Around the World

Butterfly Effect: The Real TikTok Challenge

The true test for America and its partners lies in developing more sophisticated versions of popular Chinese apps, learning from Beijing itself.
News + Politics

Why Deepfakes Are the Next Big Hacking Threat

From water systems to your fridge, hacking of the future could affect cities and families in more fundamental ways than ever before.
The New + the Next

Europeans Dream of Tech Sovereignty

Europe wants a tech divorce from the U.
Around the World

Why TikTok Is Giving India Laughs … and Its Government Nightmares

Police officers are sharing videos of themselves dancing and singing, and it’s making officials worry about discipline and security.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
News + Politics

Worried About Your Data? Ireland's Got Your Back

Ireland’s data protections are the best in the world — and counter a rising tide of surveillance.
Around the World

London Could Shape the Future of Facial Recognition

The British capital’s experiments with this technology could set the global standard.
The New + the Next

How Secret Apps Are Violating Your Privacy

More and more people are falling victim to apps that allow others to spy on their mobile phones.
News + Politics

Want a Cut of the $39B Facebook Makes Off Your Data? That's About $5 a Month

The social network and Google make money from your information.
News + Politics

Too Big NOT to Fail?

Can the world’s top companies stay on top? Probably not for long.
The New + the Next

It's Not Just Big Tech: Sports Teams Are Tracking You Too

Teams and venues are turning to big data analytics to retain fans by giving them personalized experiences.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
The New + the Next

Meghan Should Forbid Public Photos of Archie Until He's 18

To celebrate Mother’s Day, the Duchess of Sussex should insist her son’s face be kept out of the spotlight.
News + Politics

Former CIA Chief: We Must Keep Julian Assange From Becoming a Martyr

John McLaughlin says the WikiLeaks founder is no journalist, but prosecuting him for publication could backfire.

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