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How viral social media memes trigger real-world violence

What responsibility should government authorities and Big Tech take in policing the spread of sedition-oriented content?

The homogeneity of the news media can now be quantified

New research reveals the extent to which groupthink bias is increasingly being built into the content we consume.

Will social media’s impact on the elections be different this time?

Will nefarious players use social media to sway public opinion again this November?

Why your rapport with coworkers is about much more than small talk

Scientists have proven that small talk with coworkers leads to stronger team cultures and better collaboration.

COVID-19 lockdown is unleashing people's creativity

Armed with today's advanced digital tools and itching to express ourselves, "boredom" is bringing out the best in us.

Rethinking long-term investment strategies for the new normal

Take a step back and think about the best way to attain your retirement goals.

Can consumer brands survive boycotting Facebook?

Bigger brands can afford to take their ad budgets elsewhere – less so with direct-to-consumer brands.

Could the shift to remote working make tech more inclusive?

Taking the commute out of the picture just might make for more diverse teams.

5 ways to get the word out about your new side hustle

Drum up demand for your side business with these marketing tips.

5 ways life is getting harder for startups in 2020

Early-stage companies, in tech or otherwise, are facing a unique mesh of challenges this year.

How governments are responding to the public's demand for more data transparency

Innovative use of blockchain tech, data trusts, algorithm assessments, and cultural shifts abound.

11 things you probably didn’t know about how you communicate online

Researchers tracking the migration of words to digital spaces have uncovered some surprising facts.

Digital services are making isolation easier – unless you have a disability

Too many entrepreneurs care more about growing their audience at all costs than improving their ability to serve all sectors of their existing audience.

Expert tips for avoiding the 'time famine' trap

How to manage your time so you can actually accomplish what you want to.

How to finally bring your side hustle idea to life

Start building momentum by breaking your new side business idea down into manageable baby steps.

How to get better at empathy despite practicing social distancing

Isolation and empathy are by no means mutually exclusive.

17 tech innovations that could help ease coronavirus lockdown restrictions

With the right technology, we can continue to "flatten the curve," even as we venture out of our homes.

Not just stimulus payments: Why the U.S. government has so much trouble going digital

Billions of dollars have been lost on custom government IT projects that were eventually canceled.

Aspects of cybersecurity not to overlook when working from home

Just because your team has gone remote doesn't mean you need to be vulnerable to hacks, breaches, and scams.

Are central bankers tinkering with interest rates too much?

Central banks face a Herculean task to keep economies right-side up.

3 things that happen to the cryptocurrency markets during times of economic uncertainty

Unfortunately, it's getting easier to predict what might happen to cryptocurrencies when the economy takes a nosedive.

Could COVID-19 be Amazon’s kryptonite?

How disrupted supply chains and angry sellers could hurt the e-commerce giant.

4 no-brainer online security measures we need to start practicing now

We're blissfully ignorant of how we put ourselves at risk online.

Receiving your salary in cryptocurrency is now a thing

Your next payday could be all digital.

Facebook finally unveils its cryptocurrency. What we know about Libra so far.

Facebook was careful to say that Libra is not maintained internally and is instead serviced by a non-profit collective of companies.

Google, Facebook, and others are doubling down on crypto

With the interest of these tech giants, it looks like cryptocurrencies are here to stay.

The decentralized web will be as big a game changer as the internet was in the '90s

Cryptocurrencies have had their time in the spotlight. Now it's time to focus on solving bigger problems.

Amazon might have a Cambridge Analytica-size problem

Amazon could be the next big tech firm to find itself in the eye of a data privacy storm.

6 ways blockchain is revolutionizing online gaming

Back with another one of those block(chain)-rockin' reads.

Bitcoin and blockchain jobs are booming — and they pay well

Research shows that employers are working to find more talent in the blockchain space, and they're willing to pay higher rates for it.

Bitcoin mining uses as much energy as mining for gold, study finds

What does it mean for the future of the cryptocurrency movement and its impact on the environment?

The blockchain phone is coming... but what does this mean?

What is a blockchain phone, and why would anyone want one?

This meteorite was here before Earth existed. Here's why it matters.

This meteorite is the oldest known volcanic rock in the solar system, dated at 4,565,000,000 years old.

The weirdest, most successful cryptocurrency projects so far

In the world of crypto, the more outlandish the idea, the more potentially disruptive.

Why IBM is speculating on blockchain

The tech giants seem to be all in on blockchain.

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