It didn't take very long for Twitter to explode with speculation about Arabs being behind Monday's bombing at the Boston Marathon. Regardless of who's responsible, these tweets were uncalled for.
I wrote a Facebook letter to help encourage others to speak out about misogyny in gaming and stand up for women who are being harassed online.
An interview of Aaron Swartz, the Internet activist who committed suicide, has been released. He warned of internet censorship by private and government actors, months before his legal fight.
Politics aside, Lara Logan's courage and willingness to publicly reveal her opinion on a subject she feels so passionate about should be applauded. More journalists should follow her example.
CISPA, like SOPA, on steroids.
Opposition to CISPA, which would allow websites to release your private information to the U.S. government without your permission, has resurfaced, and this time, Anonymous is leading the fight.
Is this ad more racist or sexist? I can't decide.
A new app will give users a way to photograph, share, and report offensive advertisements. Will it mean the end of sexism in ads?