While there may be a variety of reasons why Halloween has come to be a time of pranks, mischief, and even more serious forms of misbehavior, disguise certainly plays a major role.
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Randi Zuckerberg, Facebook’s marketing director, has a fix for cyberbullying: stop people from doing anything online without their names attached.
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China is trying to slow the growing number of teens who are becoming addicted to online gaming.
Rules have been issued requiring that children un...
Knowing a person's name is a powerful thing. Not because of the marketing value of customer identification or the power of social media. Because of human nature.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments yesterday on the validity of the Washington state law requiring the release of names on petitions submitted in support of referendums.
Neil Swidley's article gives a behind-the-scenes look at who some of these aggressive and often verbose rabble rousers are, and what they take away from participating in the comment section below stories.
One of the leaders of Goatse Security, the hacker group that discovered a security flaw that revealed the emails of iPad early adopters, has been arrested -- on drugs charges.
The people who will be showing us the city over the next three days have a subculture all their own, and I'm bracing myself for a sort of cultural whiplash.
By now you've probably heard the story: Former model Liskula Cohen, 37, subpoenas Google in January, in pursuit of a defamation suit "concerning her a...
Emails saying absolutely anything about a candidate could not only be sent anonymously, but whoever sends them would actually be allowed to break any sort of anti-spam laws to do so.
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