1. humblenudge:


Evgeny Morozov: ‘We are abandoning all the checks and balances’Ian Tucker, guardian.co.uk
Evgeny Morozov is a Belarus-born technology writer who has held positions at Stanford and Georgetown universities in the US. His first book, The Net Delusion, argued that “Western do-gooders may have missed how [the internet]… entrenches dictators…

The most interesting interview I’ve read in a long while.

    humblenudge:

    Evgeny Morozov: ‘We are abandoning all the checks and balances’
    Ian Tucker, guardian.co.uk

    Evgeny Morozov is a Belarus-born technology writer who has held positions at Stanford and Georgetown universities in the US. His first book, The Net Delusion, argued that “Western do-gooders may have missed how [the internet]… entrenches dictators…

    The most interesting interview I’ve read in a long while.

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Samsung wins court victory, but loses its ‘cool’ OMAR EL AKKAD, theglobeandmail.com
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TECH­NOL­O­GY REPORTER — The Globe and Mail
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Sam­sung Elec­tron­ics Co. Ltd. has won an impor­tant – although some­what Pyrrhic – court vic­to­ry against its chief rival.
British High Court judge Colin Birss ruled …

In the UK, judges are also designers

    Samsung wins court victory, but loses its ‘cool’
    OMAR EL AKKAD, theglobeandmail.com

    Tech­nol­o­gy

    TECH­NOL­O­GY REPORTER — The Globe and Mail

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    Sam­sung Elec­tron­ics Co. Ltd. has won an impor­tant – although some­what Pyrrhic – court vic­to­ry against its chief rival.

    British High Court judge Colin Birss ruled …

    In the UK, judges are also designers