#Destaques
Bitcanal, a Portuguese Web hosting firm long accused of helping spammers hijack large swaths of dormant Internet address space over the years, was summarily kicked off the Internet this week after a half-dozen of the company’s bandwidth providers chose to sever ties with the company.

Falling Short: An analysis of the reporting of UK drone strikes by the MoD: The report finds that while the MoD’s attempts to be transparent in this area are to be welcomed, too often insufficient information is given

How Fortnite became the Instagram of gaming

#Artes
William Gibson’s abandoned Alien 3 script will be published as a comic book

#Cidades
7 countries hold half the world’s population

#DireitosPatentes
Google Books and the open web

#FuturoDoTrabalho
3-D Printing Is the Future of Factories (& guns)

#HumanosFuturos
To Make Sense of the Present, Brains May Predict the Future

#InSegurança
US military drone documents are selling for $150 on the dark web

#Media
Invigilante: que não vigia ou que não está com atenção. É este o estado do jornalismo em Portugal.

54 newsrooms, 9 countries, and 9 core ideas: Here’s what two researchers found in a yearlong quest for journalism innovation

Audio and Podcasting Fact Sheet

#Memórias
Microsoft: why the OS division has a “no Easter Eggs” policy (2005)

#Privacidades
Walmart patents surveillance tool that can eavesdrop on workers (is it legal?)

#Realidades
The Mario Kart VR experience is coming to London

#Telecoms
The future internet could be built of diamonds

Web Architecture 101: The basic architecture concepts I wish I knew when I was getting started as a web developer