Where the news industry went wrong: it got hooked on advertising
Where the news industry went wrong: it got hooked on advertising

The thirst for eyeballs to feed the ad monster has killed ethical reporting

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We’re all authors now, but what’s the moral of the story?
We’re all authors now, but what’s the moral of the story?

It is easier than ever for anyone to publish on the Internet but what if you use my song as the backing track for your family video?

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We can’t hear you
We can’t hear you

A new online tool to help employees expose corruption still leaves whistleblowers vulnerable.

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Coping with Fakebook
Coping with Fakebook

A refugee’s selfie made him the target of racists. His failed court case shows the justice system needs to catch up.

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Borderline intrusive
Borderline intrusive

Plans for new EU border controls pose a serious risk to fundamental rights, say opponents  

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Cross-border access to content: Too little, too late!
Cross-border access to content: Too little, too late!

At a BARE MINIMUM I expect to be able to watch videos I’ve paid for on holiday. This political deal is righting a wrong, not creating some utopian world for me as a customer.

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Web users’ metadata can be tracked by targeted ads, leaked draft EU law reveals
Web users’ metadata can be tracked by targeted ads, leaked draft EU law reveals

Plus: Whatsapp, Skype, Facebook, and other OTT providers face tough new privacy rules.

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Google rebuffs EU antitrust charge against Android business tactics
Google rebuffs EU antitrust charge against Android business tactics

Google responds to Brussels’ charge sheet, cries foul.

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Technology moving too fast for governments to keep up, says former Darpa head
Technology moving too fast for governments to keep up, says former Darpa head

Former US defence technology chief supports encryption and privacy, despite intelligence services’ fears

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