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Marcin Zajkowski Aug 19
2008: - type URL - wait a bit - browse the site 2018: - type URL - wait a bit - close RODO popup - cookies bar - browser notifications? - mobile app available! - AdBlock warning or massive popup ad - no, don't use my localisation - browsing.. - no, no newsletter!
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Guy Verhofstadt 12h
Europe needs a radical new strategy to put the internet back in the hands of the people. We need to take back control of our and salvage our democracies. See my proposals in the video below, based on my article available here:
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Evan Kirstel Aug 17
๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡บ The world's web just got wider. Letโ€™s hope itโ€™s better than ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ™„
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Norbert Elekes Aug 17
What happens online in 60 seconds 120 new account 400 hrs of uploaded 87,000 hrs of watched 243,000 photos 350,000 Tweets 1,500,000 songs streamed 2,000,000 mins of calls 3,800,000 searches (2017)
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Karthik Aug 17
charges way back in 1995. had Twitter been available then, you think you would have tweeted as much ? ,๐Ÿ˜‚
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Norbert Elekes 10h
Global internet users since 1995 1995: 16 million 2000: 361 million 2005: 1.02 billion 2010: 1.99 billion 2015: 3.15 billion 2018: 4.12 billion
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Prettygirlshay Aug 19
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BBOXX Aug 20
Excited to announce BBOXX has recently launched a pilot to provide for communities in Rwanda. This is a key step in our vision to bring a range of much-needed utilities to -grid communities across the world. Read more:
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Pulp Librarian 17h
What if we had a 4D that occasionally blew bubbles at us or vibrated our chairs at certain points? It worked for cinema...
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Roadvertise Aug 16
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Purusharth Singh Aug 19
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Isabella Jones Aug 14
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Pulp Librarian 16h
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Cagsil Aug 18
Not only does have open data gov can take, but since 9/11, it has been taking all data available from all Internet, cable and/or wifi related connected digital devices, recording it and storing it for later use. Any digital device capable of Internet provides data.
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Patrick Gunz Aug 17
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OnlineBritain 22h
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Real Broadband Solutions Aug 16
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Pulp Librarian 18h
What if the is STILL only 10 million megabytes wide, and it's used a 'one in, one out' rule on web pages since 1996?
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World Economic Forum 15h
The internet is at risk from rising sea levels
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