Social media companies know a lot less than you may think, and that's part of the problem.
"[S]omeone needs to experiment with figuring out what information is most important to put in front of users and how to present it," writes Alex Feerst, because there is no such thing as unmediated online speech.
John Samples argues that social media filtering should
Patrick G. Eddington outlines what stronger whistleblower protections should do.
When the law doesn't protect whistleblowers, sometimes the only choice left is to take the complaint to the public.
Jesselyn Radack says that U.S. intelligence community whistleblower protections are not meant to succeed.
Patrick G. Eddington argues that we need stronger legal protections for those who expose federal wrongdoing.
When a federal government employee steps forward with information about wrongdoing, what protections should they get?