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Why Bitcoin poses an interesting ethical conundrum for journalists

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Bitcoin is having a wild ride right now. Partly due to the euro crisis, and partly due to a lot of press coverage, some people seem to be taking a keen interest in the crypto-currency — in the last week, its value in relation to the U.S. dollar has shot...
Why Bitcoin poses an interesting ethical conundrum for journalists

A new internet age? Web users turn on 'trolls'

www.guardian.co.uk
Two recent online 'outings' suggest that attitudes towards online anonymity may have shiftedWhen mourners arrived at Maple Ridge's Peace Park in Vancouver to pay tribute to Amanda Todd earlier this week, few of those gathered in the 15-year-old's memory could have realised quite how widely the effects of her death...
A new internet age? Web users turn on 'trolls'

Last week in Asia: PayPal heads to Japan, Evernote gets local in China as Al Jazeera exits and more

thenextweb.com
Welcome to the latest Last Week in Asia round-up, our selection of the key stories and developments from across Asia’s growing technology and Internet spaces. China This week saw a number of firms set up new initiatives across Asia but there was a notable departure, as Arabic news organisation Al Jazeera was forced...
Last week in Asia: PayPal heads to Japan, Evernote gets local in China as Al Jazeera exits and more

Al Jazeera forced out of China after being refused new visas

thenextweb.com
Al Jazeera has been forced to close its operations in China, after the government declined to renew the visa of the organisation’s China anchor, and refused to sanction a replacement. The Arabic news agency closed its English language channel in China on Monday, after American journalist Melissa Chan became the latest...
Al Jazeera forced out of China after being refused new visas
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