The politics of artificial intelligence: AI, in settings as diverse as politics, commerce, policing and warfare, amplifies longstanding prejudices circumscribing access to the political public sphere, changing our relations to ourselves and others
Streaming capitalizes on the utopian hopes attached to the mp3: Profit, it turns out, is platform agnostic
Copyright in Europe – Main (potential) life events of a work
The Role of a Manager Has to Change in 5 Key Ways
When Companies Should Invest in Training Their Employees — and When They Shouldn’t
Russia, Portugal ready for dialogue over cybersecurity: “Portugal’s football club Benfica asked Russian cyber specialists for assistance in investigating a leak of confidential information from internal electronic correspondence”
Prélèvement à la source : le gouvernement publiera l’algorithme qui calcule votre taux d’imposition
To Catch a Hacker: Toward a comprehensive strategy to identify, pursue, and punish malicious cyber actors
Younger Europeans are tuning out of TV news — but they’re into newspaper websites
Newspapers are mostly dead, but the news isn’t: What you’ve actually seen is a pretty significant evolution in the business model of news
Animated map reveals the 550,000 miles of cable hidden under the ocean that power the internet
The Evolution of Character Codes, 1874-1968
Estos son los 17 nuevos “derechos digitales” aprobados por el Congreso
The Autocracy App: There is evidence that Facebook too has tried to leverage its monopoly to preempt innovation by copying its more inventive competitors, as when Instagram cribbed “Stories” and other popular features from Snapchat.
GCHQ uses Instagram to ‘open up world of espionage’ to public
We posed as 100 Senators to run ads on Facebook. Facebook approved all of them.