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The “splinternet” is already here – TechCrunch

Keith Wright is a Villanova School of Business instructor of Accounting and Information Systems, founder of Simplicity On-Demand LLC and…

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Big tech must not reframe digital ethics in its image – TechCrunch

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s visage loomed large over the European parliament this week, both literally and figuratively, as global privacy regulators…