ISSUE 0.48

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The Chaos of Self

The madness of self. Glitch art in society, medical lies, murderous drug lords, tweens, hackers, bots.

[dailybreadmag.de]

How Does Glitch Art Reflect Society?

A great, image-heavy recognition of the glitch art scene and how it mirrors our personal lives.
[vanityfair.com]

Exclusive: How Elizabeth Holmes’s House of Cards Came Tumbling Down

Turns out that Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes' "revolutionary" blood-based diagnosis system, is a bunch of junk and falsehoods.
[news.vice.com]

Meth, Murder, and the DEA's Mysterious Deal With the 'Most Dangerous Man in the World'

The most dangerous man in the world works with the DEA to turn in his former criminal associates.
[elle.com]

90 Million Tweens, A Free App, One Goal: Fame

OK - it's hard to stare into the face of the next (tween) generation. But here it is; the logical conclusion of social media + the awareness of fame.
[newyorker.com]

Machine Politics

Oldie but a goodie - the beginning of the iPhone cracking, and a look into a piece of hackwar history.
[dev.to]

Bots are Playing a Bigger Role in the Election than People Realize

Bots are being used to manipulate opinions. There's gotta be a LOT of money in that.
[theatlantic.com]

When Algorithms Take the Stand

Algorithms being used to judge criminals. What could go wrong?