Articles by Alex Pasternack
Jillian Mayer's mega mega upload.
O, the joy of watching things die.
Bitcoin was meant to make the problem of trusting strangers a matter of math. Turns out, it's very, very human.
This week Trevor Paglen debuted a new set of photographs of secret stuff, what he calls "the deep state."
Two films in progress examine some of the other ugly aspects of the country's high-speed development, through a lens of nuance and experience.
One of Italy's major mafia organizations has made giant profits from disposing of an untold amount of waste, some of it toxic.
In court on Monday, the government invoked the old days of Bitcoin—the rush of a financial frontier and the proud free-wheeling of the Silk Road—days that many proponents of Bitcoin wish could stay buried.
And not just metaphorically, either.
More inadvertent lessons from Martin Luther King, Jr., about a flawed copyright system.
The detention of his husband turned Greenwald's fight more personal: "It showed how they can't be trusted to exercise power without transparency and accountability."