The Chinese social media app is 300 million strong and growing. It's also really fun. But how safe is your data?
Articles tagged "control"
A new study suggests that curing syphilis, not popularizing the pill, was what first got things cookin'.
The bill, which would have eliminated “gun-free zones” statewide, passed through Michigan’s heavily Republican legislature last Thursday, a day before the Sandy Hook horror.
After Martin Bryant killed 35 people in 1996, Australia enacted new gun laws that worked.
h3. A Day at the Anti-Web Rally In the future, the great Internet rally of 2012 might be seen as the prescient start of a global movement to grapple with the impact of this amazing and beguiling series of tubes: addiction, distraction, stupidity,
If you have held a job or spent any time at a post office or airport or military prison in Iraq, you probably know the feeling. New "research":http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2011-09/uosc-pce092011.php by professors of management Nathanael Fa…
Like those old see-through iMac keyboards from about 5 years ago except more disgusting and strangely more soothing.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a tidy person, I vacuum my house and of course keep myself clean, so and so forth. ‘Brush your hands and wash your teeth’ (is that how it goes?) and all that. But once you move out of your parent’s house, you no l…
We all know that as technology empowers us to do more, it carries with it all manner of problems. But one of our biggest pickles tends to slip right by us: We're not free. So argues Tim Wu, law professor, author of "_The Master Switch_":http://www…