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Britain's Labour leader suggests fee for Facebook, Amazon, Google to reform media landscape and restore public's trust in press
The man who runs a now-famous email encryption company says math determines encryption, not ethics
There are still no plans for the Facebook CEO to face questioning at the UK parliament
New function makes source of paid ads clear ahead of historic referendum. But critics say it doesn't go far enough
The University of Cambridge has rejected a freedom of information request from WikiTribune related to an internal dispute over the work of the academic who is a key character...
Cambridge Analytica scandal was a result of Facebook's 'DNA', not a bug: personal data has made it a fortune and it is insatiable
Digital Age iconoclast has a new book, a new attitude, and new wisdom for social media users
Former Cambridge Analytica staffer testifies to investigation into misuse of Facebook data
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) could change the internet as we know it
Christopher Wylie alleged that Cambridge Analytica and Palantir worked together on the data harvested from Facebook
WikiTribune talks to experts on the significance of the Cambridge Analytica exposé and the ethics of Big Data
The proposal is likely to face a battle according to Britain's Financial Times newspaper
On the threshold of a new era, governance needs to focus on the global public interest.
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