It is increasingly difficult to say with a straight face that Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg are fit to run a company with as much global power as Facebook.
And it will make it harder for those mounting a defence of modern capitalism.
Shiru Cafe in Providence, Rhode Island is getting students to give them personal data instead of financial payment. The business innovation may be normalised sooner than you think.
A combination of strong communities and a lack of advertising means it would be more difficult than targeting other online information sources.
Gaming music has come a long way from the 8-bit Mario theme.
The former mayor of New York is helping launch a cross-country project offering funding for local projects aimed at reducing carbon emissions.
We should be told, clearly and comprehensively, the rules that tech firms use to regulate political debate.
Once dismissed as a hippie indulgence, drugs such as LSD are now at the front line of research into depression and anxiety. Could psychedelics actually make us better people?
Even political stances can be detected.
XPLORA is the newest wearable technology for kids aged five to ten, with current features and future ambitions to rival a dystopian drama.
Are we willing to give up our freedom in exchange for efficient, data-driven public services owned and run by tech giants?