Lots of people work as freelancers for peanuts in start-ups and media firms in the hope their breakthrough is imminent. Many don't even make the minimum wage and their breakthrough never comes. Why this willingness to let themselves be exploited?
Tired of authoritarianism and drug war, young Filipinos are using social media to organize mass protests. They fear their country is heading toward a dictatorship under President Rodrigo Duterte. Ana P. Santos reports.
A group of German television and internet companies are poised to create a joint data alliance meant to be a counterweight to dominant US players such as Google and Facebook. It's looking for more partners to join.
From Melbourne to Berlin via three other stops in German football, Mathew Leckie has had quite the career so far. This season, the Australian has stepped out of the shadows.
As support for extremist ideologies and populism becomes more visible worldwide, media and social networks face increasing criticism. But experts say this is just an easy excuse that covers up more complex social issues.
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