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The Internet Isn't Free

by Jenny Sussin  |  December 4, 2015

I've recently embarked on a new line of research (for me, not for the world) on customer data privacy. In doing so, I've read synthesized versions of about 20 reports,...

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What is Bitcoin telling us about innovation on Internet?

by Rajesh Kandaswamy  |  January 24, 2014

Time will tell if Bitcoins take hold, disappear or remain on the fringes forever.  Supporters believe that Bitcoins enable easier, safer and faster exchange of money using modern technology. They...

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Ignore Process Pain Points at Your Peril!

by Samantha Searle  |  February 3, 2012

Where did you do most of the Christmas shopping this year? Like many people, I avoided the crowded high streets and placed orders online. Internet shoppers spent almost £8bn online...

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Campaign to Integrate the Right to Internet into the Constitution is Laughable

by Andrea Dimaio  |  December 2, 2010

This week I have come across another episode that really sets my country (Italy) apart from all logical thought processes. A group of otherwise respectable people, including the former privacy...

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A Big Day For U.S. Telecom (Regulators)

by Phillip Redman  |  June 16, 2010

Think it's going to be a cool, quiet summer?  Think again!  The FCC is turning up the heat early.  The tentative agenda for its June 17 open meeting includes a...

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Rumored GoogleTV Partnership – Déjà vu All Over Again

by Van Baker  |  March 18, 2010

The New York Times reports that Google is working on something that is called GoogleTV which might see Android on the television running on Intel silicon and using a Logitech...

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Short thought on URL shortening

by Thomas Otter  |  August 10, 2009

The demise of a URL shortening service,  made me think a bit about the Internet generally. There are decades of science, engineering, standards, governance and accident that have created...

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