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A Flight-Safety Inspector Explains the Very Real Perils of the Shutdown
Airline inspectors are among the many government workers affected by the shutdown. Here’s how their absence from the job introduces real dangers.
Hope for Amazon Dash Buttons Is, Uh, Dashed in Germany
A court found that the Wi-Fi buttons don’t allow for price comparison.
New Study Indicates Silicon Valley’s Elite Are Not As Liberal As They Think
A Stanford paper attempts to categorize and classify the politics of tech elites.
Vague Questions and Vaguer Answers from Twitter and Facebook on Capitol Hill
The first step is articulating the problem.
As Facebook Fears Mount, Zuckerberg Apologizes in Ad Blitz
The company lost nearly $50 billion in stock value last week following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Inventor of the World Wide Web: It’s Messed Up Now
Tim Berners-Lee thinks we should regulate big tech.
Per One Survey, Majority of U.S. Supports Regulating Tech Companies
In just three months, public sentiment has nearly reversed on whether technology companies should be regulated.
How Wealthy People Use the Government to Enrich Themselves
A conversation with Brink Lindsey and Steven Teles, authors of
The Captured Economy
Congress Is So Close to Getting It
Tech companies can’t fix this on their own.
The Most Important Questions Congress Needs to Ask This Week
Forget Russia. Is Facebook itself the problem?
Steve Bannon Has a Good Idea, Not That He’s Going to Do Anything About It
How else do you stop the globalist Facebook conspiracy?
The Airline Industry Is a Starving Giant That’s Eating Our Economy
United assaulting one of its passengers is a stark reminder of how desperately we need to reregulate the airline industry.
Elizabeth Warren Hopes to Be the Clinton Cabinet’s Bouncer
The senator and her allies are preparing to defeat any Clinton appointees who aren’t eager to take on corporate power.