The fantasy world of informed consent to violations of privacy
Fred H. Cate
| 16 Dec 2014 | CONNECTING |
Childhood 2.0 is a little buggy
| 05 December 2014 | FEATURES |
Toddlers teach parents how bad their online habits are for family life.
Challenged by the internet, professional journalism pushes back
As the dust settles from this newest wave of technology, what is emerging is a new hybridity.
You’ve got mail. Try not to read it.
Fasting from your email could change your life.
All wired up: the contraceptive chip
The Gates Foundation has funded an implantable device which can be controlled remotely.
Internet publicity helps bust the “evil sat fats” myth
Want to comment? Use your real name, please
| 04 April 2014 | FEATURES |
Is it possible to keep online discussions civil, or must they always drip with vitriol?
Cleaning up online comments
| 3 Apr 2014 | CONNECTING |
The cloudy future
Karl D. Stephan
| 04 February 2014 | FEATURES |
The big technology companies are forcing us into the Cloud, whether we like it or not.
The internet after Snowden: what now?
How can private citizens protect their privacy if intelligence agencies are able to track on-line activity of "anyone, anywhere, anytime"?
The selfie comes of age
| 12 December 2013 | FEATURES |
Obama's selfie at Nelson Mandela's funeral creates an international stir.
Is the dream of free online university education fading?
| 22 November 2013 | FEATURES |
The head of the biggest online education provider now says that it is a "lousy product".
Happy birthday to Google, the teenager that runs the world
| 10 September 2013 | FEATURES |
By the time you were 15, had you become a verb?
Your social networks and the secret story of metadata
| 23 July 2013 | FEATURES |
American intelligence agencies are tracking emails and creating patterns of behaviour. You can do this yourself. Try it.
No warrant, no problem
It's relatively easy for the US government to follow its citizens' digital trails. And most of the time, you will never know.
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