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In Our View: First Amendment doesn't require sharing hate - The Columbian
In Our View: First Amendment doesn't require sharing hate   The Columbian

In the United States, even the most toxic forms of speech can be spewed without fear of government interference. While that protects a free-flowing sewer of ...


How the internet works - Financial Times
How the internet works   Financial Times

Cloudflare's termination of contract with 8chan drew attention to building blocks of the web.


The Deep Dangers of Life Online - The Wall Street Journal
The Deep Dangers of Life Online   The Wall Street Journal

The El Paso and Dayton mass murderers reflect a modern epidemic of online self-obsession.


The web is 30 years old. What better time to fight for its future? - World Economic Forum
The web is 30 years old. What better time to fight for its future?   World Economic Forum

Today, 30 years on from my original proposal for an information management system, half the world is online. It's a moment to celebrate how far we've come, but ...


If we want to solve climate change, water governance is our blueprint - World Economic Forum
If we want to solve climate change, water governance is our blueprint   World Economic Forum

The phrase “fail to prepare or prepare to fail” comes to mind as we enter an era in which governments and communities must band together to mitigate climate ...


Canada's digital chief Alex Benay quits government - Global Government Forum
Canada's digital chief Alex Benay quits government   Global Government Forum

Alex Benay has announced he will step down as Canada's chief information officer next month to “take on new challenge” at tech start-up MindBridge. “It is with ...


Would the internet be a better place if no-one was anonymous? - Stuff.co.nz
Would the internet be a better place if no-one was anonymous?   Stuff.co.nz

"Monstrous" and "vicious" *content* online prompts calls to ban anonymity on social media.


70% of seniors are now online and using technology - World Economic Forum
70% of seniors are now online and using technology   World Economic Forum

With the ageing population growing, technology is advancing at a rapid rate in meeting the needs of older people. While once lauded as being technophobes, ...


Pacific leaders, Australia agree to disagree about action on climate change - World - ReliefWeb
Pacific leaders, Australia agree to disagree about action on climate change - World   ReliefWeb

Australia has stymied efforts by small island states to get Pacific-wide consensus on their declaration for stronger action on climate change. Key points: Australia ...


Cloudflare Ditches 8chan. What Happens Now? - WIRED
Cloudflare Ditches 8chan. What Happens Now?   WIRED

The internet infrastructure firm Cloudflare said it would cut *service* on Sunday evening to 8chan, the infamous online forum that has housed numerous posts and ...


The Story of the Very First Thing Securely Sold on the Internet - VICE
The Story of the Very First Thing Securely Sold on the Internet   VICE

25 years ago, a college kid named Dan Kohn had the novel idea to let people buy things online. The first thing he ever sold was a Sting solo album.


The Rise Of NoFap: Why Young Men Are Quitting Masturbation - HuffPost UK
The Rise Of NoFap: Why Young Men Are Quitting Masturbation   HuffPost UK

The NoFap community has grown alongside the rise in internet porn – but is it helping anyone?


5G deployment--5 commandments for success (Reader Forum) - RCR Wireless News
5G deployment--5 commandments for success (Reader Forum)   RCR Wireless News

It's important that operators are supported to monetize opportunities through 5G deployment, but it's also crucial to support goals with good plans.


Philippines emerges as a hateful Dark Web hub | Article - Asia Times
Philippines emerges as a hateful Dark Web hub | Article   Asia Times

The recent mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, an extremist assault which claimed 22 lives, had online roots in the Philippines via a Dark Web-hosted forum run by ...


Lisa Sanders From Netflix's 'Diagnosis' On Why Sometimes The Crowd Knows Better Than Your Doctor - Bustle
Lisa Sanders From Netflix's 'Diagnosis' On Why Sometimes The Crowd Knows Better Than Your Doctor   Bustle

Anyone who has ever Googled a remedy for a stomach cramp in the middle of the night only to eventually (and wrongfully) deduce that they have an advanced ...