Religion and populism have become dirty words in progressive circles, but despite common assumptions, their combination could serve as a resource for the sort of democratic renewal many societies need.
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The internet has impacted the way most, if not all, industries have evolved. Keeping up with industry trends and available platforms is a job in and of itself. In particular, social media is shaping the
Involving all the brands you follow It’s nearly Black Friday, and we’re gearing up with a podcast about shopping, of course. This week on Why’d You Push That Button, Vox’s Kaitlyn Tiffany and I discuss
Populism is upending global politics, forcing many of us to grapple with what the concept means. Answer the questions below to find out how populist you are - and how you compare with leaders such as Trump.
You'd have virtual freedom while looking like a real dork. Right now the solutions for walking through large virtual reality environments are quite limited. You're typically looking at either a 360-degree
There is no need to understand the system. Just take everything the EU does and chuck it in a thought incinerator. “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes,”
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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Former Oracle Corp product chief Thomas Kurian will replace Diane Greene as head of the cloud division at Alphabet Inc's Google in the coming weeks, Greene announced in a blog
In April, aided by massive gerrymandering, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s ruling coalition crushed opposition in Hungary’s national elections, claiming a supermajority in the parliament. The prime minister
The conservative lobbying firm that Facebook hired in the midst of an October 2017 public relations crisis about Russian disinformation included what one former employee told NBC News was an "in-house
When companies reach a certain size, they can start to develop delusions of grandeur. If their annual revenue is equal to the GDP of a small country, and their customer base larger than the population
The news leader published a damning story about the social media giant’s handling of recent scandals, so who gets the blame? If anyone. The New York Times published a bombshell report Wednesday: An in-depth
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc (FB.O) Chairman and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday defended his response to Russian election meddling on the world's largest social media network and
But fails to address some of the report's key findings. The New York Times recently published a bruising Facebook report saying, among other things, that the social network knew about Russian interference