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Apparently the internet is now a human right

Issue 48/2019

Antitrust, Bernie Sanders and the Hollywood experience

It's just so simple, isn't it:Bernie Sanders unveiled a plan Friday to expand broadband internet access as part of a push to boost the economy and reduce corporate power over Americans.In his sprawlin […] Read on →

Delivered on 10 December, 2019


Hong Kong election results

Issue 47/2019

China, blockchain innovator

From the SCMP:"China’s cryptocurrency miners are cautiously celebrating a government decision not to ban the energy-intensive industry even as authorities launch a fresh crackdown on trading virtual c […] Read on →

Delivered on 03 December, 2019


Cybertruck memes are incredible

Issue 46/2019

Insanity or genius?

I don't know what everyone's favourite eccentric billionaire, Elon Musk, has been smoking (or do I), but Tesla's latest "innovation" really is something else. Meet the "Cybertruck": Read on →

Delivered on 26 November, 2019


Machine learning

Issue 45/2019

Bad mistakes, Europe has made a few

More specifically, the regulatory behemoth that is the European Union:"Regulators in Brussels have been heralded as the world’s leading tech industry watchdogs. But Mr. Stables and other veterans of t […] Read on →

Delivered on 19 November, 2019


Quantitative Easing Four is here

Issue 44/2019

Google's not so bad

Does Google leverage its users' browsing history and personal emails for profit? Of course. But at least it's upfront about it. Not so your internet service provider (ISP), to which you probably pay a […] Read on →

Delivered on 12 November, 2019