Turn Them Off: the coming collapse of #FakeNews media

Sometimes what is not said is far more informative than what is. Here are 8 concerning questions about the media’s reporting on the #QAnon phenomenon.

My experience of Twitter censorship

Here’s what happened when I tweeted a link that Twitter doesn’t approve of. Censorship in the abstract is worrying; real life experience is shocking.

Treason and text messages: whom to trust and what’s the truth?

In a world filled with opposing narratives, competing dogmas, and active disinformation, how to make sense of important, rich and complex new data?

The scientific mindset is powerful for investigating phenomena of the natural world. When it comes to the socio-political, it can make us foolish.

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The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.

The birds and the bees of broadband

The “facts of life” are important to get right if you want reality-based broadband regulation. What if you make a fundamental error in understanding?

The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.

The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.

The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.

The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.