Edition 186

What You Need to Know About the Fight to Save Net Neutrality

By Alison Yost and Sarah Morris

Nov. 30, 2017

'Net neutrality' may sound like a wonky term, but its repeal would have ramifications on the average internet user.

What You Need to Know About the Fight to Save Net Neutrality

'Net neutrality' may sound like a wonky term, but its repeal would have ramifications on the average internet user.


The Insistent Invisibility of Black Women in Public Discourse

Even among the leading lights of today's public intellectuals, there's a persistent inability to put into words the work of black women.


So You Think You're Not a White Feminist?

Allyship—true allyship, at least—means prioritizing impact over intent, and realizing when those attempts are misguided.


Toeing the Line Between Censorship and Content Moderation

A recent conversation grappled with the slippery slope of having the technical capability, and willingness, to remove objectionable content.


Facebook Will Tell You If You Liked or Followed Content Made by Russian Trolls During the 2016 Election

Facebook recently unveiled plans to inform users if they interacted with propaganda from the Kremlin-backed Internet Research Agency.


As Bayer and Monsanto Push for Merger, Texas Farmers Fear Rising Prices

While the agricultural firms claim that the merger will boost innovation, farmers fear it will eliminate competition.