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Articles tagged "data"
The future of human history has a problem: Digital information is even more ephemeral than the physical world.
The obsession with encryption and data has influenced art for centuries.
The NSA's subversion of the internet could expose more personal data to malicious hackers than ever before.
CEO Brian Jamison explains that the cloud's energy problem isn't just inefficient hardware.
The UK’s top spot on the Open Data Barometer is at odds with proposals to restrict Freedom of Information requests.
This is how you write a letter to the post-apocalypse.
A rack of servers on a single chip.
Oh, and picking the digital locks would be a felony.
You're Sending Postcards on the Internet and We're Building Envelopes: A Chat with Vikram Kumar, CEO of Kim Dotcom's Mega
Kumar says his company can promise users security in a post-Snowden world. Up to a point, of course.
Starting in 2015, California will require web companies to expunge content at a minor’s request.
Facebook's virtual brain is not only built on top of users' personal data, but could help the company infer even more about you and your life.
Why should we believe it hasn’t already been compromised?
Learn facts like how the US spends more money on defense now than during the peak of the Cold War.
Data is the currency of the internet, and advertising tech firms like Acxiom make their bones off of helping companies target ads more effectively.
Even after all of the domestic spying revelations revealed by Edward Snowden, New Zealand decided it wants to start it's own mini-NSA.
In a word, everywhere. But it's not just because we're on our phones.
Regular folks did not respond well to the news of their cell phones being tracked without their consent, and neither did the local authorities.
To really get the Internet, sometimes we need people to hit us over the heads with pictures of it.
Will the future library be a bookless "bibliotec" full of MacBooks and high-speed internet? Librarians replaced by search algorithms?
It’s not just the NSA collecting your data. Now corporations are getting in on the game as well.
It’s not just our brotherly government and corporate behemoths that love data. Some civilians have jumped on the data bandwagon on their own volition.
The results for Rice's Portraits of American Life survey are in: We're nothing but a pack of fickle mush heads.