Hiawatha Bray

Bray is a technology writer for the Business section. He has contributed to a number of newspapers and magazines including Wired, Fast Company and Black Enterprise. He received an Overseas Press Club award for his series on the Internet in Africa.

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Banning sex-slave ads shouldn’t trigger a fight

By , Globe Staff

The Communications Decency Act shields Internet operators from liability for the awful things their users post. But Congress is ready to change the law.

The US case against Kaspersky? It’s secret.

By , Globe Staff

Federal officials have so far declined to release evidence behind their accusations computer firm is a Kremlin stooge.

Feds ban use of Kaspersky software

By and , Globe Staff

It’s unclear how many Kaspersky programs are installed in US government computers.


Super iPhone may not be quite super enough for the price

By , Globe Columnist

For $999, the iPhone X offers little in the way of worthwhile extras.