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A quick introduction to Policymakr, the new start-up I've been planning since the dramatic events of 2016Read the article
What’s ‘open’ anyway? Walled gardens will never stifle innovation and shouldn’t be confused with Net neutrality
Walled gardens will never stifle innovation and shouldn’t be confused with Net neutrality: few IT companies have shown growth without resorting to economic models perceived as ‘closed’Read the article
Did you even know Facebook has unilaterally decided to share all your data with anyone it pleases?
A change in policy announced last week allows Facebook to share all your date with anyone they pleases, though it's still possible to opt out of thisRead the article
The welcome trend away from anonymous posting on the Internet
Content quality, on balance is improved immeasurably if people are prepared to stand up for they are saying. Does this mean people will comment less? Probably. Does it matter all that much? I don’t think so.Read the article
Social networking: going towards an oligopolistic closed-shop system?
Social networking has matured. Three years ago, a vast number of start-ups were competing in the field, and few people other than geeks actually bothered to use them. Today the sector is much more concentratedRead the article