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Des plateformes en leurs limites - 7 novembre 2018
Le philosophe Nick Srnicek (@n_srnck) est l’auteur avec Alex Williams (@lemonbloodycola) du célèbre manifeste accélérationniste (2013, publié également sous forme de livre en 2017), ainsi que du livre Accélérer le futur : Post-travail & post-capitalisme (2017). Dans leur manifeste et leur livre, les théoriciens de (...)

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Amazon shares sink despite record profit of nearly $3bn - 28 octobre 2018
Company sees fourth quarter of profits greater than $1bn but revenue growth is lower than expected Amazon has announced a record profit for the last three months of close to $3bn. But the news on Thursday of a $1bn-a-month bonanza was not enough for Wall Street and shares sank on lower-than-expected revenue (...)

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Tech firms make millions from Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda, report finds - 24 octobre 2018
Amazon, Palantir and Microsoft provide tools that aid surveillance, detention and deportation, according to report Silicon Valley technology corporations including Amazon, Palantir and Microsoft make millions from US immigration enforcement, according to a new report. They provide tools that aid surveillance, (...)

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The Global Internet Phenomena Report - 7 octobre 2018
The data in this edition of the Global Internet Phenomena Report is drawn from Sandvine’s installed base of over 150 Tier 1 and Tier 2 fixed and mobile operators worldwide. The report does not include significant data from either China or India, but the data represents a portion of Sandvine’s 2.1B subscribers (...)

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Netflix consomme 15% de la bande passante mondiale (et ça veut dire beaucoup) - 7 octobre 2018
Netflix consomme 15% de la bande passante mondiale, selon le rapport « The Global Internet Phenomena » signé de la société américaine Sandvine. La gourmandise du service de vidéo à la demande le place devant YouTube, qui consomme 11,35 % du trafic mondial. Un tel chiffre signe l’hégémonie indiscutable de la plateforme (...)