Legislators are spending $400 million to expand broadband, while opening up public internet options. But access for everyone is still a long way off.
As the world reopens, a few community members are still putting their bodies on the line for science in UW research for another vaccine.
‘It’s such drama, I’m telling you. I’ve never been in this situation before,’ one lawmaker says.
‘Coded Bias’ film maker Shalini Kantayya and researcher Meredith Broussard dissect machine learning and the fight against inequity in tech.
New funding model for the arts or environmental hazard? Local artists, collectors and entrepreneurs are jumping into the fray.
Uber Eats, DoorDash and similar apps eat into restaurants’ already-thin profits. Eating local should be worth a few extra steps.
Are we supposed to be grateful for a little tax-deductible charity from our corporate overlords? Sorry, no.
Columnist Katie Wilson tells us how the law created in the Gilded Age will help shape the next chapter of the Digital Age.
Our state is the latest to adopt a coronavirus exposure app to assist contact tracing efforts. But its effectiveness depends on the people using it.
Today we fight over Big Tech. Over a century ago, the burning political question was what to do about trusts in agriculture, cigarettes, oil, electricity and steel.
Antitrust law lies at the fault line where the ideology of the capitalist marketplace begins to self-destruct.
21st century anti-trust activity targets the companies that mine our data and control so much of our digital infrastructure.
Aimed at sustaining the Black Lives Matter movement, the new citywide art show is part of the Seattle Design Festival.