[M]emories from our lives that are dear to us but no longer have a monetary value ... are starting to be deleted.
Perhaps we should start considering networks not as an end in itself, but as a tool and, above all, as a mirror.
The impudence with which the Americans operate, and ... the disregard they demonstrate for both international law and their own law, truly boggle the mind.
You must read the interview of Barack Obama by the head of the MIT Media Lab, Joi Ito, published by the prestigious American technology magazine Wired. From our side of the Atlantic, this long discussion has a lot of surprises: the head of state masters debates that we believed were reserved to a small sphere of [Read more]
Instead of seeing the world that the Internet opens up, we seem to be increasingly sinking into a dark dungeon of lies and slander.
Social networks have inflamed tempers around the world and polarized almost every country.