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Social media’s exploitation of young users continues to negatively impact children...

The internet was never made to cater to children. However, its only defense is asking the user to verify that they are over the...

Apple’s stronger stance for user privacy works to the advantage of...

Apple’s latest iOS 14.5 update aims to give its users full control over allowing which apps can collect and use their personal data. The...

Removing misinformation isn’t censorship

After many debates surrounding this controversial issue, Facebook has finally made the decision to ban misinformation surrounding vaccinations. The new ban will not just...

I will not be a lip service revolutionary

The death of George Floyd and multiple other black people has reignited media coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement. Both traditional and social...

Facebook doesn’t care about user privacy

Facebook doesn’t have a strong reputation for respecting privacy — in fact, the company thrives on being as invasive as possible. It collects as...

Recent Facebook partnership with conservative fact-checker could result in suppression of...

The 2016 presidential election brought with it a cascade of fake news to the popular social media site Facebook, and in an effort to...

Facebook must change its course or lose all user trust

In this year alone, Facebook has not been able to catch a break. 2018 has brought allegations of data mismanagement, security breaches and cooptation...

Facebook must better protect user data from exploitation by third parties

The recent and complex scandal involving Cambridge Analytica’s use of 50 million Facebook users’ ill-gotten data has, understandably, left many with concerns about the...

R’Perspective: #MeToo: A movement of visibility needed for change

As I reviewed my notes for the forthcoming high school Model United Nations conference in a seat by the sliding doors of the 12:30...

Club Spotlight: Aerospace Systems

Convening in a medium-sized study room on the first floor of Orbach library on Friday (their regular meeting day), May 12, a passionate group...