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Strata Week: We give up more data than we realize, but CA residents soon may have access to all of it

By Jenn Webb
April 5, 2013

A look at personal data research and new government legislation In a post at the New York Times this week, Somini Sengupta took an in-depth look at the work of Alessandro Acquisti, a behavioral economist at Carnegie Mellon University in …

From SOPA to speech: Seven tech trends to monitor

By Mike Loukides
January 19, 2012

Mike Loukides weighs in on the tech trends — good and bad — that will exert considerable influence in 2012.

From SOPA to speech: Seven tech trends to monitor

By Mike Loukides
January 19, 2012

Mike Loukides weighs in on the tech trends — good and bad — that will exert considerable influence in 2012.

Congress considers anti-piracy bills that could cripple Internet industries

By Alex Howard
November 22, 2011

In a time when the American economy needs to catalyze innovation to compete in a global marketplace, members of the United States Congress have advanced legislation that could cripple the Internet industry, damage cybersecurity and harm freedom of expression online.

Congress considers anti-piracy bills that could cripple Internet industries

Congress considers anti-piracy bills that could cripple Internet industries
By Alex Howard
November 22, 2011

In a time when the American economy needs to catalyze innovation to compete in a global marketplace, members of the United States Congress have advanced legislation that could cripple the Internet industry, damage cybersecurity and harm freedom of expression online.

Why don't they get it?

By Peter Bennett
July 15, 2011

If you comment on new technology, you should get to know as many of the quirks and biases of human behavior as you can. That's because you're modeling people first and technology second.

EGovernment at the Legislature - From Emerald Isle to Emerald Slippers

By Rick Jelliffe
May 29, 2010

Sean McGrath is writing a series around the design issues for KLISS (Kansas Legislative Information Services System) which his company is doing.

US Library of Congress makes a step towards PRESTO

By Rick Jelliffe
October 10, 2008

The US Library of Congress Thomas project is making user-friendly, structured URLs available as permanent aliases for its legislation. I have been pushing a similar approach, but taking it further, in the PRESTO approach.


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