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A new World Economic Forum report highlights the rise in data restrictions and how countries can balance business, privacy and security goals.
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The Arctic World Archive holds Vatican archives, movies, and now, all of GitHub’s open source code.
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Many of the cultural institutions born in 1969 are still going strong half a century later.
As technology continues to permeate society, surviving the future depends on bringing technologists and policymakers together. Here's how we might achieve it
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The enhanced traceability of digital currencies and internet-connected items will make criminal transactions far more difficult in future.