Hackathon Held In Miami With Goal Of Improving Communications And Information Access In Cuba
MIAMI, FL - FEBRUARY 01: A computer screen is filled with code as Dan Vera writes a program that he hopes will allow people living in Cuba to bypass the Cuban government censorship of the internet during the Hackathon for Cuba event on February 1, 2014 in Miami, Florida. The hackathon brought together experts and programmers to devise innovative technology solutions aimed at strengthening communications and information access in Cuba. The event is organized by Roots of Hope with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Joe Raedle—Getty Images

The Next President Will Face a Cyber Crisis Within the First 100 Days

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1. The next president will face a cyber crisis within their first 100 days.

By Harriet Taylor at CNBC

2. If most voters are uninformed, who should make decisions about the public’s welfare?

By Caleb Crain in the New Yorker

3. The Trump campaign’s crusade against political correctness might end up saving it.

By Barton Swaim in the Washington Post

4. America needs India’s rockets.

By Adam Minter in Bloomberg View

5. How ‘Frankenstein’ can help future leaders set science policy, if we let it.

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