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Last Monday the alarms went off on Wall Street. Google, Amazon and Facebook fell sharply on the stock market after it was divulged that US authorities are closing in on possible monopolistic practices by those … Full article

The dystopia imagined by George Orwell in his book 1984 is the most recurrent example when we want to explain what a dictatorial society we live in right now. …

The obsession with metrics on the Internet, by the number of our followers who say I like it, leads us to compulsive, competitive and anxious behavior, and pushes us …

The virtual world is painted as an invisible environment that we do not see or touch, but which in reality is very palpable. The Cloud, or The Clouds, seem …

The Internet was, from its inception, financed and promoted by the Pentagon and Wall Street. One is tempted to miss the simpler and optimistic times before the internet was …

Although we do not notice it, automatic learning is an element present in our lives. Different algorithms learn on their own and choose the ads we see, identify us … Full article

The Internet has turned the human being into a superficial animal, far from the depth that is presupposed to his reasoning. Twitter is just a place to express personal …

The human essence is modified by technology every day. We can’t see it or feel it. It just happens every time we interact with computers, cellphones, tablets and other …

Powerful governments understand the dangers of being on the grid and are already creating their own internet infrastructure, independent of the world wide web. A good part of the …

Making abusive use of electronic devices turns people, especially teenagers, into obsessive, impatient and selfish beings. In some countries, almost 30% of ten-year-olds already have a telephone, which can …

We’ve had all sorts of articles on this website about technology run amok, like videos that are undiscernable from reality and doorbells that monitor the entire neighborhood and China mining …

Risks would multiply in line with the multiplication of the number of devices and their ease in hacking them. The latest generation of mobile communications is allowing us to …

Low productivity is not the result of poor organization. Today, we have a huge amount of tools and systems that help us measure, manage and maximize our performance. The …

Although I know that powerful social media platforms are out to block and ban people who say things they do not like, being blocked myself has a different taste …

What reasons lead you to think that someone may be spying on you? You are not a TV personality or lingerie top model. Unfortunately, data management and violations of …

We all know what large technology companies do with people’s data: They use it to their advantage, they sell it to the highest bidder, they use to spy on …

Data management has become a social debate; unnecessarily so. Data belongs to users and that should be obvious. Companies should get it, governments should get it. No one should …

Have you ever heard the term ‘smart borders’? Probably not, until now; and it is about time you know what it is and what it is being used for. …

It seems that the use of Facebook by teenagers decreases faster among rich teenagers in the US. For years, the size and influence of Facebook increased at an amazing …

Almost one third of humanity has an account on the social network that is more popular than any existing religion. There are a few things that are shared by …

Fingerprinting and face recognition technology will allow for surveillance in a hyperconnected slave grid. It is called by many, “affective computing” or the ability to easily and instantly recognize …

Some people call it personality-based advertising, but others call it invasion of privacy. Do you know how is it that those pesky, targeted ads that follow you everywhere you …

New law allows the United States to access data from companies and users located in the European Union. While in Europe parties focus on the entry into force of …

Public spaces are under constant surveillance. Hypervigilance is not so evident when we walk through the streets, but it exists: in addition to cameras, even the wastebaskets and telephone …

Facebook continues to defy all the limits of intrusion. It does not seem like an easy task to choose a filter for a “selfie”. The matter gets even more …