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USA | Privacy | With tech, nowhere to run, nowhere to hide 07/02/2008 | With tech, nowhere to run, nowhere to hide
USA | Privacy | While Orwell was correct in foreseeing evaporating individual privacy, the enemy of privacy is not necessarily government. Indeed, we may only have ourselves to blame for the destruction of privacy that we hold so dear... Continue

USA | Copyrights | `Tis the season for common sense copyright 03/01/2008 | `Tis the season for common sense copyright
USA | Copy Rights | It`s the season of giving, and the House Judiciary Committee could give consumers, innovators, and artists what they are asking for--fair and balanced copyright reform--and even give a holiday boost to our technology-driven economy... Continue

USA | Copyrighys | A Nation of Infringers? 27/11/2007 | A Nation of Infringers?
USA | Copy Rights | John Tehranian, a law professor at the University of Utah, has an article coming out in the Utah Law Review in which he concludes that the dichotomy between copyright law and social norms "is so profound that on any given day even the most law-abidin.. Continue

USA | Information Society | Is Russia`s tech future in Israel`s tech past? 24/11/2007 | Is Russia`s tech future in Israel`s tech past?
USA | Technology | Israel and Russia. Besides a common liking for borscht, you`d be hard pressed to find two nations less similar. Yet some very serious people believe Russia is destined to duplicate the Jewish state`s astounding success in high technology. .. Continue

USA | Copyrights | How DRM can help education 14/11/2007 | How DRM can help education
USA | Copy Rights | DRM and electronic books could help lower college educational expenses while at the same time improving the health of students. .. Continue

USA | Cybercrime | How we went wrong on identity 05/11/2007 | How we went wrong on identity
USA | Privacy | After years working on identity and its protection, I`ve concluded that our identity infrastructure is fundamentally broken--and the Web is what ultimately broke it... Continue

USA | Information Society | Fixing our fraying Internet infrastructure 17/10/2007 | Fixing our fraying Internet infrastructure
USA | Technology | In the same way that levees and bridges need to be safe and reliable, our communications networks need to handle our growing Internet traffic... Continue

USA | Information Society | Gadgets are from Mars, connections are from Venus? 22/08/2007 | Gadgets are from Mars, connections are from Venus?
USA | Computers | The author said she sometimes feels like she is living in a high-tech version of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, which she thinks of as Gadgets are from Mars, Connections are from Venus. .. Continue

USA | Privacy | Are Google`s moves creeping you out? 19/06/2007 | Are Google`s moves creeping you out?
USA | Privacy | Now that Google is serving up images from the sky with Google Earth, creating street-level images with Street View and tracking customer behavior in cyberspace, some are starting to ask: how much is enough?.. Continue

USA | Intellectual Property | True Love or Doomed Relationship? 05/04/2007 | True Love or Doomed Relationship?
USA | Intellectual Property | The recent Supreme Court battle over the legal standard for permanent injunctions in patents cases (eBay v. MercExchange) marked an important new front in the Property Rights Movement`s campaign to establish a strict and broad interpretation of prope.. Continue

USA | Freedom of information | Freedom of information? Uncle Sam, get it right! 02/04/2007 | Freedom of information? Uncle Sam, get it right!
USA | Technology | The Freedom of Information Act enables the public to obtain information from the federal government to ascertain, as stated by the Supreme Court, "what the government is up to." After all, a government shrouded in secrecy is not a government by the p.. Continue

USA | Libel | What Does Wikipedia Say About You? 11/11/2006 | What Does Wikipedia Say About You?
USA | Defamation | In the past, if you wanted to learn about a company or a product, the natural place to visit was the local library. Over the last decade, of course, the reference room has largely given way to the Internet for research. But while the tools are new, u.. Continue

USA | Workplace | Workplace Worries: Blogging, IMing, iPods, and Camera Phones, Oh My! 14/06/2006 | Workplace Worries: Blogging, IMing, iPods, and Camera Phones, Oh My!
USA | Labour & Work Place | New technological means of communicating and entertaining are obviously invading the workplace. Therefore, the issue arises about the measure that should be taken by employers to deal and eventually control blogging, instant messaging activities, as .. Continue

USA | Civil Liberties | Veterans Data Breach Highlights Inadequate Privacy Protections 01/06/2006 | Veterans Data Breach Highlights Inadequate Privacy Protections
USA | Internet Rights | A Briefing On Public Policy Issues Affecting Civil Liberties Online from The Center For Democracy and Technology... Continue

International | Copy Rights | The Origins of Creative Commons 23/05/2006 | The Origins of Creative Commons
INTERNATIONAL | Copy Rights | A brief history of Creative Commons licensing. .. Continue



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