On his Instagram account, 24-year-old James Trevino of Romania explores how visually powerful good literature can be: he creates bizarrely imaginative sculptures with his 1150 books.
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Iranian authorities are reportedly mulling a ban on Instagram, a popular social media platform in the Islamic country. DW analyzes why the hardline Shiite regime continues to feel threatened by the power of the internet.
Some literary purists say the trend is superficial, but book lovers on Instagram believe they are getting the conversation going and encouraging people to read. Here's how they share their passion.
Whether a Chinese, US or European firm runs the platform where people share data makes no difference. If users want to show themselves, everyone will get their data, writes Fabian Schmidt.
Algorithms are used to determine credit scores, automatic translations and which photos show up first in internet searches — and they often favor white people over Black people. Is this also a problem on Twitter?
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