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EU Free Trade Rules Hide a System of Inequality

EU Free Trade Rules Hide a System of Inequality

Matthew Collins, Contributing Writer
September 8, 2016
Filed under OPINION

While it was despicable of Ireland to allow a company to pay almost no tax, we should not forget that the European Commission’s motives in deciding this case were equally appalling.

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The FBI Has No Right To Strong-Arm Apple Into a New Encryption System

The FBI Has No Right To Strong-Arm Apple Into a New Encryption System

WSN Editorial Board
February 18, 2016
Filed under OPINION

Privacy advocates and many in the tech industry have raised concerns that the FBI's requested backdoor could be leaked, leaving millions of iPhone owners susceptible to breach. Given the risks that it would pose to private citizens, Apple should continue to fight the court’s edict.

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Get yo’ holiday drank on

Kendall Levison, Dining Editor
November 30, 2015
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

Learn how to mix drinks right in your dorm this holiday season.

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iPhone a day keeps the doctors away

iPhone a day keeps the doctors away

Matthew Tessler, Deputy Opinion Editor
April 16, 2015
Filed under OPINION

New Apple software is a positive step towards increasing participants in medical studies.

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Apple’s fight over payment apps hurts industry

Apple’s fight over payment apps hurts industry

Matthew Tessler, Staff Columnist
November 11, 2014
Filed under OPINION

The public should not endorse Apple going unchallenged in this sector — competitors should not be denied a chance.

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Staff Recommendations: fall food favorites

Staff Recommendations: fall food favorites

November 5, 2014
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

WSN staff members share their picks on the best dishes to enjoy for fall.

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Unwarranted criticism for ‘Apple sheep’

Unwarranted criticism for ‘Apple sheep’

Scarlett Curtis, Staff Columnist
October 30, 2014
Filed under OPINION

People who consistently buy Apple products receive unfair criticisms.

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Apple’s efforts strengthen personal privacy

Apple’s efforts strengthen personal privacy

Tommy Collison
October 7, 2014
Filed under OPINION

For law enforcement hoping to gain more access to private data, Apple's heightened security is a bad thing. For everyone else, it's very good.

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iPhone encryption highlights privacy issues

iPhone encryption highlights privacy issues

Matthew Tessler, Contributing Columnist
October 6, 2014
Filed under OPINION

Apple’s encryptions put more power in the hands of the people by letting individuals assess the balance of privacy and protection alongside the consequences the iPhone 6 has.

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U2 album not invasion of privacy

U2 album not invasion of privacy

Audrey Deng, Contributing Writer
September 18, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Music

Was Apple's surprise gift of U2's "Songs of Innocence" an invasion of privacy?

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Apple keynote may give new life to Cook’s vision

Apple keynote may give new life to Cook’s vision

WSN Editorial Board
September 9, 2014
Filed under OPINION

Today's keynote will mark the culmination of Tim Cook's transition from "Steve Jobs's predecessor" to CEO of Apple.

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Adam’s Angle: Apple must innovate to maintain technology lead

Adam’s Angle: Apple must innovate to maintain technology lead

May 1, 2014
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

Today's keynote will mark the culmination of Tim Cook's transition from "Steve Jobs's predecessor" to CEO of Apple.

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