Silicon Angle :: As more companies look for easier ways to solve the Big Data puzzle, new platforms like Quill — from Narrative Science, Inc. — offer innovative solutions. The company’s primary mission is to “give people a fast and simple way to understand data.” That means democratizing data with a fresh and grounded perspective on analytics, and solving for specific use cases to take Big Data solutions that last mile.
ZDNet :: European politicians have agreed to implement a controversial new rule that will require teens under 16 years to get their parent’s permission to use the internet.
AP :: Poland’s parliament on Wednesday approved new legislation that gives the government control of state radio and television stations in a move that has raised EU concern.
Guardian :: Hossein Derakhshan was imprisoned by the regime for his blogging. On his release, he found the internet stripped of its power to change the world and instead serving up a stream of pointless social trivia.
Press Gazette :: News that a family court judge has ruled on how rock star Liam Gallagher and ex-wife Nicole Appleton should split assets of £11m emerged following a three-month legal fight by The Sun.
Press Gazette :: The worlds of the news media and philosophy may collide rarely. But at Netherlands-based De Correspondent a team has taken a more philosophical approach to developing the online journalism platform, which has seen the number of paying subscribers grow steadily in the past two years.
Digiday :: NBC Sports has launched a Snapchat account in time for the NHL’s outdoor “Winter Classic.” The account will provide hockey fans a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the annual New Year’s Day broadcast, as well as the fan experience in and around the game.