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Experts Forecast the End of Privacy as We Know It


Whether privacy will be dead, ailing or invigorated by a strong new privacy-rights infrastructure is a matter of debate, but there is consensus over one thing: It won't be the same 10 years from now as it is today. "The concept of privacy will shift and much of our lives will be exposed," suggested privacy attorney Lisa Sotto, "but we'll have a better understanding of what we want to protect."
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Have Intel and Microsoft Discovered the Fountain of Corporate Youth?


Both Microsoft and Intel are listening to their partners and actually responding. The products coming to market reflect the fact that, once again, they both care about the people who build their components into products. In the past, OEMs complained that Microsoft blew them off, and Intel just told them what they were going to get. Now, they are striving to keep them happy and successful.
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Re: US Scientists Prep for Large Hadron Collider's Debut  Jeremy Manier and Jo Napolitano  2008-09-06 08:58:44
LHC@home  mitrich  2008-09-06 09:19:20
Re: Viewers Stampede to Online TV  Chris Maxcer  2008-09-05 20:05:15
Internet Television  manager2  2008-09-05 20:16:50
Re: Heads Up: Chrome's Omnibox May Record What You Type  JR Raphael  2008-09-04 14:59:26
Red Chinese / Google  wjbyman  2008-09-04 15:10:37
Re: How Far Will Apple Go to Stop the Dell MP3 Effort?  Rob Enderle  2008-08-11 07:19:03
Unbelieveable!  realitybites  2008-08-19 12:50:00
Sad Blind Loyalty  linuxman  2008-08-13 10:04:19
Integrity in reporting and the anxiety of Apple fanboys  lix2k3  2008-08-11 16:09:51
Thanks  RobEnderle  2008-08-11 16:22:13
Enderles rants...  Ratty  2008-08-11 13:42:19
More Apple FUD  RobEnderle  2008-08-11 15:04:43
Enderles Lies...  Ratty  2008-08-11 12:36:48
Really?  RobEnderle  2008-08-11 13:21:00
Apple Fud Attack Week 2  RobEnderle  2008-08-11 11:55:56
LOL!  dmking  2008-08-11 10:53:37
I mean this in the nicest way...  jeffsters  2008-08-11 09:57:38
Oh please  ewelch  2008-08-11 09:51:07
Enderle's spinning out out control  gkent  2008-08-11 09:33:24
When will Technewsworld Stop taking Marketing as copy?  Ratty  2008-08-11 08:31:57
????  melgross  2008-08-11 07:31:59
Dell can't compete?  RobEnderle  2008-08-11 15:44:22
Enderle's track record....  scarface74  2008-09-03 20:00:49
Re: Fuel Cells, Part 2: The Future of Power  Walaika Haskins  2008-09-03 09:18:44
GPS can save fuel  GPS_Tracking  2008-09-03 09:30:32
Re: WAN Optimization: It's Not All About the Cost  Bojan Simic  2008-09-02 03:54:59
outsourcewebsite  tinasilvee  2008-09-02 04:02:57
Re: Intel Talks Up Our Wire-Free, Robot-Ruled Future  Walaika Haskins  2008-08-23 11:29:50
Wireless Electricity  combizs  2008-08-28 20:11:18
Re: Photoshop Tries to Win Over the Web 2.0 Crowd  Renay San Miguel  2008-08-26 23:46:50
competition  bugmenot1  2008-08-26 23:52:14
Re: Keeping the Landline Relevant  Wailin Wong  2008-08-26 14:37:40
Keeping it relevant  technomo  2008-08-26 23:41:47
Re: Intel Steers Aggressive Course While Apple Appears Rudderless  Rob Enderle  2008-08-25 04:44:19
Intel Steers Aggressive Course While Apple Appears Rudderless  REunson  2008-08-25 22:33:03
Enderle = apple hater  Olternaut  2008-08-25 13:10:51
Most People know . . .  davidb1  2008-08-25 14:22:17
Do or Die iPhone Problems?  drpalmer  2008-08-25 09:10:42
Re: Who Deserves the Tech Vote?  Sonia Arrison  2008-08-22 05:56:18
Misconception about personnel availability  Gryyphyn  2008-08-23 09:39:00
Reveal your sources  The_Truth  2008-08-22 12:38:10
Missed the point perhaps  Gryyphyn  2008-08-23 09:46:58
Re: A Voice for Tech: Carly Fiorina's Political Ambitions  Vivian Wagner  2008-08-13 13:09:40
Carly Fiorina  mitchr  2008-08-18 10:25:53
Carly Fiorina  seagrove  2008-08-15 13:32:46
Re: Renegade Sysadmin Gives Up Secret Passwords to SF Mayor  Renay San Miguel  2008-07-24 03:15:07
DTIS Disaster Recovery website  Permission  2008-08-16 11:42:20
Misleading  Permission  2008-08-07 12:44:07
Misleading  Permission  2008-08-07 12:31:27
Not frozen.  Permission  2008-08-07 12:23:46
Misleading  Permission  2008-08-07 12:23:19
Re: The Olympics, Part 2: Gold-Medal Network Performance  Andrew K. Burger  2008-08-16 08:13:17
Grand and Glorious as seen by anyone on a Mac PowerPC?  farmerbob  2008-08-16 08:31:34
Re: Study: Mature-Rated Games Worry Parents More Than Beer, Porn  Walaika Haskins  2008-08-13 14:24:37
Its not the Game industries fault  grendle  2008-08-14 09:28:21
Stupid Parents  imotionsrt4  2008-08-14 05:59:50
GTA IV  Biothrawn  2008-08-13 14:37:50
Re: You Call That Broadband? Group Decries Plodding Pace of US Net Speed  Walaika Haskins  2008-08-14 04:35:12
Satisfaction?  kill_switch  2008-08-14 08:39:49
Re: Facebook Stands Atop Social Networking World  Renay San Miguel  2008-08-13 15:07:21
Frankly, I don't understand why.  Vierotchka  2008-08-13 15:17:26
Ok Genius  noone2008  2008-08-14 01:19:53
Re: Beijing Olympics' Gold-Medal Effort at Manipulating Reality  Renay San Miguel  2008-08-11 15:20:21
Everything is an illusion...  bpmmx  2008-08-12 12:22:56
Re: Catching the Micro-Blogging Itch, Corporate-Style  Kimberly Hill  2008-08-11 06:47:30
KnowledgeBoard and Twitter  KBoard  2008-08-11 07:01:37
More thoughts on Microsizing Content  marksilva  2008-08-11 22:47:45

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