Charlie Warzel

opinion writer at large for the New York Times

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Charlie Warzel is a senior technology writer for BuzzFeed.

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Various countries are starting to reopen. In Taiwan, baseball stadiums are filling up with fans. In Spain, nonessential workers are heading back to the office.

How to change public opinion: Applying Ebola lessons to coronavirus

Various countries are starting to reopen. In Taiwan, baseball stadiums are filling up with fans. In Spain, nonessential workers are heading back to the office.

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If you own a smartphone, you also own a tracking device. Companies are always watching. The New York Times tracked a member of President Trump’s entourage all over Palm Beach, Florida.

Smartphone apps are tracking our locations, and even the president is not immune

If you own a smartphone, you also own a tracking device. Companies are always watching. The New York Times tracked a member of President Trump’s entourage all over Palm Beach, Florida.

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Presidential campaigns aren’t just on TV anymore, they’re on countless digital platforms.

Controlling the message; American politics and new media

Presidential campaigns aren’t just on TV anymore, they’re on countless digital platforms.

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