What would happen if you took the NFL away from CBS, NBC and Fox? How much lower would each broadcaster's rating be? The impact would be immense. NFL football accounts for just a handful of programming
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The internet can be a frightening and inspiring place, sometimes at the same time. The speed at which we can write and spread information means that one person’s knee-jerk perspective can become the entrenched
image courtesy Wikicommons By now, everyone has seen images of Syrian refugees streaming into and across Europe. And more than a few people have noted that every refugee seems to be carrying a smart phone.
The idea of websites tracking users without their knowledge or permission isn’t new, but you might be surprised at just how big a problem it really is. Tim Libert, a privacy researcher at the University
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The quest for scale, driven by the distribution power of a few enormous technology platforms, is killing the business case for local news. Will anything take its place? Editor’s note: The new issue of
Twitter still holds one advantage over Facebook, and that's where its "real-time" network plays a big role. 59% of Twitter users that get news from the social network follow breaking news on the platform.