Digital Cash: A Cultural History (Princeton University Press, 2018).

Communication (University of Minnesota Press/meson press, 2018), co-authored with Mercedes Bunz.

Obfuscation: A User’s Guide for Privacy and Protest (MIT Press, 2015), co-authored with Helen Nissenbaum. Polish edition.

Spam: A Shadow History of the Internet (MIT Press, 2013). Winner of the 2013 PROSE Award in Computing & Information Sciences. Japanese edition.

Articles and Chapters

WeChat / Weixin / 微信. In Appified: The Culture of Mundane Software (ed. Jeremy Wade-Morris and Sarah Murray). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2018 (in press)

Hacking (book chapter). Handbook of Digital Media and Communication Routledge, 2019 (in progress)

Spam (book chapter). The SAGE Handbook of Web History. SAGE, 2018 (in press)

Making People and Influencing Friends: Citation Networks and the Appearance of Significance. In Gaming Metrics, 2017 (in press)

Notes from /dev/null. Internet Histories 1:1-2, March 2017

Silver. In Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and Other Money Stuff (ed. Bill Maurer and Lana Swartz). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2017

The Extortion Stack. Limn 8, February 2017

Petit guide de conversation avec les extraterrestres: Une autre histoire de l’intelligence artificielle. Le Monde diplomatique, August 2016

Une Histoire du Spam: Le revers de la communauté en ligne. Translation of “Constitutive Interference: Spam and Online Communities” (Representations 117, Winter 2012) by Nona Libbrecht-Carey. In La revue Résaux 197-198, March-April 2016

Keeping the Books. Limn 6, March 2016

The Entropy Archives. Limn 6, March 2016

Où tu vas, j’y serai toujours. In Extra Fantômes, catalog for La Gaîté lyrique, April 2016 (also available in English)

The Bitcoin Protocol: Long-Term Promises and Dangers of Cryptocurrencies. In Technology: Impacts, Challenges and the Future, The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research. ECSSR (Abu Dhabi), 2015

An Affair to Remember. Artforum, December 2015

How to Hide in Plain Sight: A Visual Essay. Public Books, December 2015

Tempting Information. In The Rumours of the World: Rethinking Trust in the Age of the Internet, ed. Omar Kholeif. Sternberg, 2015

The Canon Cat: Processing Advanced Work. With Lori Emerson. Vlak: Contemporary Poetics and the Arts, 2015

Heat Exchanges. The MoneyLab Reader: An Intervention in Digital Economy ed. Geert Lovink, Nathaniel Tkacz, Patricia de Vries. Institute of Network Cultures, 2015

The Hidden Variable. Artforum, November 2014

Culture Digitally: Spam, and the Challenge of Chasing Shadows. With Kevin Driscoll and Tarleton Gillespie. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 58(4), 2014, p. 687-697. (Also published in Culture Digitally, January 7, 2014)

Scholarrrh interview! avec Finn Brunton. Tracés: Revue de Sciences Humaines, June 25, 2014

Stanislaw Lem: Summa Technologiae. (Review.) Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, May 2014

Une histoire du spam. Le Monde diplomatique (also in English and other languages — including Esperanto!), March 2014

More Problems More Money. Artforum, February 2014

Kleptography. Radical Philosophy 183, Jan/Feb 2014. Reprinted in The Guardian, January 7, 2014

Closer to the Metal. With Gabriella Coleman. In Media Technologies: Essays on Communication, Materiality, and Society, ed. Tarleton Gillespie, Pablo Boczkowski, Kirsten Foot. MIT Press, 2014

Insecurity Systems. Artforum, October 2013

Political and Ethical Perspectives on Data Obfuscation. With Helen Nissenbaum. In Privacy, Due Process and the Computational Turn: The Philosophy of Law Meets the Philosophy of Technology, ed. Mireille Hildebrandt, Katja De Vries. Routledge, 2013

The Long, Weird History of the Nigerian E-Mail Scam. The Boston Globe, May 19, 2013.

Chris Marker, 1921-2012: Future Anterior. Radical Philosophy 176, Nov/Dec 2012

The Walled City: “Cannot One Dream of a Computer Hypothesis?” Radical Philosophy 175, Sept/Oct 2012

Constitutive Interference: Spam and Networked Communities. Representations 117, Winter 2012

Vernacular Resistance to Data Collection and Analysis: A Political Theory of Obfuscation. With Helen Nissenbaum. First Monday vol 16, no 5

Keyspace: Reflections on WikiLeaks and the Assange Papers. Radical Philosophy 166, Mar/Apr 2011

After WikiLeaks, Us. The New Everyday, April 4, 2011

“Roar So Wildly”: Spam, Language, Technology. Radical Philosophy 164, Nov/Dec 2010

Manners of Unfolding With Processing artists and Prof. Laura Marks. Companion site for Enfoldment and Infinity (MIT, 2010)

Barricade/Labyrinth: Ten Years of Read/Writing Walter Benjamin Personal project, 2010