Journalism agenda: “Trust is the new click”

Trust is the new click  Nieman Journalism Lab by Michael Kuntz In 2016, the media’s usual battle for attention felt more like a war. Fueled primarily by an unprecedented political season, consumers were bombarded with a ceaseless litany of “breaking news,” recycled headlines, fake stories, and social feeds just begging for their next click. From an … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: A report on The future of wearables…

The future of wearables: report The Next Web by Andrew Levy There have been a lot of changes to the mobile platform landscape in recent months. Innovative reimaginings of the way we connect with the world, new products and undeniably out-of-the-box features have made it an exciting time for consumers and the industry alike. Library Suspends Tor … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: Spotify now in Turkey… A new tool for watching how popular videos spread online

Spotify is now live in 32 countries after launching in Taiwan, Argentina, Greece and Turkey Update, as with past Spotify launches, we?ve found that the company has added more than one new market. This post has been updated to reflect that. Spotify has launched its service in four new markets ? Taiwan, Argentina, Greece and … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: Anonymous launches massive cyber assault on Israel #OpIsrael

Anonymous launches massive cyber assault on Israel Anonymous’ hackers launch cyberattack on Israeli sites Fox News JERUSALEM ? A weekend cyberattack campaign targeting Israeli government websites failed to cause serious disruption, officials said Sunday. The attacks following warnings in the name of the hacking group Anonymous that it was launching a massive Hackers attack Israel, … Read more

Notorious online advertising company, Phorm in Turkey operating with ISP monopoly, TTNET…

From Wikipedia: Phorm, formerly known as 121Media, is a digital technology company known for its contextual advertising software. Phorm is incorporated in Delaware but announced plans to incorporate in Singapore in 2012.[2][7] Founded in 2002, the company originally distributed programs that were considered spyware, from which they made millions of dollars in revenue. It has since stopped distributing those programs … Read more

by the way, WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize!

WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize from Mashable! by Lauren Indvik A member of the Parliament of Norway says he has nominated WikiLeaks for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize. Snorre Valen, a member of the Socialist Left party, announced his decision to nominate the whistle-blowing organization on his blog. A Nobel Peace Prize for Assange? … Read more

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