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Facebook ‘misled’ EU on how creepy buying WhatsApp would be

Originally by Oliver Smith for The Memo In 2014 Facebook spent a whopping $19bn buying everyone’s favourite chat app, WhatsApp. The deal came under a huge amount of scrutiny: from the media (“they spent HOW much?”); users (“don’t let Facebook ...

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Is it time for Digital Citizenship?

Digital Citizenship: From Liberal Privilege to Democratic Emancipation ‘Government founded … on a system of universal peace, on the indefeasible hereditary Rights of Man … interests not particular individuals, but nations, in its progress, and promises a new era to ...

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19th March: Digital Citizen Workshop

19th March – Westminster Forum, Fifth Floor, 32-38 Wells St, W1T 3UW, University of Westminster Register here. On the 23rd of March, Cybersalon hosts a special parliamentary debate on the future of Digital Citizenship. Prior to this, we will be ...

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Open Letter: From the Digital Pioneers to the Digital Natives

The following document is a collaborative work, the first outline in forging a national conversation around the rise of Digital Britain, towards a Net Bill of Rights. Do we want a Digital Britain to be a passive theatre or a ...

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