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James Ball

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James Ball is a Journalist at The Guardian.

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reads: Special Projects Editor @GuardianUS, sometime lecturer, occasional author. Good at fixing printers. Personal account.
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Latest articles by James Ball

Brendan Eich's coming-out party ended the Mozilla way: free, open – and shut
Ten days can feel like a long time on the internet. Especially when it spans the entirety of your tenure as one of the people running it. But almost nothing on the web was built to last too long.
Mozilla boss toughs out backlash over opposition to gay marriage
The new CEO of Mozilla, the not-for-profit organisation behind the Firefox web browser, declined on Tuesday to offer a rationale for his 2008 donation in support of California's gay marriage ban, insisting he would remain in post despite a backlash over his appointment.
NSA performed warrantless searches on Americans' calls and emails – Clapper
US intelligence chiefs have confirmed that the National Security Agency has used a "back door" in surveillance law to perform warrantless searches on Americans’ communications.
Budget 2014: five eye-grabbing measures which are less than they seem
UK budget speeches generally involve dozens of new and disconnected measures being announced at once – one minute we’re on bonuses or marriage, next to investment, and then we’re talking about the price of a pack of fags.
Read this to find out how Upworthy's awful headlines changed the web
Hooking curiosity … Eli Pariser, left, and Peter Koechley, two of Upworthy's founders. Photograph: Michael Nagle/New York Times / Redux / eyevine
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