Just because you only look at metadata doesn’t mean you’re free of ethical and legal concerns. Here’s an example.
With one fight in the net neutrality war lost, carriers are borrowing a page from discount airlines and using free services as a Trojan Horse for the tiered Internet.
What if your access to something tomorrow depended on your behavior today, but you only knew about it in retrospect? Also, a weird dream.
Does biology affect culture? And does culture affect how we make decisions? If so, perhaps geopolitics relies more on our jungle-surplus wetware than we’re willing to admit.
I spent hours trying to get my own content back from Flickr. I found out it violates the cloud’s prime directive: Get me my stuff.
If my native Québec wants to save its language and culture, it desperately needs the very allies they’re trying to shun with a crackdown on language.