Iran’s parliament has passed new law imposing further limitations on internet users. The move has been slammed by civil rights activists.
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Since she announced she would compete in the Olympics on the Chinese team, controversy has surrounded Eileen Gu, a U.S.-born skier.
The Gaza Strip is notorious for all the wrong reasons, but the territory’s recent democratic elections went completely ignored.
The Internet once held great promise as a means of [empowerment] but it has become yet another path of control for bad actors, analysts.
Senate Bill 1119, is a transparency measure that would require all Arizona counties to treat every scanned paper ballot as a public record.
Google reported 27% higher U.S. lobbying expenditures for 2021 compared to 2020, spending up to $9.6 million for the year.
Internet blackouts, social media shutdowns, and bandwidth-throttling by governments cost the global economy $5.5 billion in 2021.
New legislation in Iran would ban VPNs and restrict access to Instagram, choking the country’s burgeoning e-commerce sector.
Metaverse is Zuckerberg’s aim to de-prioritize political content and push for a “politically neutral” platform, but will it be credible?
Online society may be polarizing due to mass selection into groups of like-minded persons, notably when it comes to partisan differences.