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Was vom Tage übrig blieb: Überwachen mit China, Zahlen mit Facebook und Stromverschwenden mit Bitcoin

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Blick aus dem Berliner Büro von netzpolitik.org auf den Fernsehturm am Alexanderplatz.Der sonnige Schein trügt. Wetten, es regnet gleich wieder?The Intercept berichtet über die merkwürdige Kooperation von US-Techkonzernen wie IBM und Google mit der chinesischen Überwachungsfirma Semptian, ein Wettbewerbsexperte warnt vor Facebook als globalem Gläubiger und Wissenschaftler in Cambridge rechnen dem globalen Stromverbrauch von Kryptowährungen hinterher. Die besten Reste des Tages....

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