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Scott Rosenberg


Berkeley, CA, United States

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Past articles by Scott:

Twitter disarray deepens as Musk ultimatum drives away key workers

Predictions of a technical disaster abounded as an exodus of Twitter's workforce picked up steam. → Read More

Elon Musk is managing Twitter using Donald Trump's playbook

Leading by tweet seizes public attention but also causes organizational chaos and makes it tough to impose change. → Read More

AI-generated images open multiple cans of worms

Fast-evolving programs that can "make" images on demand raise a host of ethical, legal and business questions. → Read More

White House lists 6 ways to hold tech platforms accountable

The Biden administration issues a roster of "principles" to rein in Big Tech. → Read More

Back-to-the-office moves leave tech uneasy

Apple's in-office mandate strikes a discordant note in the industry that made remote work possible. → Read More

How Apple pushed its ad-vantage

The tech giant is ramping up an ad business just as its iPhone privacy policy is limiting rivals. → Read More

Musk takes heat from Twitter employees at town hall

Musk finally tried to answer some of the company employees' questions. → Read More

Even Slack's CEO is still trying to figure out hybrid work

Offices, homes and software tools must evolve, he says, to get the most out of remote work. → Read More

Governments around the globe are limiting online services, content and access

In Russia, China and many other countries, companies and political oppositions are losing the fight for the internet. → Read More

The techlash is a bust

The companies are riding high on a wave of profits — and so far, government has done little to check their power. → Read More

After Trump, the attention economy deflates

With a less constant drumbeat of attention-getting actions, we're going to learn whether our fried collective circuits can recover. → Read More

With five tech firms leading the industry, antitrust suits will be harder to make stick

Facebook, Google, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft are all competing with one another. → Read More

Trump issues order banning TikTok if not sold within 45 days

The order leaves a short window in which Microsoft or another company could acquire the app. → Read More

Coronavirus scrambles tech industry ecology, Silicon Valley food chain

There's a new food chain in Silicon Valley. → Read More

The coronavirus forces Big Tech to take action in government vacuum

The companies have stopped waiting for the government to move and begun taking their own initiative. → Read More

Nevada Democrats say their caucus won't use Iowa's app

The ill-fated vote-counting app could get another field test. → Read More

Facebook is worried about Democrats winning the presidential election

The 2020 Democrats don't share the Obama administration's embrace of Big Tech. → Read More

Russia's election interference has already won the war on trust

Russia's 2016 campaign was successful — and we haven't found a way to fight back. → Read More

Facebook unveils charter for its global content oversight board

The independent body will review Facebook's content rulings and make "binding" decisions. → Read More

Antitrust exemption may not be silver bullet for news publishers battling Google and Facebook

Google and Facebook would get by fine if publishers collectively threatened to pull their content from the platforms. → Read More