F.C.C. Chairman Pushes Sweeping Changes to Net Neutrality Rules
The chairman, Ajit Pai, said high-speed internet service should no longer be treated like a public utility with strict rules but should largely be left to police itself.
Sharing More Than 140 Characters on Twitter
Posting an image of a web page with highlighted text lets you make your point and share bigger thoughts than the standard character limit allows.
Why Your Next Wi-Fi Setup Should Be a Mesh Network
Unlike stand-alone routers that lose signal the farther you move away from them, mesh stations piggyback on one another to create a continuous wireless link.
In China, Daydreaming Students Are Caught on Camera
Students see live-streaming video of classrooms as an intrusion, prompting a debate in China about privacy, educational ethics and helicopter parenting.
Checking a Website’s Security
Google and other browsers now point out when the website you are visiting isn’t using a secure connection to protect your information.
Can Facebook Fix Its Own Worst Bug?
Mark Zuckerberg now acknowledges the dangerous side of the social revolution he helped start. But is the most powerful tool for connection in human history capable of adapting to the world it created?
Marissa Mayer Will Make $186 Million on Yahoo’s Sale to Verizon
Ms. Mayer, Yahoo’s chief executive, failed to return the company to greatness but will have a big payday after the sale thanks to her stock, stock options and restricted stock units.
How to Create a Fairer Gig Economy for Workers
Readers discuss how the nation’s 55 million independent workers can get better benefits and protections, and why people turn to the gig economy.