New York Times

Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the NSA to Its Core

A serial leak of the National Security Agency’s cyberweapons has damaged morale, slowed intelligence operations and resulted in hacking attacks on businesses and civilians worldwide.

Why Blocking the AT&T-Time Warner Merger Might Be Right

[Commentary] The prospect of a president using antitrust law to punish political opponents is deeply disturbing.

How the news media activate public expression and influence national agendas

We demonstrate that exposure to the news media causes Americans to take public stands on specific issues, join national policy conversations, and express themselves publicly—all key components of democratic politics—more often than they would othe

China Spreads Propaganda to U.S. on Facebook, a Platform it Bans at Home

China does not allow its people to gain access to Facebook, a powerful tool for disseminating information and influencing opinion.

What Reality TV Teaches Us About Russia’s Influence Campaign

The Russians are running a reality show through Facebook and Twitter, and their contestants are all of us. Over the past few days, I reached out to several reality show producers, asking them to compare the Russian digital influence campaign to th