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John Naughton
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John Naughton Jan 19
If someone hacks into Trump’s Twitter account, the results could be catastrophic. There has to be a fix for this
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Lawrence H. Summers Jan 16
If ever there were a time to hope for the best but plan for the worst, it is now.
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Frank Pasquale Jan 13
“Principles of individual self-determination are impediments to this economic juggernaut” --
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Richard Sambrook Jan 15
As we remember the Holocaust Google should be ashamed and called out for its persisting algorithm and autocorrect promoting denial
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Jon Snow Jan 15
The British Navy moves back into divided, unhappy Bahrain...immediately the UK is forced to condemn continuing executions by Bahraini Govt..
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simon wren-lewis Jan 16
He is not stupid. He knows UK government will be desperate for a trade deal post Brexit, and so the US can pretty well dictate terms.
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Robert Harris Jan 16
It could take hours to deconstruct this photo, starting perhaps with the boomerang just above Michael Gove’s head
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Siva Vaidhyanathan Jan 16
Hundreds of informed, committed, and patriotic military, intelligence, and diplomatic officers will soon have to resign or disobey Trump.
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BillMoyers.com Jan 16
The frightening rise of authoritarian populism in the West is a real, clear and present danger, writes Mike Lofgren
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Rory Cellan-Jones Jan 15
My dear son and his wife asked me to read this at his wedding. Didn't know it before but it says so much about love and friendship
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Fintan O'Toole Jan 15
At Joyce's grave in Zurich. Snow meant I couldn't prostrate myself on it.
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Will Davies Jan 16
Britain's new export strategy: send a constant stream of compulsive liars across the Atlantic.
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Andrew Brown Jan 16
If I were the editor I would clear the whole front page on Friday to make room for the last verse of September 1 1939 and nothing else
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John Naughton Jan 16
A guide to Trump-speak: think 'bloke talking loudly in the pub’. Spot on -
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John Naughton Jan 16
Why Trump is great for journalism - terrific column by Jack Shafer
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Evgeny Morozov Jan 13
News organizations working with Facebook to combat fake news is like the police working with the mafia to combat corruption.
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Sir Simon McDonald Jan 11
Name card at an (empty) place at MFA dinner in Khartoum yesterday. No comment...
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Alexander Hernilton Jan 13
People expecting the tech industry to stand up to Trump would be advised to look at the games industry’s response to gamergate
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John Naughton Jan 13
Terrific video which explains a lot about the Brexit vote.
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John Naughton Jan 13
What the Brexit vote means for Labour
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