Should we be concerned about Google mining user data to generate consumer profiles? What does data transparency require?
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?
The transition to an ebook market for college textbooks has important consequences for internet piracy and student debt.
Algorithms curating and recommending media content can create echo chambers; they can reinforce misinformation and normalize hate-speech. How can we resist?
The campaign to stem the tide of misinformation online is beset by a number of formidable epistemic obstacles. How effective can fact-checking ever really be?
Recent rulings have called the loot box mechanics used in franchises like FIFA and Star Wars Battlefront "gambling for children." What's the danger?
La Liga's recent use of its mobile app as a tool for spying offers another interesting chapter in the piracy versus privacy debate.
The vision of technological dystopia presented by Black Mirror covers diverse topics ranging from the nature of consciousness to the essence of parenting.
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.