Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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We think of the internet as an endless expanse of data and interaction with big, bright points of focus, and a million dark corners. But more and more, your view of the web's vast spectrum depends a lot on where you live. In Vietnam there's an extreme example. A new law there will make it illegal to post news or "general information" online. And, a look back at one year of NASA's Curiosity Mars rover.

One year after Curiosity, Adam Steltzner on NASA's next step

NASA's Adam Steltzner on the future of space exploration.
Posted In: NASA, mars, Curiosity rover

Tweets drive TV viewership

Nielsen says Twitter is inspiring people to tune in and participate.
Posted In: Twitter, television, nielsen

Internet freedom depends on where you live

A vague new law in Vietnam aims to censor what people post online.
Posted In: internet censorship, Vietnam