By Karl Bode
A regulatory push in Congress, along with Big Tech critic Lina Khan's ascension as a chief antitrust official, may signal meaningful reform.
By Evan Malmgren
Support for municipal broadband in cities like New York could spark a movement for equitable internet access throughout the US.
By Dennis Tenen
Enabling community content moderation through engineering can help address the chronic problems we see on platforms like Facebook.
By Cory Doctorow
As software expands into every device and system, monopolies are using intellectual property to control competitors, critics, and customers.
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 Gabriel Nicholas
A broader approach to data portability and interoperability could address a wide scope of competition challenges in the tech industry.
By Erin Rose Glass
Getting digital doom out of the classroom means cultivating an ethical and creative approach to educational technology.
We won’t build a better internet by focusing exclusively on Silicon Valley giants. Real solutions require a broader view of US tech policy.
By Jillian C. York
A debate over online censorship is raging in the US, but corporate content moderation practices have long affected people around the globe.
By Camille Baker
Disenchanted with the technology sector, software engineer Wendy Liu advocates progressive changes to redirect it in the public interest.