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Twitter merely launched an app for famous person, but average users are still left wanting more

Posted By John Allen

Twitter wants to make it easier for popular people to use its services, and on Tuesday the company introduced Engage, a new app that might change the style “creators” and “influencers” use the platform.
Buzzwords aside, Twitter’s efforts are trying to appeal

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The dilemma of the dark web: protecting neo-Nazis and dissidents alike

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The dilemma of the dark web: protecting neo-Nazis and dissidents alike

Posted By John Allen

Anonymity network Tor has become a safe-space for white supremacists and paedophiles. Yet in nations where access to the net is curtailed, its a lifeline

The neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer ultimately intersected a line following the killing of a civil rights activist at a

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Why we should fear a cashless world | Dominic Frisby

Posted By John Allen

Poor people and small and medium-sized companies rely on money. A contactless system will likely entrench poverty and pave the way for scaring levels of surveillance

The health food chain Flung has just opened the UKs first cashless cafe. Its another step towards the

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Elena Ferrante and the trouble with anonymity

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Elena Ferrante and the trouble with anonymity

Posted By John Allen

The supposed exposure of the much-feted novelists true identity has caused a lot of outrage the coming week. From Jane Austen to Banksy, countless artists have tried to stay in the darkness, but it merely makes people want to know more

Some all-too-anonymous writers

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