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proudly preserves and shares the rich heritage of an industry that has had and continues to have a huge impact on our #society, our #culture, and most of all, our ability to communicate.
Covering US foreign policy, economic realities, and civil liberties in American #society.
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Started in 1997 by Floor64 founder Mike Masnick and then growing into a group blogging effort, the Techdirt blog relies on a proven economic framework to analyze and offer insight into news stories about changes in government policy, #technology and legal issues that affect companies' ability to innovate and grow. As the impact of technological innovation on #society, civil liberties and consumer rights has grown, Techdirt’s coverage has expanded to include these critical topics.
is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates how powerful institutions are using #technology to change our #society. We are a new kind of #media organization, staffed with an unparalleled roster of quantitative journalists who pursue meaningful, data-driven investigations.
A man lives in a society where citizens police each other with their mobile phones. | Utopia
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explores the #future of governance and #society through #political #theory, #analysis, and investigative #journalism. #politics
The community for those who believe that a free #society is worth fighting for.
Balaji Srinivasan’s new #book provides a thrilling road map for rebuilding #society. But can it work without the blood, soil, or faith that has always inspired nations?
seeks to uncover the variety of ways current social conditions shape and control our thoughts and emotions, and how the internalization of social demands helps reinforce the status quo. In this, we seek simply to practice a “psychology” unconstrained by the narrow purview of an upper-class ideological project, to illuminate the dialectical relationship between psyche and society as it is mediated by that notoriously difficult term culture. This is, amongst other things, to understand ourselves as products of a system that we are trying to transcend.