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CSIRO: The internet is ‘fundamentally broken’ when it comes to trust and malicious threats

- May 24, 2019 2 MIN READ

  The CSIRO’s Data61 says around half of the internet’s most popular websites are at risk of malicious activity because of their dependence on third party services for ads, tracking and analytics. The problem is so profound, it’s now at the point where “the trust model of today’s World Wide Web is fundamentally broken”, experts… Read more »

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The web we have to save

- July 21, 2015 < 1 MIN READ

“But the Stream, mobile applications, and moving images: They all show a departure from a books-internet toward a television-internet. We seem to have gone from a non-linear mode of communication — nodes and networks and links — toward a linear one, with centralization and hierarchies,” writes Hossein Derakhshan. [Source: Medium]