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Google has acted as judge, jury and executioner in the wake of Europe’s right to be forgotten ruling. But what does society lose when a private corporation rules public information?

via How Google determined our right to be forgotten (hat tip to @charlesarthur)

Google’s lip service to privacy cannot conceal that its profits rely on your data

Google’s lip service to privacy cannot conceal that its profits rely on your data

When you tweet at a woman, try to see yourself not as you see yourself, and as you probably are—an amiable, good-hearted fellow with lots of interesting things to say—but as she does, and must: another male rando in a veritable sea of randos.

— How To Talk To Girls On Twitter Without Coming Off Like A Creepy Rando

THE CODE: A declassified and unbelievable hostage rescue story | The Verge

THE CODE: A declassified and unbelievable hostage rescue story – a fascinating true story detailing how the Colombian army sent a hidden message to hostages by embedding morse code in a pop song

Boom: Inside a British Bank-Bombing Spree

Boom: Inside a British Bank-Bombing Spree – Bloomberg Business

A Raw Egg On Rice Is A Japanese Feast

A Raw Egg On Rice Is A Japanese Feast – Tofugu

A Teenager’s View on Social Media

A Teenager’s View on Social Media — Medium (via Swissmiss)

The Marshall Project

The Marshall Project continues to provide insightful commentary on American justice. Recommended reading.

Lego Friends

Lego Friends – this comic on ‘Lego for girls’ by @SDtheComic is great

9 basic principles of responsive web design

9 basic principles of responsive web design – uses some clever little animations to explain various concepts (via @paul_irish)

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