Google will be using a new text message standard to create a new messaging service. Problem is, the new standard is not end-to-end encrypted.
Google says it's tough finding enough nerds to write the long strings of code to maintain their ever-evolving database, so they're bringing in robots to do the work.
As you may recall, OpenMedia intervened in a landmark Internet and free expression case at the Supreme Court of Canada, Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions. Here's a recap.
OpenMedia will be intervening in a landmark case at the Supreme Court of Canada -- defending the free expression of Internet users across the globe.
The European Commission hasn't released the data that they say justifies the link tax. Where are your voices and their consultation response?
Recent leaked Impact Assessment shows the European Commission intend to push ahead with link tax and ignore public consultation process.
Green Majority Radio
Finance expert Tim Nash joins us this week for a segment on a global "Robinhood Tax" and it could address wealth inequality, climate change and basically all the other big-ticket global problems.
Google announced a lot of fascinating stuff at its annual I/O developers' conference but two things really jumped out: it's serious about VR and it's leveraging its natural language and search data.
From a panel titled Gender and the Internet, held at the Internet Governance Forum in Brazil in November 2015, five speakers describe harmful and helpful uses of the Internet.
Here's a question: Can technology change the fundamental nature of story? I ask because a recent publishing experiment by Google suggests it can. I'm skeptical.