Jamie Bartlett tells the gripping story of OneCoin -- an unholy marriage of three scams in one: a Ponzi scheme, a pyramid scheme and a fake cryptocurrency.
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Dan McCrum's sprawling narrative alternates between the history of Wirecard unearthed through interviews and documents, and the personal story of his investigations into the company.
Industry Unbound, book review: How the tech industry pays lip-service to data protection and privacy
Law professor Ari Ezra Waldman describes how he embedded himself in three tech companies in order to document how privacy laws play out in real-world practice.
A focus on developing AI that helps people will dissolve much of the fear of lost jobs and machine control, argues Ben Shneiderman.
This book characterises today's internet along four axes, outlines the respective benefits and challenges, and explores how our digital future may develop.
Cambridge academic Diane Coyle takes a critical look at mainstream economics, and explores the changes that are needed to align it with today's data-driven economy.
A comet is about to cause an extinction-level event on Earth, whose inhabitants and leaders perversely look the other way, until it's too late.
Blockchain explained in medieval manuscript form, the rise of Dungeons and Dragons, pixels and 'digital light', dystopian fiction, pre-internet nostalgia...take your pick.
Jeff John Roberts explores the world of cryptocurrencies, including the hacker-libertarian culture that produced them, the underlying technology, the conflicting motives of early adopters, and the passing craze for ICOs.
Poorly rewarded 'microworkers' underpin much of the digital world. Phil Jones examines this shadowy economy and explores how its denizens might organise in pursuit of a fairer deal.