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Laurie Clarke is a reporter at New Statesman Tech.
Increasingly, the price of access to a global digital market is assisting the policing of online speech.
The director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation warns that often conversation around online speech is “uninformed” or “misinformed”.
Uber, Lyft and other gig-economy firms have successfully coopted the legislation. But their efforts to hide behind Section 230 are beginning to unravel.
The Digital Services and Markets Act is the greatest regulatory threat that Big Tech has ever faced. But the industry is fighting back.
Commitments, statements of values and training have done little to change the unequal nature of the companies building our economic future.
The answer involves a complex trade-off between personal autonomy, bodily integrity and the public good.
Artificial intelligence has enabled new ways to attack systems, but also to defend them.
Energy-guzzling data centres and supply chains mean our online lives leave a heavy environmental footprint.
The hyper-polarisation of discussions about how to handle the coronavirus pandemic risks stifling nuance and undermining scientific inquiry.
The Facebook CEO's newfound support for the revision of a key internet law has raised questions about his motives.