In China, a Viral Video Sets Off a Challenge to Rape Culture

The images were meant to exonerate Richard Liu, the e-commerce mogul. They have also helped fuel a nascent #NoPerfectVictim movement. Read more »

Apple’s WWDC Highlights: the Death of iTunes and $6,000 Macs

Apple rolled out ambitious updates to its apps and smartwatch at its annual developer conference. Read more »

The Week in Tech: What Not to Expect From Big Tech’s Antitrust Showdown

The legal action against Silicon Valley’s giants will be long, difficult, uncertain and, for some people, disappointing. Read more »

Democratic Candidates Woo Silicon Valley for Donations, Then Bash It.

Until recently big tech companies were seen as one of the few relatively untainted sources of big-money donations for Democrats. Now, that’s changing. Read more »

Election Rules Are an Obstacle to Cybersecurity of Presidential Campaigns

Security experts warn that time is running out for campaigns to create protections against the cyberattacks and disinformation seen in recent elections. Read more »

Encountering the ‘New Order’ at MoMA

The blind spots and new possibilities of the technologies we love (and hate). Read more »

Google to Buy Data Analytics Company Despite New Antitrust Scrutiny

Google said it would acquire Looker for $2.6 billion in a bid to catch rivals in the cloud-computing industry. Read more »

Outside the U.S., It’s All About WhatsApp

Adam Satariano, who covers technology in Europe, became a frequent user when he moved to London. Read more »

Tech Giants Amass a Lobbying Army for an Epic Washington Battle

Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google, facing the growing possibility of antitrust action and legislation to rein in their power, are spending freely to gain influence and access. Read more »

YouTube to Remove Thousands of Videos Pushing Extreme Views

The decision by YouTube, which is owned by Google, is the latest action by a Silicon Valley company to stem the spread of hate speech and disinformation on... Read more »