Like many Twitter debates, the war of words that broke out last week between Donald Trump and the social media company may seem inconsequential, even infantile. However, the spat raises important questions about the relationship between the public, technology companies and the state, especially in a polarised America. On Tuesday,Continue Reading

Brazilian police have raided addresses linked to some of Jair Bolsonaro’s most ardent online cheerleaders as part of an investigation into a fake news network investigators reportedly suspect could be linked to the president’s son. The operation’s targets were an eclectic and influential cast of hardcore Bolsonaristas including a formerContinue Reading

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed companies to adapt to new government-mandated restrictions on workforce movement around the world. The immediate response has been a rapid adoption and integration of cloud services, particularly cloud-based tools such as Microsoft Office 365, Slack and other video conferencing platforms like Zoom. A new reportContinue Reading

Read Article The month of June weighs heavy on safety protocols as the lockdown will be lifting. In a phased manner, offices will resume operations with an entirely new set of priorities. Regular sanitisation of common areas before shifts and staggered lunch and break timings while maintaining social distancing areContinue Reading

It is easy enough, during such a physically and mentally challenging atmosphere as lockdown, to be overwhelmed by the potential ramifications of our current situation. Predictions of a global recession, travel embargoes until 2021, soaring unemployment and long-term enforced self-isolating are almost as terrifying as the virus itself. By now,Continue Reading