'The idea that everyone in Brazil can be denied freedom to communicate the way they want is very scary in a democracy.'
Not even a giant like the messaging app with the highest number of subscribers in the world has been able to win the battle to get clients used to digital micropayments.
<i>In the days following the Paris attacks, the Internet has seen everything: from a message containing a false alert (causing Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to step in) to the most absurd theories, and then on to stacks of months-old Photoshopped images or pictures being recycled and shared.</i>
Facebook was born 11 years ago. It was February 2004, and Mark Zuckerberg, then 20, along with a few of his college peers, founded the site, which was originally intended just for Harvard University students. Soon, the platform was also opened to students from other schools in the Boston and surrounding area, then [Read more]
We live in a world that is always becoming more and more interconnected, where new technologies have given rise to such changes in our ways of life and work that experts speak of the "Industrial Revolution." The future looks to intelligent houses, ovens that can be programmed from a distance, automobiles driven via [Read more]