In this episode, we look at the upcoming antitrust case against Google and anticompetitive behavior in the tech space. What has Google done to be called a monopoly and should governments be intervening in the market?
In this episode, we look at the document dump provided to Project Veritas. The documents contain references to partisanship, psychological research, fake news, politics, machine learning ‘fairness’ and more. For some reason (although not surprisingly), these have not been thoroughly disseminated anyone in the media — so, let’s delve in!
Looking for an alternative to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube? We take a look at some of the upcoming alternatives: Minds.com, Bitchute, Gab.com, and others. What does it take to successfully get a new network off the ground?
The current online economy is a strange and perverted one, with content creators generally try to monetize their content using ads. In other words, right from the get-go, you present your users on your with with the paradoxical choice of viewing your content, or navigating away from your site, to the advertisers’ content. So what’s the alternative?
A first look at the Brave Browser — from an advertiser’s perspective… Brave is an ad-free browser that blocks 3rd party ads and trackers, and Brave allows users to earn BAT (their native cryptocurrency), as well as support content creators using the currency as well. Brave has it’s own ads — but are they any good?
Cryptocurrencies are great — or are they? Let’s explore some of the potential shortcomings of cryptocurrencies, as well as some of the characteristics of crypto’s that are often naively glossed over or simply misunderstood.