#cyberculture agenda: A British citizen used a Google doc to disseminate tactical vote…

The resistance is alive in Britain, and it’s armed with a spreadsheet.

A super detailed, exquisitely crafted Google spreadsheet called “How to Vote to Stop the Tories” started doing the rounds on social media almost immediately after a snap election was called last Tuesday.

here is the doc

Rising of Facebook Activism: How Media Is Being Politicized

Right now, in the 21st century, everything is political. Even the private issues and the views become about politics, and the young people are the ones who can’t draw the line and are dragging politics into their daily life. This way, even the social media becomes a part of the political struggle and you can see more and more activists for something online.

The Structure of Facebook Activism Explained

Opinion: An appreciation of Bob Taylor, the man who helped Silicon Valley’s greats understand the importance of teamwork.

Facebook’s VP of News Feed Adam Mosseri recently presented a session on how the News Feed works and what they’re looking to introduce next.

Augmented reality, Messenger upgrades, and more. The post Here’s Everything

Welp. Turns out AI learns gender and race stereotypes from humans.

When humans teach computers how to behave, the machines have no choice but to learn from us.


The Internet of Things will host devastating, unstoppable botnets

Bruce Schneier takes to the pages of Technology Review to remind us all that while botnets have been around for a long time, the Internet of Things is supercharging them, thanks to insecurity by design.

A new law has allowed the feds to declare war on one of the world’s most pernicious cybersecurity threats.

Why it’s totally possible this group of hackers is the CIA

To folks at the cybersecurity firm Symantec, the hacking group they call “Longhorn” has always seemed like a state actor.

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