Fake News vs Free Speech: Facebook’s Festering Information Challenge

Fake news, charges of election meddling by foreign propaganda, and now allegations of listening in on conversations made through the chat interface of the platform: face it Facebook, you’re no longer the friendly-go-lucky “connect to friends and family” tech company you were when you started out. Between heavy mining and sale of personal data, combined […]

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Privacy in a Post-Brexit World

With the UK leaving, what’s going to happen to Privacy Shield? All ballots are in, and the world has changed: on June 24th, voters in the United Kingdom took part in what has been named Brexit, the referendum on the country’s membership in the European Union. With a total of 51.9% votes to leave, the […]