The Facebook whistleblower accused the company of putting growth and profit before everything. So, is growth bad? Is it incompatible with human good? Or is it the essence of progress?
This week Apple declares victory in defending its app store from claims it is a monopoly while its enemies circle the wagons intent on freeloading on Apple’s infrastructure.
Apple agrees to modify App Store rules in Japan in a week where South Korea passes a law forcing Apple and Google to create a billing back-door for developers who want to avoid paying for carriage.
This week Amazon said no to Google’s new tracking tech, FLOC. Microsoft launched an app store that takes zero from developers. Brave, the startup browser, launched a search engine competitor. Do free markets challenge Google and Apple better than Governments could?
Lina Khan’s rapid elevation from student paper writer to head of the US Government’s corporate regulation authority is a worrying signal that the Democratic Party has lost the plot on innovation and technology. Far from killing innovation, the US technology leaders are the heroes of it. Content Nation States and Big Tech Lina Khan’s Pogrom […]
The Future of the Open Internet By Keith Teare • Issue #5 • View online That Was The Week 2021, #5 Contents Open or Policed Internet?Solutions for an Open InternetThe Clubhouse PhenomenonSubscriptions and UnicornsRemote Work — The Inevitable is now HappeningThe End of Retail Banking?UK InvestingAfrica RisingTweet of the Week Editorial Another week, another impeachment, and it […]
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