Timothy B. Lee, Ars Technica

Timothy B. Lee

Ars Technica

Washington, DC, United States

Contact Timothy

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • Ars Technica
Past:
  • Vox
  • Ars Technica UK
  • CNBC
  • Washington Post
  • Forbes

Recent articles by Timothy:

Musk spent $50,000 digging into critic’s personal life

"Bet ya a signed dollar it's true" was an expression of uncertainty, Musk says. → Read More

Richard Stallman leaves MIT after controversial remarks on rape

Free software pioneer has history of controversial comments about underage sex. → Read More

Amazon fires back at book publishers, says captions are fair use

"Audible Captions is not a book of any kind," Audible writes in court filing. → Read More

Tesla touts raceway record with 3-motor powertrain prototype

Musk: three-motor powertrain will come to Model S, X, and Roadster next year. → Read More

Uber and Lyft vow continued fight against California worker rights bill

Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to sign the overhaul of California labor law. → Read More

Uber lays off another 435 people to stem big losses

New layoffs come on top of 400 marketing workers let go in July. → Read More

Someone moved $1 billion in a single bitcoin transaction

We don't know who was responsible for the massive transfer of 94,504 bitcoins. → Read More

Another Tesla driver apparently fell asleep—here’s what Tesla could do

Tesla needs a better driver monitoring system. → Read More

Web scraping doesn’t violate anti-hacking law, appeals court rules

Employer analytics firm can keep scraping public LinkedIn profiles, court says. → Read More

Chinese professor stole hard drive secrets for Huawei, US government charges

Man obtained sample hardware under false pretenses and broke NDA, US says. → Read More

China is close to releasing a Libra-like digital currency

China's central bank aims to "protect our monetary sovereignty." → Read More

Federal judge says terrorist watchlist is unconstitutional

System does not provide a "constitutionally adequate remedy," judge rules. → Read More

Feds scold Tesla for slow response on driver monitoring

In 2017, NTSB called steering wheel torque a "poor surrogate" for driver attention. → Read More

Senator: Mark Zuckerberg should face “the possibility of a prison term”

"He ought to be held personally accountable," Ron Wyden (D-OR) said. → Read More

GirlsDoPorn.com faces trial for allegedly filming 22 women under false pretenses

"My whole town back home knows," one alleged victim said. "This ruined my life." → Read More

Court: Girl broke child porn law by texting explicit video of herself

Teen girl, 16, is prosecuted under law intended to protect people like her. → Read More

Tesla claims new insurance product will offer lower prices

Tesla says it won't use GPS or other in-car data in setting premiums. → Read More

Judge savages self-proclaimed bitcoin inventor Craig Wright

Judge says Craig Wright's explanation for lost bitcoins "defies common sense." → Read More

Macron claims deal to end digital service tax fight with the US

Trump shows no sign of ending feud over 3% tax on digital services. → Read More

Australia plans to block sites hosting extremist content during attacks

The March Christchurch attack increased worries about extremist content online. → Read More