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Articles tagged "Internet"
Palo Alto's new Tesla statue has a radical agenda.
It's too easy for hoaxes, conspiracy theories and outright lies to go viral.
Frustrated with the spotty service in their Red Hook neighborhood, Eric and Rob Veskler went to extreme measures to find a solution—they built their own internet from the ground up.
Trolls be trollin'. Then they get banned.
"To combine something as unassuming as a pie with something as exciting as homemade rocket fuel is totally my style."
The well-respected security analyst analyzing the Snowden documents, on the dangerous trade-offs we make on the Internet.
Traffic stats show people watch less porn on holidays, and when they've generally got something better to do.
Vint Cerf says “privacy may actually be an anomaly”, while chairman Eric Schmidt wants to “encrypt everything”. Is Google hedging with users and government?
The Sweden-based artist Anders Ramsell painstakingly recreated the entire sci-fi classic with a paintbrush. Here's why he did it.
For folks who are too afraid to leave the house on Friday.
Prepare to welcome these imminent new domains.
The idea of encrypted assassination markets was first floated nearly 20 years ago. Now an actual Kickstarter for killing has gone live.
Hey, Internet: Got questions for Rob Rhinehart, CEO and inventor of Soylent? Well, ask away.
How to DIY your internet experience.
Oh, and it will cost US taxpayers millions of dollars, too. Here's how.
The media's coverage of the NSA proves that its greatest bias isn't towards Democrats or Republicans—but towards institutional power itself.
The UK’s top spot on the Open Data Barometer is at odds with proposals to restrict Freedom of Information requests.
With a Trillion Sensors, the Internet of Things Would Be the "Biggest Business in the History of Electronics"
There are already 3.5 billion sensors linking objects to the internet out there, and we're just ramping up. Execs at Cisco and GE are predicting a $15 trillion market in just 6 years.
The world's best internet is on the moon.