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24 February 2022

The Decentralists – Hot Topix: The Last Dance

Who knew that a 15 second video of someone doing a goofy dance move would be such a popular way to ‘get social’ online?

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8 February 2022

Stranger Danger

Why has being social become such a cesspool of outrage, trolling and clickbait?

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25 January 2022

The Internet is broken

Let’s be honest. You and I both know that the Internet is broken.

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30 December 2021

The Decentralists – Hot Topix: So long Jack…again

Jack Dorsey co-founder of Twitter recently announced that he was resigning as CEO of Twitter – again.

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21 December 2021

‘Twas the night before Christmas 2021

‘Twas the night before Christmas 2021

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6 September 2021

If Anti-trust Laws, Content Controls & Regulations can’t fix Facebook – What can?

The Biden administration in the US is signaling its intention to update anti-trust regulations by appointing hot shot anti-trust lawyers to run the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the National Economic Council and the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau. But will it be enough?

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31 August 2021

No Fans for You!

OnlyFans was founded in 2016 as an online social network allowing ‘digital creatives’ to build an audience and monetize directly with their ‘Fans’. In theory this was a wonderful idea that I have supported for years. In practice however, OnlyFans has grown to 120 million subscribers by hosting – almost exclusively – ‘pay-for-play’ pornography.

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