The Times Online is reporting on a unique FaceBook group that is being used to contact blood donors to let them know what blood types are needed and the locations that are in need of the blood. A New York charity called Takes All Types collects information about the blood types that are needed in […]
In this short YouTube video, CNN interviews Chinese hackers, who claim to have broken into high-level private and government websites, including a Pentagon website. The hackers claim that they have been paid by the Chinese Government to conduct these security breeches.
In our wired world of Big Brother, Little Brothers, socially networked smart mobs, tagged images and RFID implanted humans, George Orwell is more timely than ever before, even when he didn’t get everything quite right. Below are some of my favorite Orwell quotes for our networked age. —————————————- Orwell foresaw Big Brother, but not all […]
In a story that shows the widespread use of social networks around the globe, the Thailand Prime Minister’s Office has requested that the government ministry of Information, Communications and Technology monitor the use of the Hi5 social networking site by Buddhist monks. The request came after allegations that a monk used the internet to lure […]
Daniel Solove is a George Washington University Law Professor, who specializes in information privacy law, and the author of “The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor & Privacy on the Internet”. In this interesting 30 minute interview with C-SPAN, Daniel Solove discusses a range of legal issues relating to the conflicts between freedom and privacy in […]