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Silicon Valley might be famous for its free cafeterias, but behind all those fancy food spreads is a burgeoning corporate tax question.

Online "popularity" is a commodity, and of course it comes from Bangladesh.

What Facebook giveth, Facebook can taketh away.

  • Ezra Klein
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  • Dec 3, 2013
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What the rest of the media can learn from Gawker's Neetzan Zimmerman.

  • Ezra Klein
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  • Dec 2, 2013
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It's like paying too much for a house because you think the market will keep going up forever.

Overseas eyeballs are just less valuable than the ones at home.

The company's S-1 contains truths previously kept secret.

A Q&A with the California Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg,the author of a California law that will require sites to let minors take down things they post to websites.

The Facebook founder risks underestimating how clogged things are in Washington.

Khalil Shreateh, a white hat or non-malicious hacker, says he was just trying to bring a security bug to Zuck's attention.

PRISM may be narrower than first reported, but it's still problematic.

  • Timothy B. Lee
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  • Jun 12, 2013
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Trust is the currency of the consumer tech world. PRISM undermines that.

Political scientists David Broockman and Donald Green find that Facebook ads for candidates do…nothing.

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Oct 17, 2012
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