March 10, 2022
Meta Hit with Alabama Class Action Lawsuit Over Children’s Privacy Rights on Facebook
The pressure is mounting for greater protection of children’s data online. Parents and guardians in Alabama have filed a class […]
December 30, 2021
Unreliable Science in Media as Peer-Review Breaks Down
“Publish or perish means there are too many papers,” says Ivan Oransky, editor of the blog Retraction Watch, “and the system can’t tolerate it.”
December 13, 2021
“Bat Poop Can Be Fertilizer!” and Other Bat Facts
On the hike, led by Park Ranger Caileigh Hinkson, along the trails in the park’s old forest, the hikers hoped to see some of the many species of bats that call Lewis Creek home.
November 17, 2021
Does the Internet Really Need “Section 230”?: An Interview With Alyssa Aguilar
"In many ways, I think we take the Internet for granted."
October 26, 2021
Movie Companies Sue Internet Provider Over Failure To Stop Piracy
Over two dozen movie companies have sued Grande Communications, an internet company in Texas, for failing to stop the piracy […]