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April 4, 2017
This Budding Movement Wants to Smash Monopolies
A very small number of companies control most of the economy. Why hasn’t that been challenged?
October 20, 2016
What will it take to end favorable tax treatment for multinationals?
October 5, 2016
The Silicon Valley Union Victories You Haven’t Heard Of
No matter how futuristic their headquarters, tech companies still require workers driving buses and staffing their dining rooms to exist.
June 30, 2015
Increasing Diversity in Tech Will Take a Lot More Than Promises
Facebook and Google have been trying to increase diversity for a year, to little result.
May 27, 2015
The Key to Ending Mass Surveillance? Math.
Encryption is a better safeguard of our civil liberties than the law.
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May 27, 2015
‘Tech’ Is Political—How We Respond to It Needs to Be Just as Political
New technologies will not solve our problems: People acting collectively will.
March 23, 2015
Is Privacy Obsolete?
Thanks to the revolution in digital technology, privacy is about to go the way of the eight-track player.
March 10, 2015
The New Silicon Valley Movement That Is Taking on the Tech Giants
In the neighborhood where Cesar Chavez got his start, janitors, cooks and shuttle drivers are organizing to end the area’s inequality epidemic.
October 28, 2014
Edward Snowden: A ‘Nation’ Interview
In a wide-ranging conversation, he discusses the surveillance state, the American political system and the price he’s paid for his understanding of patriotism.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Stephen F. Cohen
December 3, 2013
Could Google and the NSA Make Whistleblowers Disappear?
There will be no need to kill a future Edward Snowden. He will already be dead.
Peter Van Buren