Tag Archives: privacy

Facebook’s Latest Move Should Terrify You

The biggest risk facing the rise of tech giants such as Facebook, Google, and Amazon isn’t privacy, it’s this. If you fear the conversation about the loss of privacy, which has brought companies such as Facebook to the forefront of our collective psyche, then this should terrify you. You’ve likely seen news coverage about the back and forth between Democratic ...

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How Innovation and Decentralization Will Forever Change Social Networking

The blockchain and cryptocurrency are more than just buzzwords nowadays. Bitcoin seems to be in the headlines every other day, while techies are all hanging on the looming promise of the blockchain’s revolutionary power. William Mougayar’s The Business Blockchain: Premise, Practice, and Application of the Next Internet Technology describes blockchain technology’s promise of security and trust: “The blockchain cannot be ...

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The Innovative Internet of Everything and Everywhere

No Place Left to Hide Everywhere you look around you, there’s a hidden world layered on top of the one you see. This world is made up of information and data, silently being measured, transmitted, and analyzed. Invisible connections between devices, routers, cellphone towers, satellites, and servers comprise this gigantic network and make everything possible from online shopping to GPS ...

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Innovation Should Not Ignore Privacy or Security Risks

Innovation Should Not Ignore Privacy or Security Risks - Innovation Excellence

Will new laws ignore privacy dangers inherent in self-driving cars? Even as the country still reels from revelations that almost 2.5 million more people were affected by the recent Equifax than previously thought (bringing the current total up to 145.5 million), the senate has introduced legislation regarding advanced testing and deployment of autonomous vehicles without addressing privacy or security measures. ...

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Google + Nest: Benefit Trumps Fear

With the Internet of Things around the corner, privacy can become a great concern. The recent announcement that Google is acquiring Nest, a tech startup that makes smart thermostats and smoke detectors for the home, has raised significant discussions about privacy and the future of innovations.

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When Do People Care About Privacy?

Privacy: In the tech world, it’s the little-big issue that could. You’ve heard all of the arguments before. With few paid subscription models, it’s difficult to monetize the internet without sacrificing some privacy to advertisers, and even those with paid models would scarcely pass up the chance to harvest and benefit from user data.

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Warning – Open Space Office Ahead

Open space plan is THE thing in innovative office design today. But when the bottom line is: ‘kiss your private office/cubicle goodbye,’ many employees become anxious, angry or heartbroken. And are messages that ‘it’ll be good for the team’ or ‘seniority is not recognized by having a private office” really consoling to anyone losing privacy?

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