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The Current (Events): You can handle the truth

The Current (Events): You can handle the truth

Jack Benson, Editor in Chief

February 14, 2019

Through algorithms and the intrinsic property of the internet to create space for echo chambers, one can too easily have to struggle to find the truth.

Online strangers become Bergner’s virtual friends

Online strangers become Bergner’s virtual friends

Isabel Saavedra-Weis, RubicOnline Editor

February 5, 2019

Some people might see having friends you’ve never met, or even seen, as strange and unnatural. However, Bergner finds this aspect of online friendship to be rather comforting.

Infographic of the Week: Trust in website and internet use varies

Infographic of the Week: Trust in website and internet use varies

Izzy Brooks, Staff Writer

June 8, 2018

Teens worry more about the monitoring of their internet searches than their social media privacy.

Facebook “data breach” may be a turning point in internet privacy

Facebook “data breach” may be a turning point in internet privacy

Noah Raaum, Videographer

April 2, 2018

Recently, internet privacy issues have gotten more traction in the media than ever before.

The unfortunate future of privacy on the internet

Jack Benson, The Rubicon Editor

April 14, 2017

The recent legislation passsed by congress is a huge loss toward the future of internet privacy

Spanish VI reminds students relevance of internet safety

Spanish VI reminds students relevance of internet safety

Mimi Geller, RubicOnline Editor

April 12, 2017

Spanish VI students will be giving presentations to the middle school Spanish students regarding social media safety and internet hazards.

Net neutrality — what is it and how does it affect you?

Net neutrality — what is it and how does it affect you?

Paul Watkins, Science & Technology Editor

March 3, 2015

Net neutrality, or the principle that all internet traffic should be treated equally, has sparked a large debate in the United States.