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Yesterday marked the tech industry's advocacy action, The Day We Fight Back. This campaign is aimed at raising awareness of the National Security Agency's (NSA's) mass surveillance program which is collecting content and metadata from e-mails, chats and social networks; harvesting contact lists; and gathering billions of records each day on cellphone locations, according to The Washington Post.
You can visualize nearly every indicator of economic, social and human development on StatPlanet World Bank, the winner of World Bank's ambitious developer contest launched last October challenging new uses of the World Bank API. After voting from distinguished judges and the public, the organization announced the top three apps at an event in Washington, D.C., this afternoon.
The New York Times made news earlier this year through its release of several APIs (our Campaign Finance API Profile and our Movie Reviews API Profile). There's been promise of more APIs to come, and the latest prototype created by The New York Times gives a preview of what is to come.