Upcoming articles will discuss topics like: mass psychology, nihilism and the convergence of radical ideologies, world society and the anti-globalization movement.
On the Web
- The Collapsing Crime Rates of the 90s Might Have Been Driven by Cellphones, The Atlantic
- “We’re Not Being Paranoid”: U.S. Warns of Spy Dangers of Chinese-Made Drones, NPR — China has an enormous stronghold on the electronics manufacturing industry generally, suggesting that any interstate conflict will very much be a cyberwar.
- iPhone Apps Share Data with Trackers, Ad Companies and Research Firms, Washington Post
- Advertising as a Source of Dissatisfaction: Cross-National Evidence, Vox EU
- World’s Rivers “Awash with Dangerous Levels of Antibiotics,” The Guardian
- U.S. Military to Analyze 350B Social Media Posts to Understand Popular Movements, Bloomberg
- Maker of US Border’s License-Plate Scanning Tech Ransacked by Hacker, The Register
- The Spycraft Revolution, Foreign Policy
- Facebook Has Struggled to Hire Talent Since the Cambridge Analytica Scandal, CNBC
- How the Internet Travels Across Oceans, NY Times
- Chemical Pollutants in the Home Degrade Fertility in Both Men and Dogs, Study Finds, EurekAlert! (AAAS)
- China Facial Recognition Database Leak Sparks Fears Over Mass Data Collection, Forbes
- Criminals Are Tapping into the Phone Network Backbone to Empty Bank Accounts, Motherboard