It’s not clear to us if this removal is linked to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak that China is facing. However, Plague Inc.’s educational importance has been repeatedly recognised by organisations like the CDC and we are currently working with major… Read More ›
The president’s reelection campaign was then in the midst of a multimillion-dollar ad blitz aimed at shaping Americans’ understanding of the recently launched impeachment proceedings. Thousands of micro-targeted ads had flooded the internet, portraying Trump as a heroic reformer cracking… Read More ›
This thread goes some way to explaining why we have Brexit and Trump. There are enough gullible people out there to believe everything they read, and in particular if it aligns with their world view (their tiny ignorant world view).
At the end of last week, the Internet Society (ISOC) announced that it has sold the rights to the .org registry for an undisclosed sum to a private equity company called Ethos Capital. The deal is set to complete in… Read More ›
This general election is awful in so many ways that it is hard to fathom just how bad things have got, and how we have found ourselves in this position. Like so many people I speak to I have no… Read More ›
Poverty-hit families in east London are being deprived of natural light and left feeling “abandoned and isolated” after a huge mobile phone advertisement was plastered across their homes. As many as 19 households are currently living in poorly maintained flats… Read More ›
Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook says he’ll run political ads even if they are false. Jack Dorsey of Twitter says he’ll stop running political ads altogether. Dorsey has the correct approach but the debate skirts the bigger question: Who is responsible… Read More ›