Data regulations

Power & Inequality

Colonialism is not gone, it’s just in a different form

In the years following the second world war, the process of decolonisation started: Countries previously exploited could, for the most part, finally declare independence from their colonisers. The mid-20th century marked a turning point in history, as nations sought autonomy and liberation from the shackles of imperial rule. Fast forward to the 21st century, and […]

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Power & Democracy

We need new general data protection regulations to protect the general public

In recent years, technological advancements have caused a massive increase in the ability to store and process data, along with computational power. The internet of things, smartphones and other sensors all contribute to the gathering of billions of data points. An estimated 2.5 quintillion data bytes were generated daily in 2020, to put that into […]

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