Monthly Archives: June 2014

Inside the Aereo Copyright Controversy

We can’t help but be surprised about the outraged disbelief that the Aereo decision has provoked in the tech community. Is it not clear that those who own the rights to a content should be adequately compensated for granting access to that content? Continue reading

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From Holly Golightly to Western ISIS fighters

Why on earth do we want to debate a 56 year old piece of literature (Breakfast at Tiffany’s) when the world is still trying to get its ahead around the fact that regular Western kids do occasionally feel inclined to join jihadist, Neo-Nazi or other extremist movements? Continue reading

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How to respond to the ISIS insurgency

The lasting success of any major Western force deployment in Iraq will depend a lot on whether the timing of said intervention is right Continue reading

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