In the age of dataism, algocracy, social media, over-presence of internet, we allow cookies every day, clicking “ok” on terms and conditions, letting our data be used and sold without consciousness of it. The growth of computing capacities and flows of digital data (called Big Data) has made it possibleRead More →

Since the starting point of the Revolution of Smiles, or Hirak Movement, on February 16, 10 days after the news of the dynamic president Bouteflika’s candidacy for presidency, the structure, the significance and the leading of this protest has been astonishing, for many reasons. First, for the non-violent trend andRead More →

  The resignation of the President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, has led the country to a popular outcry. The nomination of Anez as President ad interim has not soothed the situation, but, on the contrary, caused a political crisis that is reflected by the huge amount of people that areRead More →