Same procedure as every week: I've read the entire internet so you don't have to. Here's what I found.
Bruce Schneier calls himself a «public-interest technologist». In this podcast interview, he talks about hacking in its broadest sense: When people follow the rules while subverting their intent. He makes the point that many political and financial systems are created in a way that allows already powerful people to hack them. Thought-provoking.
There are millions of articles on what parents should and shouldn't allow their kids to do with their phones. Why not turn it around and let teenagers tell their perspective? Great, refreshing read.
An excellent analysis on why traditional centre right parties are losing elections everywhere — and why this should worry you even if you favour more liberal, leftist parties: «The pendulum will always swing back eventually. At the current rate, in much of the West, when it does so it will pass through a vacuum where the moderate right once stood – and onwards, rightwards, to less palatable alternatives beyond.» (You might need to register for free to be able to read the article — it's worth it.)