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Millions of Ugandans woke up up Sunday morning to find they could no longer access their social media networks.
Many suspect it's a ploy to suppress free speech instead.
We downloaded our co-worker’s Facebook data. They’re about to learn what we found.
Russia's done it. Now Iran has, too.
With the rise of more encrypted chat apps, and protests all over the country, it might be difficult for Russia to eliminate private speech.
Minds won't have a Cambridge Analytica, because all interactions (and transactions) are public.
Grab your (digitally rendered) popcorn.
It's time to stop pretending it is — and that which side we take is driven by logic in the first place.
Maybe don't *break up* with Facebook. Just take a break.
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