General audience

Are you upset about Russia interfering with elections? (March 20, 2017, Slate)

Global inequality in your pocket: How cheap smartphones and lax policies leave us vulnerable to hacking (March 30, 2017, Global Voices Advox; republished by Slate on April 6, 2017 as Cheap smartphones leave the poor more vulnerable)

The Macron hack was a warning shot (May 7, 2017, Slate)

Targeted advertising is ruining the internet and breaking the world (November 16, 2018, Motherboard)

How well does your smartphone respect your rights ? (May 31, 2019, Ranking Digital Rights Medium channel)

Journal articles

WikiLeaks and the Public Sphere (2013)

Ranking Digital Rights : Human Rights the Internet and the Fifth Estate (2015)

First They Came for the Poor : Surveillance of Welfare Recipients as an Uncontested Practice (2015)

Keeping the Internet Safe for Advocacy (2015)

When Bots Tweet : Toward a Normative Framework for Bots on Social Networking Sites (2016)

Networked Authoritarianism and the Geopolitics of Information : Understanding Russian Internet Policy (2017)

Policy papers, white papers, and more

Corporate Accountability for a Free and Open Internet (2016) (with Rebecca MacKinnon and Priya Kumar)

Researching ICT Companies: A Field Guide for Civil Society Researchers (and everyone else!) (2018) (with Sarah T. Roberts)

Book chapters

Progress and Peril : The Role of ICT Companies in Promoting and Curtailing Human Rights (2016) (with Priya Kumar and Revati Prasad)

The Data Paradox : How the War on Poverty Became a War on the Poor (2017)

Book reviews

“The Undersea Network,” by Nicole Starosielski (2015)

“Information Politics : Liberation and Exploitation in the Digital Society,” by Tim Jordan (2015)

“Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy : The Many Faces of Anonymous,” by Gabriella Coleman (2015)

“Disruptive Power : The Crisis of the State in the Digital Age,” by Taylor Owen, and “The Real Cyber War: The Political Economy of Internet Freedom,” by Shawn M. Powers and Michael Jablonski (2016)

“Free Expression, Globalism, and the New Strategic Communication,” by Monroe E. Price, and “US Power and the Internet in International Relations: The Irony of the Information Age,” by Madeline Carr (2017)