‘While the world closely observes the political turmoil in the US, a new wave of censorship suggests a dire future for the freedom of the Internet.’
“Turning on the news, one might think that there is a single answer to every issue and there is always the “correct” side to stand on. However, policy is never binary and we are merely seeing an illusion of unanimity.”
The obsession with ownership and the lamentable state of our housing policy means we’ve got another thing coming. […]
The 2020 US presidential elections are coming and they are about to get weird.
Today, I bring you perhaps the best tip on how to stay informed – don’t watch the news.
“If anything, this situation is a show of failure on all sides. Failure of the policemen who detained Floyd to prevent a needles death. Failure of the president to exert leadership. Failure of local authorities to defend their own citizens. And the moment that the protests turned into riots, a failure of human conscience.”
‘The legal protection of social media is a problem that affects all of us and the question needs to be raised: Is this a fight to protect free speech, or to destroy it?’
“Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity”. This simple idea, commonly known as Hanlon’s […]
Während der vergangenen Monate hat Covid-19 uns viele Dinge gelehrt, die unseren Blick auf die Welt zukünftig verändern […]
In the last few months, Covid-19 has taught us many things, which can change the way we see […]