The user as an open book: what personal data do Facebook and Google collect? The user as a consumer: how do social networks use their members to sell advertising? And: surveillance in the Digital Age.
The world's largest travel portal, TripAdvisor, has completed its long-announced transformation into a social travel network. At its launch on November 13, however, there was still no final version.
Google has announced it will be winding down its little-used Plus social network. The tech giant has also admitted that a bug in its social network may have exposed the personal data of some 500,000 users.
Holochain's designers want to change the world. They say apps built on their new peer-to-peer platform could replace not just blockchain, but centralized apps like Facebook too. Is the hype justified?
From a humble beginning in Stanford dorm rooms, Google has emerged as one of the biggest internet successes. But growing competition, overreliance on ad revenues and privacy concerns pose new challenges for the company.
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