#Cyberculture agenda: “Undersea internet cables are causing geopolitical tension

If you’ve ever emailed a resort in Fiji or Vanuatu about that long-awaited holiday, it’s likely your email traveled through an undersea internet cable. Such cables carry much of the internet traffic around the globe, in conjunction with underground fiber connections, satellites, and microwave links.

Check out the 37 new emoji that were just approved

Unicode, the international standard for computer text, added 37 new emoji characters to its existing dictionary of 3,633 emoji.

Documents seen by The Wall Street Journal show that Facebook knows Instagram is toxic for young girls.

The World’s Oldest Active Torrent Turns 18 Soon

fanimatrixBitTorrent is an excellent distribution mechanism but, for a file to live on, at least one person has to keep sharing it.

This means that most torrents eventually die after the public loses interest. However, some torrents seem to live on forever.

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