How do we build resistance to algorithmic systems of domination when their rewards and punishments are both hidden and immaterial?
Anonymity online may engender individual harassment, but voting and ranking in apps allows groups to harass groups
In the future, will platforms own our pasts?
The sublime unknowability of Big Data lets us fall in love with our own domination.
Yelp's self-interest, rather than any objective set of criteria, is what determines a "real" review.
Just as corporations have become “persons” in law, they have also become “persons” on social media? Why do we find this funny?
Reports of a general “death taboo” have been greatly exaggerated. But there remains a disconnect between the shiny and seemingly disembodied memorials on social media platforms and the presence of the corpse
Social media serve as a staging ground for wars of authenticity
Foucault's late lectures shed light on how social media serves as a realm for staging wars of authenticity