(alphabetical by publication)
Al Jazeera America
— Technology Should Emancipate Workers, Not Oppress Them (August 2015).
— Stop Treating Citizens as Consumers (July 2015).
— Gadgets Don't Change the World, People Do (April 2015).
— The Architecture of Dissent (December 2014).
— Creditors Use New Devices to Put Squeeze on Debtors [with Frank Pasquale] (November 2014).
— Biometrics are Coming for You (July 2014).
— 3-D Print Your Way to Freedom and Prosperity [with Paul Manson] (May 2014).
— Civics for a Digital Age [review of Smart Cities: Big Data, Civic Hackers, and the Quest for a New Utopia, by Anthony M. Townsend] (September 2013).
— Why Does Privacy Matter? One Scholar's Answer (February 2013).
— The Much-Needed and Sane Congressional Office That Gingrich Killed Off and We Need Back (October 2012).
— Web 3.0: Imagining a People’s Platform [review of The People’s Platform: Taking Back Power and Culture in the Digital Age, by Astra Taylor] (April 2014).
— The Rio Olympics: Surveillance for the Poor, Control for the Rich (August 2016).
— Alarmed by Admiral's Data Grab? Wait Until Insurers Can See the Contents of Your Fridge (November 2016).
— Companies Are Making Money From Our Personal Data – But At What Cost? (August 2016).
— Why Silicon Valley is Embracing Universal Basic Income (June 2016).
— Police Data Could Label 'Suspects' For Crimes They Have Not Committed (February 2016).
— Is Uber's Ultimate Goal the Privatisation of City Governance? (September 2015).
— Lessons from the "Right to be Forgotten" (June 2014).
— Silicon Valley for Trump (December 2016).
Los Angeles Review of Books
— Media in the Democratic State [review of The Democratic Surround: Multimedia and American Liberalism from World War II to the Psychedelic Sixties, by Fred Turner] (March 2014).
— Google-Eye View [review essay of The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business, by Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen] (July 2013).
— Silicon Gospel [review essay of Infinite Progress: How the Internet and Technology Will End Ignorance, Disease, Poverty, Hunger, and War, by Byron Reese] (April 2013).
— Digital Redlining [with Astra Taylor] [on the front cover of the print edition] (June 2015).
The New Atlantis
— The Tool of Their Tools [review essay of The Glass Cage: Automation and Us, by Nicholas Carr] (January 2015).
The New Inquiry
Slate (25+ publications, selected)
— The Business of Living Forever (November 2013).
— The Car of the Future of the Past (August 2013).
— Delivered by Drones (August 2013).
— In-Store Tracking Companies Try to Self-Regulate Privacy (July 2013).
— The Injustices of Open Data (June 2013).
— Edward Snowden and the High Price of Civil Disobedience (June 2013).
— Why Pushing People to Code Will Widen the Gap Between Rich and Poor (December 2013).
— Stop Thinking That Tech Hacks Will Fix Our Surveillance Problems (August 2013).