Facebook has faced increased scrutiny about privacy and personal information this year. How did the company handle it?
Those zippy little scooters that are showing up in many cities pose more problems than you might expect, from environmental questions to disabilities.
Tumblr's ban on adult content claims to be making the blogging platform a better, safer place, yet hate speech is still readily found. Is the ban the best solution?
Personal genetic information tests can be a fun way to learn about your heritage - but they can also betray some very private information.
While the video game industry is booming, its employees are suffering from "crunch" - the period of intense work that comes before a release. Just how bad is it?
Despite the benefits of social media, it might be hurting our mental health. So should we all be spending less time on Instagram?
Google has long held out from entering the Chinese market, but profits may change their minds.
Is using your browser's ad-blocking extension unethical? Or is the real moral problem the advertisers?
Societal standards change quickly, and what one may have thought acceptable to express in the past is not necessarily something they would express today. At the very least, individuals who have recently been shamed for their past tweets claim that they have grown, learned, and changed. We might wonder, then: what is the value of shaming someone for their bad tweeting history? Should these people be shamed in the way they have been?
Do self-driving cars perpetuate economic inequality when they prioritize the lives of their drivers over others on the road?