Navneet Alang is a technology and culture writer based out of Toronto. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, New Republic, Globe and Mail, and Hazlitt.
The internet is too big
Why 'deepfakes' aren't the problem
Apple just told us they think the iPad is the future of computing
Google's Huawei ban exposes an alarming app store duopoly
What a Game of Thrones protest petition says about modern popular culture
Inside Facebook's global constitutional convention
Facebook has two big problems. Solving one might make the other worse.
Why humans love technology that does literally only one thing
How Twitter robbed us of wonder
Algorithms have gotten out of control. It's time to regulate them.