Insecure Borders

You might not be worried about your privacy being exploited by network operators, but how about if the Customs and Border Protection…

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The Internet: Where the Managers Have No Game

U2's longtime manager, Paul McGuinness, delivered a speech earlier this week in which he placed the blame for recording artists losing royalties via illegal downloads on ISPs and Internet technology. His proposed solution is to implement an ill-conceived policy that is nearly impossible to enforce.…

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Desperately Seeking Better Collaboration Tools

Collaboration -- both with staff on the inside and advisers from the outside -- is a vital part of any successful organization. Given that so much of our communication is done electronically, much of our collaboration is, too. But good luck finding a truly effective set of electronic collaboration tools.…

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How to Safeguard Your Privacy Online

Privacy on the Internet -- as Facebook’s Beacon advertising platform and other examples make clear -- is not something that anyone can expect. It can be achieved, however, and maintained. Here's how.…

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In Search of the Über Set-top Box

Where is the next-generation STB that we’ve been hearing about for at least the past three years? The über STB with HD, TiVo, networking, storage and more -- the one that will be the center of home entertainment?…

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