Have you recently received a package from FedEx, UPS or another delivery company? If you’re like many Americans, the answer to the aforementioned question is yes. After all, Amazon alone sends about 3.3 billion packages worldwide yearly, many of which are delivered to customers in the United States.
At its core, the Contract for the Web is a deceptively simple thing: a document that affirms certain rights and privileges for everyone who uses the internet. But it’s deeper than it looks.
If So, Here’s What Things Might Look Like You can never judge a book by its cover … In 1215, one of the world’s most famous documents was created on a simple piece of parchment paper. The Magna Carta, also known as “The Great Charter” may look like merely a paper full of writing, but… Read more →
Fake stories and news reach countless people on social media platforms, and unfortunately these pieces of misinformation can have real consequences.