Vic Bishop – The stuff you won’t see on the news.
Anna Hunt – Too much time on social media may leave you feeling a little depressed. You may even view your life as somewhat lacking.
Dylan Charles – The empire’s illusion of legitimacy is cracking.
Isaac Davis – This is why so many of your favorite blogs and websites have gone dark.
Terence Newton – The crisis of internet censorship in the West is unfolding now and just now coming into view.
John W. Whitehead – Free speech is no longer free.
Phillip Schneider – The findings of this study could lead to a greater understanding of the causes of depression.
Truthstream Media – They’ve told us everything we need to know.
Vic Bishop – More signs that we are in over our heads.
Vic Bishop – What are these technologies to the human psyche?
Melissa Joy Jonsson – Addiction is rooted in bio-chemical reactions in our body that act to reinforce and ingrain certain behaviors.
Brendan D. Murphy – What neuroscientists have to say about what the web is doing to us.
David Thrussell – We are Pokémon Go-ed into a virtual net of moribund surveillance capitalism.
Patrick Henningsen– The physical Police State could not exist without some philosophical underpinning.
Christina Sarich – Social media technology allows anyone to be identified with 70% accuracy.
Marie D. Jones & Larry Flaxman – Manipulation of thought and behavior is now a part of daily life.
David Thrussell – No matter how earnestly we may choose to look the other way, the bedrock of technology is surveillance.
Daniel Taylor – We need a revolution of true connection before we get to the point of no return.
Video – Is social media really all that bad? Is there a way to share the info you want and need without destroying your soul?
John W. Whitehead – Today, there’s little room for indiscretions, imperfections, or acts of independence—especially not when the government can listen in on your phone calls, monitor your driving habits, track your movements, scrutinize your purchases and peer through the walls of your home.