Policy on national security and protection is in the hands of people without critical technological understanding, warns cybersecurity expert. By Jemima Kiss
Cryptocurrencies – in whatever form they take – could alter the way we do business by making online transactions easier, writes John Naughton
Wikileaks founder calls for people to help roll back surveillance where even the most powerful politicians cannot. By Stuart Dredge
Creative visual works could be under threat after actor with five-second role blocks online distribution of film
Three campaigning groups share their social media strategies for taking on the NRA. By Stuart Dredge
The Iron Man director returns to indie film-making with a good-natured comedy about a cook who rediscovers his creativity in the back of a street food truck, writes Henry Barnes
Daniel Tomlinson: At school our columnist's life was made such a misery by others that he thought of harming himself. A talent for coding and the people he met in that community were his salvation
Mark Diacono: Getting things right is about planning as well as digging – and here is how to find the best ideas
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In Richard Ayoade's new film, The Double, Eisenberg plays two versions of the same character. Is it a case of art imitating life?
'Bad Grandpa became the first narrative feature to include a documentary flashback sequence in which its protagonist sucks off an anthropomorphic fish'
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