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Privacy in the Age of Pokemon – Nets.Wars by Wendy Grossman

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Originally published on pelicancrossing.net “They’d probably do something stupid anyway, whether it was texting or email, or something else,” he said. He was maybe teens, maybe early 20s, standing in front of the house opposite mine with a similarly-aged friend. ...

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Digital Democracy – is it time to Quantify Politics ?

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Fitbit for the Parliament? General Elections in UK in 2015 suffered from a relatively low turnout,  attracting  only 66% of eligible voters, with only about 43% of young voters taking part . This number is down from 2010 despite the ...

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The Cloud: We’re Doing It Wrong

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James Moulding on the need to look beyond the corporate cloud to radically decentralised, secure and sustainable storage solutions. “It is time for the cloud to truly become a cloud, made up of a vast multitude of resource droplets that ...

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Google Glass: the end of the Smartphone?

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Eva Pascoe enjoys the comfy blanket of cyberspace wrapping around her,  from eyes upwards. Say ‘Good Bye’ to your smartphone, it’s been (not) nice carrying you around… A few days ago I joined the ranks of the Glass Explorers, the ...

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I Know What You Did Last Summer – on Pornography, Privacy and Pizza

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Eva Pascoe tracks the impact of  state and private surveillance on how we use the Internet, e-business and get data for smart cities. (This is a draft, comments welcomed!) “I know it when I see it” was the comment of a ...

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