A coercive data collection campaign in China raises questions about corporate complicity. What obligation, if any, do companies have when their goods are being used to cause harm or violate others' rights?
California's housing shortage touches on everything: entitlement, privilege, fairness, justice, gentrification, subsidiarity, class conflict and free-riders.
The media's treatment of recent plant-based meat rollouts fails to give the significant moral gains their due.
Farmwork has been treated much differently than other forms of labor. Is this difference justified or is it time for change?
In assessing the different sides of the debate there are a number of relevant factors at play from relative commercial value to social message and even historical injustice.
Diversity training is being used more and more often in the wake of incidents of racial bias. Is it more than a mea culpa?
Emerging healthcare technologies like Rudy, Addison, and PARO should prompt us to reassess the healthcare industry and to contemplate the difference between service and care.
Algorithms are capable of causing harm, but it isn't easy to identify who should be held accountable when they do.
What can a controversy over the "self-made" title tell us about privilege and inequality?
Corporations' push to attract a marketing-resistant demographic is producing some troubling effects.