Beyond Fireworks: The Next Generation of Drone Light Shows
Under new legislation, EU countries could force broadcasters to pay into national funds supporting European film and television, even if they are headquarted in another member state: The legislation could target companies like Altice, which broadcasts French-language productions in France but is based in the Netherlands.
France seizes France.com from man who’s had it since ‘94, so he sues (o Portugal.com foi registado em Março de 1995 e não é do governo…)
In just 7 months, the US public domain will get its first infusion since 1998
The facts about a recent counterfeiting case brought by the U.S. government vs Microsoft attempts to spin its role in counterfeiting case + Debullshitifying Microsoft’s smear campaign against the recycler it helped send to prison
The next great workplace challenge: 100-year careers
American companies that fall victim to data breaches want to retaliate against the culprits. But can they do so without breaking the law?
Facebook shrinks fake news after warnings backfire: The company is trying to walk a fine line between censorship and sensibility.
The Justice Department Deleted Language About Press Freedom And Racial Gerrymandering From Its Internal Manual
The Origins of “Artificial Intelligence”: It is generally agreed that John McCarthy coined the phrase “artificial intelligence” in the written proposal for a 1956 Dartmouth workshop, dated August 31st, 1955.
Brain surveillance: China is mining data directly from workers’ brains on an industrial scale
Emerging Markets Can’t Quit Facebook: social commerce solves two key problems in emerging markets.
I tried leaving Facebook. I couldn’t