Link Dump: 4th September 2015


Privacy, Economics, and Price Discrimination on the Internet
Wil Wheaton reads “Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free” by Cory Doctorow
Ashley Madison Code Shows More Women, and More Bots
Snowden: Clinton’s email server ‘a problem’
Inquiry launched after HIV clinic reveals hundreds of patients’ identities
Is Telegram’s Compliance with Iran Compromising the Digital Security of Its Users?
Google sued over ‘paper towns’ rip-off claim
Google to punish sites for using interstitial adverts
Mobile-friendly web pages using app banners [Google’s own update on interstitial ads]
Apple, Google, and other tech giants will pay $415 million in poaching scandal settlement
This iPhone Malware infecting Jailbroken Devices Stole 225,000 Apple Accounts
The Secret of Airbnb’s Pricing Algorithm
Court: We Can’t Rule on NSA Bulk Data Collection Because We Don’t Know Whose Data Was Collected
In search of the darkest, most disturbing content on the Internet
Will DIME eventually replace email?
Life After Content Blocking
Apple’s Ad Blockers Rile Publishers
To regulate or not to regulate? EU to launch study on Uber
Uber increases unemployment and needs regulation, says Brazil’s president
YouTube as you know it is about to change dramatically
Microsoft and Google spend way more on lobbying the EU than other American tech companies
Twitter works just fine – but for investors, anything except total market domination is a disaster
BEUC’s reaction to Google’s public response to the Commission’s Statement of Objections
Twitter Suspends ‘Pirate’ Site Accounts Over Dubious Claims Blog — Oh, won’t someone think of the children! - Friday Roundup - 4th September 2015