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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...
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Sina Weibo, China's version of Twitter, has reversed a sweeping ban on 'homosexual content'
A London court rejected Google's argument that it was still in the public interest to list links related to a businessman's past
The discussion site said it believes the accounts were connected to a Russian agency described as a "troll farm"
Groups allege YouTube collects locations and phone numbers without parental consent and breaches rules.
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Digital Age iconoclast has a new book, a new attitude, and new wisdom for social media users
The man who runs a now-famous email encryption company says math determines encryption, not ethics
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Ideas, questions and general brainstorming on how to report on the future of 'your data'