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Six weeks ago—on October 31, 2023—the British Library suffered a massive cyberattack. What has been lost? The post How to Lose a Library appeared first on Public Books.
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Women invented cyberspace. Yet today’s internet rewards misogyny with fame, wealth, and power. Could it be otherwise? The post Weaving a Feminist Cyberlaw appeared first on Public Books.
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