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The Internet Bill of Rights is just one piece of our moral obligations – TechCrunch

The Internet Bill of Rights is just one piece of our moral obligations – TechCrunch David Gorodyansky Contributor More posts by this contributor Warrantless surveillance law proves it’s time to take privacy into our own hands This is the future if net neutrality is repealed; the creeping, costly death of …

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Four reasons why you should attend TC Sessions AR/VR 2018 – TechCrunch

Four reasons why you should attend TC Sessions AR/VR 2018 – TechCrunch On October 18 — just one week away — some of the most brilliant and innovative minds in reality creation will gather at UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles to attend TC Sessions AR/VR 2018. Whether you’re an …

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CEOs from Mindshow, SVRF and TheWaveVR are talking social VR at TC Sessions: AR/VR – TechCrunch

CEOs from Mindshow, SVRF and TheWaveVR are talking social VR at TC Sessions: AR/VR – TechCrunch With Facebook holding a dominant role in the VR space, one would think that the social networking implications are all taken care of, but for the time being it actually seems to be one …

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Hear how Oculus is minimizing VR’s content problem at TC Sessions: AR/VR – TechCrunch

Hear how Oculus is minimizing VR’s content problem at TC Sessions: AR/VR – TechCrunch In 2018, VR adoption has plenty of demons to chase as it looks to build a larger, more mainstream audience. In 2017, the chief concern for most in the industry was the lack of content available …

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Chilling effects – TechCrunch

Chilling effects – TechCrunch The removal of conspiracy enthusiast content by InfoWars brings us to an interesting and important point in the history of online discourse. The current form of Internet content distribution has made it a broadcast medium akin to television or radio. Apps distribute our cat pics, our workouts, …

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VR helps us remember – TechCrunch

VR helps us remember – TechCrunch Researchers at the University of Maryland have found that people remember information better if it is presented in VR vs. on a two dimensional personal computer. This means VR education could be an improvement on tablet or device-based learning. “This data is exciting in …

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The erosion of Web 2.0 – TechCrunch

The erosion of Web 2.0 – TechCrunch How we lost our way… and found it again It seems quaint to imagine now but the original vision for the web was not an information superhighway. Instead, it was a newspaper that fed us only the news we wanted. This was the …

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Does Ready Player One reveal the future of VR? – TechCrunch

Maggie Lane is a writer and producer of virtual reality experiences and covers the industry for various publications. It was barely minutes after the Ready Player One premiere, and texts from my friends and colleagues in the VR community began pouring in… “How was it?” Those of us in the …

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