If you’re an Internet user — which you almost certainly are, unless someone’s printed this out for you — you might have noticed a spike in online video content in the last year or so.
BRICS nations have been rising in economic power and prestige over the last decade, at a faster pace than the West.
The phrase income inequality has been ringing on and off across the globe in recent decades, usually with an unsettling pitch and jittery reverb.
Every day, cyber armies around the world, government-sanctioned or otherwise, wage a silent information war.
Google’s recent deletion of unflattering data about influential figures at the behest of an EU court has fueled debate about lawmakers’ actual goal: a consumer “right to erasure.” EU Court: The Right to Be Forgotten is Just the Beginning Google received approximately 70,000 requests for information deletion since a May 2014 ruling by the […]
Remember the good old days when the word troll brought only the image of a half-nude, gem-bellied, triangle-haired, wrinkle-faced collectible?
Anti selfie apps – for when you’ve had enough of the #selfie.
Image and skull symbol courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, modified by Curiousmatic. There seem to be dozens of new and unavoidable threats facing humanity everyday, as even the most inane things often appear to secretly carry costly baggage to health and mortality.