After the death of Philando Castile, Facebook delineated it’s policy on posts containing violence. It should do the same for all content deemed controversial.
Citizen journalism has never been more prevalent. But are the consequences of the prominence of this sort of viral video footage more good than bad?
J. Todd Chasteen once described Isabel Allende’s critically acclaimed work The House of the Spirits as a ‘sex book.’
Artist Gary Wynans, a Puerto-Rican-Italian, painted himself in the mural. Residents complained the image reinforced racial stereotypes.
A Rhode Island Bill to tackle “revenge porn” was just nixed. But why was this a good thing?
A court has ruled against Internet providers looking to change the legal classification of internet service, which would have allowed bigger domain names to purchase faster connection speeds.
A deep dive into the fear that immersive fictional content has historically provoked.
In the wake of the Orlando shooting, Reddit came under fire for censoring its user’s content. How fair is this accusation?
What are the legal and educational responsibilities of school librarians in stocking their book shelves?
A proposed change to the “notice and takedown” internet copyright procedure potentially threatens freedom of expression online.