Clémence Smith discusses the dangers of allowing voice assistants into our homes.
Print Lifestyle Editor Anna Romanvoska reflects on the greater need for online protection against sexual harassment following US ban
The social media platform YikYak took Exeter by storm after it launched in 2013. It was by every measure a success – the students loved it, the university supported it, and the company expanded it (even coming onto campus multiple times to hand out stash). Fears that it would abandon its key feature – anonymity […]
It’s almost a cliché now to think of the internet as ‘taking over’. However, as technology advances and becomes more integrated into our daily lives, it’s hard not to wonder whether our personal relationship with the internet is healthy, or one of dependence and habituation. And, as for its role in society, we need to […]
The European Parliament, by 285 votes to 281, has passed a resolution calling on member states to: “…drop any criminal charges against Edward Snowden, grant him protection and consequently prevent extradition or rendition by third parties, in recognition of his status as whistle-blower and international human rights defender.” The resolution continues to say that not enough […]