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Everyone says the internet is bad for you, except these experts

You’ve probably heard about how bad social media and other internet use is, but there is another side to that story. Experts share a more nuanced approach. Read More

Is the internet really forever? Link rot requires infrastructure changes and human collaboration to solve

It's happened to all of us at one point while browsing the web—somewhere along the way, you click on a broken link and get a message saying that the web page you are looking for doesn't exist. Read More

How teens view social media’s impact on their mental health

For young people, social media has many pros and cons that can be difficult to balance, according to a new report from Common Sense Media and Hopelab. Read More

Far-Right Activist Connected to Ron DeSantis Indicted for January 6

Three years after the January 6th Capitol riot, more than 1,230 people have been charged with federal crimes, according to AP, as sleuths and the federal government continue to identify participants. Read More

A new browser war is brewing in Europe

EU rules, an AI boom, and B2C niches are provoking another browser war. Europe is set to become the frontline in the conflict ... Read More

Nearly 1 million New Yorkers could soon lose affordable internet access. Here's why.

Nearly 1 million people in New York City are on the verge of losing affordable internet access through a federal program that's set to expire Friday. Read More

These Internet Browsers Promise Privacy. What Does That Actually Mean?

Some browsers are designed to thwart online trackers and targeted advertising, among other things. Here’s what you need to know. Read More

2023 Was the Worst Year for Internet Shutdowns Globally, New Report Says

Led by India with 116 shutdowns, governments weaponized Internet access at an all-time high in 2023, a new report finds. Read More

The best laptops for graphic design, according to experts

The best laptop for graphic designers may turn out to not be a laptop at all in some use cases. “Illustrators are more and more using Procreate on iPad. It has an insane tactile quality, professional ... Read More

When Profit-Driven Clinics Kick “Noncompliant” Patients off Dialysis, Is Anybody Watching?

Without dialysis, his doctor told him, he would die within days. Tommy’s clinic was one of nearly 3,000 US dialysis centers run by a company called DaVita. Together with rival Fresenius, the two ... Read More

What you missed in Trump trial: A fiery clash of Judge Merchan and witness, prosecution rests

Trump lawyer Todd Blanche has been cross-examining Cohen since Tuesday afternoon. Blanche estimated he will finish cross-examining the former lawyer and fixer for Trump sometime Monday morning. Read More

Thai town maddened by marauding monkeys launches plan to lock them up and send them away

A Thai town, run ragged by its ever-growing population of marauding wild monkeys, has launched an offensive against the simian raiders, using trickery and ripe tropical fruit. Read More

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