The era when tech giants could amass vast power without responsibility is thankfully drawing to a close
In its early days, the internet was described as an information superhighway. The metaphor has fallen out of use, but it captures an important truth. Highways have rules – speed limits; no drunk driving – because a free-for-all would be deadly.
The damage caused by reckless or malicious use of an information network is not as visible to passing traffic as a road accident, but there is no...
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