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Category Archives: Politics
And I’m not surprised.
This is actually pretty big news, and here’s why from Edward Moyer for CNET: The U.S. government requires that 95 percent of its electronics bear the EPEAT seal of approval; large companies such as Ford and Kaiser Permanente require their CIOs … Continue reading
This is awesome: The design for three Galaxy tablets doesn’t infringe Apple’s registered design, Judge Colin Birss said today in London in a court fight between the world’s two biggest makers of smartphones. Consumers aren’t likely to get the tablet … Continue reading
Google has released this transparency report for the past 2 years, and things are only getting worse. On this list, several countries who had previously complied are now demanding content removal.
It’s a pretty insane practice as it is. If an employer wants your password, you probably shouldn’t work for them.
Tim Berners-Lee: We’re moving towards a world in which people agree not to use information for particular purposes. It’s not whether you can get my information, it’s when you’ve got it, what you promise not to do with it.
Nest has responded to Honeywell’s claims of patent infringement: Despite the fact that Honeywell is an “industrial behemoth” with revenues that exceeded $36 billion in 2011, Nest says the company hasn’t innovated. “That ‘blah-looking controller’ on the market today is … Continue reading
This was actually an informative read, whether you agree or disagree with the US. (via Marco Arment)
Excellent article by Gerry Smith on HuffPo: A year ago, Maldonado’s computer stopped working and she cannot afford a new one. So almost every day she borrows one of the library’s laptops and sits down at a desk, rushing to … Continue reading
ABC News gets the exclusive look of the Foxconn factories, largely due to the relationship with Apple and also due to the Fair Labor Association’s recent push to investigate the company.
My post on a new blog from my friends Ben & Ben, “Bumba Broadsides”, on the Ethics of Google and the recent anti-trust search debate.
After the recent shutdown of the popular site Megaupload, it appears that several sites that allowed individuals to upload files to share across the internet are stopping the ability to share the files. Some of the sites include FileSonic, FileServe, … Continue reading
Europe is considering a sweeping new law that would force Internet companies like Amazon.com and Facebook to obtain explicit consent from consumers about the use of their personal data, delete that data forever at the consumer’s request and face fines … Continue reading
A fantastic read on the state of electronics manufacturing in the United States, and why the iPhone simply cannot be produced at the scale that China can: Another critical advantage for Apple was that China provided engineers at a scale … Continue reading
Jimmy Wales: Student warning! Do your homework early. Wikipedia protesting bad law on Wednesday! #sopa
Sebastian Anthony, ExtremeTech: The main thing now, then, is to remain vigilant. The internet has won this round, but it’s guaranteed that Congress will try to pass similar laws in the future. With Senator Harry Reid receiving more than $3.5 … Continue reading
Yeah, this will bring everyone back.
Jimmy Wales: A few months ago, the Italian Wikipedia community made a decision to blank all of Italian Wikipedia for a short period in order to protest a law which would infringe on their editorial independence. The Italian Parliament backed … Continue reading