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"Hello angel how are you doing over there?"
Conceptual artist Mark Farid believes our online privacy is the only right we have left – and that’s why governments and companies are so keen to take it from us.
Your friends on social media may scoff, but sharing your experience of raising a child is a feminist, and fundamentally human, act.
Facebook wants to be a news source, so it's made two trillion old posts searchable.
In England, lit fests thrive, as Auberon Waugh once put it, because writers hate writing and readers hate reading.
10 billion views, 40 million subscribers and 15 minutes of video per day – how an unknown 25-year-old Swede conquered the internet.
Mark Zuckerberg didn't like it, it used to be called the “awesome button”, and FriendFeed got there first.
The creator fo the street photography project has turned his attention to the human stories behind the migrant crisis.
To be a woman in the public eye these days, or actually anyone who can operate a Twitter account, means to be subject to abuse. But support can come from unlikely places.
The app claims that “character is destiny”, and that we should be constantly judged based on our past interactions with others. But do we really believe that?
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