Wednesday January 29, 2020

Why ‘Lone Gunmen’ are never really alone

People who see themselves as defenders of a twisted vision of American society find like minds on websites peddling hatred

11th August, 2019

‘The internet is like the Wild West.’ It’s a simile that’s been used more than once, especially by yours truly. The world wide web is a techie’s vision of communication and interaction. The architecture is science and engineering-based. Its values are an afterthought. This is changing, slowly but surely. Now that it is such an invaluable tool we are asking more questions about regulation and oversight.


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