This chapter asks: what are the implications of the first three volumes of Martin Heidegger's Black Notebooks (published as one book in 2014) for the reception of Heidegger in the study, theory, and philosophy of media, communication, and technology? Heidegger's works have had significant influence on studies of the media, communication, and the Internet. Given the anti-Semitism in the Black Notebooks and their implications, it is time that Heideggerians abandon Heidegger, and instead focus on alternative traditions of thought. It is now also the moment where scholars should consider stopping to eulogise and reference Heidegger when theorising and analysing the media, communication, culture, technology, digital media, and the Internet.