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#Destaques
We dismiss claims about mobiles being bad for our health – but is that because studies showing a link to cancer have been cast into doubt by the industry? Not one major news organisation in the US or Europe reported this scientific news. [& Do Microwaves Cause Cancer?]

The impact of Populist Radical Right Parties on socio-economic policies

Why GOV.UK content should be published in HTML and not PDF

#Artes
Datamoshing: a lesson in digital art history

#Cidades
How Helsinki Arrived at the Future of Urban Travel First

#DireitosPatentes
Electronic Frontier Foundation is a corporate front, “no different than the rest

Guy In Charge Of Pushing Draconian EU Copyright Directive, Evasive About His Own Use Of Copyright Protected Images

#FuturoDoTrabalho
The Future of Work will be exploding with opportunity and imploding and dying at the same time

How to prepare for the cloud worker era

3 Ways Drone Startups Are Making Dangerous Workplaces Safer

Teaching robots to be more reliable teammates for soldiers

What is the true human cost of your £5 hand car wash?

#HumanosFuturos
Women Invent the Future

#InSegurança
ANACOM recebeu 192 notificações de violações de segurança ou falhas de serviço em 2017, mais 83% do que as 105 recebidas em 2016 [e 100 em 2015].

#Media
7 tips for securing funding from Google’s Digital News Initiative

Misleading Subscription Practices At The Financial Times

#Memórias
Social Media’s Dial-Up Ancestor: The Bulletin Board System

Anonymous man who found this solution deserves to be called the world’s first competent programmer

Social Home Robots: 35 Years of Progress

Barbie Typewriter: most electronic variants have a hidden built-in cryptographic capability that allows secret writing.

What I Learned Working for Steve Ballmer

#Privacidades
Big Brother’s Blind Spot: Surveillance companies, however, have every incentive to sell Big Brother to governments and businesses, no matter how far their products fall short, because those customers tend to understand “Orwellian” as a good thing.

Why Stronger Privacy Regulations Do Not Spur Increased Internet Use

Facial recognition technology: The need for public regulation and corporate responsibility [Inside the creepy and impressive startup funded by the Chinese government that is developing AI that can recognize anyone, anywhere]

We do need the government to assume its rightful role in protecting personal privacy and rights in the AI era

TSA screeners win immunity from abuse claims

#Realidades
The First Real Boom in Virtual Reality? It’s Pornography.

Forget about VR in the living room; this summer it’s on waterslides and in arcades

VR Arles Festival: meilleur film Treehugger : Wawona

How Minecraft is helping kids fall in love with books

#RedesSociais
Facebook Makes Moves on Instagram’s Users

Why Some of Instagram’s Biggest Memers Are Locking Their Accounts

The Twitch streamers who spend years broadcasting to no one

#Telecoms
Experts Disagree on Top Applications for 5G

Don’t outsource the job of managing your time and attention to Apple or Google

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