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Though the company could take the financial hit, the damage it would do to its relationship with the US government is a price it is not prepared to pay.
A serious cyberattack has happened on a political party – an argument over how Labour describes it is pointless.
The implications of misunderstanding internet terminology go far beyond a minor misread.
For some the ability to self-reflect is a fun bit of exploration. But for others it's an opportunity for unrelenting self-improvement.
With longer work hours, the rise of the gig economy and smartphone apps competing for our every waking moment, sleep has become the final frontier of consumer capitalism. No wonder we’re so tired.
A survey of central London appears to show clusters of attacks around parliament and Whitehall.
Twitter isn’t a political hellscape because of paid advertising, it’s a political hellscape because of its users.
On the day Twitter banned political ads, the chair of the DCMS select committee discusses elections in the age of social media.
Deepening lines of communication and funding are creating the kind of loose, nefarious networks that once haunted the far-right’s fever-dreams.
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Asgardia wants to be the world's first space nation. By 2023, its citizens plan to establish their own laws, government and currency. In space.