Category: Internet

Thomas Knapp: Big Government and Big Tech Versus the Internet and Everyone

They’re killing the Internet. They’re killing the future. They’re killing us

Tim Berners-Lee: 30 years on, what’s next #ForTheWeb?

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 also an opportunity to reflect on how far we have yet to go. The web has become a public square, a library, a doctor’s office, a shop, Read more…

Julian Vigo: The Crisis of Online Feminism Today

There are serious problems within feminism online activist circles that have revealed serious issues of elitist narratives that seeks to dispossess others from having a seat at the table

Adam Entous: Private Mossad for Hire

Inside an effort to influence American elections, starting with one small-town race

Various Contributors: Venezuelan News Site Latest Victim in Facebook Censorship

Facebook has removed the page of yet another media outlet. This time, it’s not a far right fringe network like Infowars, but “Venezuela’s only independent, grassroots leftwing English media platform,” the outlet, Venezuela Analysis, noted on Twitter

Mathew Ingram: In 2019, will the tide turn against Facebook and social media?

Could this be the point at which public opinion finally begins to turn and people to delete their accounts, or at least stop using the service so much?

Derrick Johnson: NAACP Launches Boycott of Facebook

Platform Is Unhealthy for African Americans & U.S. Democracy

Julian Vigo: The World Google Controls and Surveillance Capitalism

We need to stay informed about the encroachment of big business and social media corporations in our private lives and the depths to which the private sector can farm information

Giri Sreenivas: It’s time to take back your data

To safeguard our privacy, we need a decentralised internet where personal data is no longer stored on massive servers owned by a handful of corporations

Maria Ressa: How Facebook Aids Authoritarians

Interview on Duterte’s deadly “war on drugs,” his affinity for Donald Trump, and his weaponization of social media

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