale, collecting as much personal data as possible for profit.
By Ben Egliston
The platform economy exploits small game devs and rewards incumbents, fueling a dubious push for data analytics and constant optimization.
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 Doc Searls
Self-sovereign identity is a decentralized model that allows users to control their data, enabling digital experiences that are secure and interoperable.
By Evan Malmgren
Former Google employee Tim Hwang warns that today’s ad-driven internet bubble is an elaborate fiction — and a ticking time bomb.
Digital advertisers have steadily transformed the internet into a surveillance machine from which there is no escape.