A new issue of Human Technology is out. Ian Brown (Oxford): The Global Online Freedom Act. From TNR, Chris Hughes on how Big Data is not our master: Humans create technology — humans can control it. Niccolo Tempini reviews “Raw Data” is an Oxymoron. Open sourcers build “Google Search for Big Data”. Brad Stone goes inside Google's secret lab. Mat Honan knew he never wanted to leave Google Island — even if he could. Meet the two-world hypothesis and its havoc: Evgeny Morozov reviews The New Digital Age by Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen (and more). How the internet is using us all: Michael Saler reviews Evgeny Morozov’s To Save Everything, Click Here and Jaron Lanier’s Who Owns the Future? (and more and more and more) Michael Riley on how the U.S. government hacks the world. In today’s world, web developers have it all: money, perks, freedom, respect — are coders worth it?