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Why Do Social Media Platforms Put Profits Before People? Because Delaware Makes Them 

By | February 14, 2023

2022 was a bad year for social media. Twitter had its embarrassingly public meltdown under Elon Musk; Facebook had its worst fiscal year on record. And a growing chorus of U.S. policymakers called for a ban on TikTok. But should we “embrace their ruination,” as one recent Atlantic op-ed argued? “We cannot make social media… Read More »

What Kind of Asset is Our Digital Personal Data?

By | June 15, 2021

“It was the ‘Wizard of Oz’ in digital format as the four titans of Big Tech testified via video before the House Antitrust Subcommittee. Just like in the movie, what the subcommittee saw was controlled by a force hidden from view. The wizard in this case – the reason these four companies are so powerful… Read More »