The encrypted-email company, popular with security-conscious users, has a plan to go mainstream.
The same qualities that make cryptocurrencies go bust also explain why they refuse to die.
It really is the closest thing we have to an online public square—and that’s terrible for democracy. Let his takeover bid be a wakeup call.
Plus: The tricky promise of Web3; Ben Franklin on daylight savings, and Ukraine’s effect on antitrust arguments.
YouTube still draws a hard line on Trump’s rigged election claims. Two years later, it doesn’t hold up.
The regulation of surveillance advertising used to be a fringe idea. Now it’s in the State of the Union address, at least when it comes to kids.
Can Jared Polis turn the Rockies into the next crypto paradise?
Second Life creator Philip Rosedale wants to prevent the Facebook-ization of virtual reality.
A newly unredacted legal filing sheds light on internal programs that antitrust enforcers argue advantaged Google at the expense of advertisers and publishers.