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The explosion of digital services in India has meant that hundreds of micro-businesses are able to flourish today, in ways that were simply not possibl…
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One of the problems with the Internet is that it is so damn good at remembering things. This can be particularly inconvenient when the memory is embarr…
It was Lawrence Lessig’s book — Code: And the Other Laws of Cyberspace — that first made me wonder whether legal regulations could be implemented in co…
I used to think subscription was the alternative to online advertising - until I realised that there is a limit to how much subscriber content any one …
Last week, a scant 4 months after they were issued, the government repealed the drone regulations replacing them with a new industry-friendly framework.
The pandemic forced the planet into a once-in-a-lifetime natural experiment. The unprecedented lull in human activity gave scientists an opportunity to…
In order to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels we are going to need to build battery storage solutions that will make renewable energy more reliable…