WannaCry: North Korea’s Real-Life Frailty is its Hacking Strength

Cybercrime experts at some of the world’s largest security companies have today announced that coding in the devastating WannaCry ransomware attack, bears similarities to the work of North Korean cybergang the Lazarus…

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Net Neutrality is a Fight for the Future of America’s Economy

More likely than not, we will soon wave goodbye to net neutrality. Ajit Pai and his new FCC administration have made it clear they want to scrap the concept. An outcry from…

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Dr Moshe Kantor: Tech Giants “Shamefully Slow” to React to Antisemitism

Dr Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor is President of the European Jewish Congress, a Brussels-based representative body of Jewish figures across the continent. He has been a vocal opposer of Google over controversial content…

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An Art Controversy Asks Serious Questions of Virtual Reality

Real Violence, by Jordan Wolfson, has torn opinions. Hosted by the Whitney Museum in New York, the artist’s installation prompts visitors to don Oculus headsets and noise-canceling headphones, and to grab a…

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Scott Steinberg: How to Manage an Online Brand and Reputation

The role of marketing and public relations within professional organizations has shifted drastically with the advent of social media, and move to greater emphasis on storytelling. Traditionally, organizations would simply broadcast news,…

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Tech Leaders Rebuke Trump’s Travel Ban

Leaders across Silicon Valley have condemned President Donald Trump’s latest immigration rules, which have resulted in derision and protests in the United States and beyond. The executive orders, which suspend refugees from entering…

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GenieBelt’s Taylor Ryan: Why are Startups Disrupting Construction?

The construction industry is known for being less innovative and reluctant to embrace the benefits of modern technology than any other industry. Though we are getting very close to a world where…

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Here Are the Biggest Tech Stories of 2017

Few years have polarized public opinion as the one about to end. 2016 has seen political upheaval, heightened conflict and a sense, generally, that the things we once took for granted aren’t…

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The Election and Tech: Hillary Clinton

This is part of a three-part series of articles ahead of the 2016 US Presidential Election.  Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic candidate for President of the United States, has had a fickle…

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The Election and Tech: Donald Trump

This is part of a three-part series of articles ahead of the 2016 US Presidential Election. Our next feature will examine Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s views on tech, followed by an interview…

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