The progressive website, along with other progressive sites, has experienced an unprecedented drop in traffic from Google search engines.
Since the election, some U.S. media and tech companies are using "fake news" hysteria to establish a Ministry of Truth.
On websites like Facebook, our selves are not more free; they are more owned. And they are owned because we are now made of data.
Influenced by algorithms, judges who are racially biased might actually hand out milder sentences to minority defendants. But some experts worry that, in the big picture, an imperfect science may work against the accused.
Sophisticated algorithms are being used to make decisions in everything from criminal justice to education. But when Big Data uses bad data, discrimination can result.
Corporations are increasingly relying on algorithms to make business decisions, a practice that raises new legal questions.
Haim Bodek is one of the genius architects of the system of lightning fast computers and algorithms that dominate trading on stock exchanges. Focusing on the "Flash Crash" of May 2010, he takes us on a tour of the terrifying machines that rule the economy and that experts say no one controls.