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Older Americans are given the wrong idea about online safety –...

Nora McDonald, University of Cincinnati and Helena M. Mentis, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Recently, the U.S. Social Security...

A large solar storm could knock out the power grid and...

David Wallace, Mississippi State University On Sept. 1 and 2, 1859, telegraph systems around the world failed catastrophically. The...

Monitor or talk? 5 ways parents can help keep their children...

Joris Van Ouytsel, Arizona State University Children have been spending more time online. A...

Tsarnaev Supreme Court appeal: Do unbiased jurors exist in an age...

Thaddeus Hoffmeister, University of Dayton The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument on Oct. 13, 2021, in the case...

The Internet Archive has been fighting for 25 years to keep...

Kayla Harris, University of Dayton; Christina Beis, University of Dayton, and Stephanie Shreffler, University of Dayton This year the...

What are dark patterns? An online media expert explains

Jasmine McNealy, University of Florida Dark patterns are design elements that deliberately obscure, mislead, coerce and/or deceive website visitors...

Why do I need anything other than Google to answer a...

Cody Behles, University of Memphis Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages....

A little-known technology change will make video streaming cheaper and pave...

Jason Schmitt, Clarkson University A short summary of how the H.266 standards can improve the video streaming experience.A new format for compressing video, called Versatile...

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Lauren Sudeall Lucas, Georgia State University and Darcy Meals, Georgia State University Judge Richard A. Posner, a legendary judicial figure, retired abruptly earlier this month...