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The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) reentered the technology arena just one day after ruling that States can collect taxes from Internet retailers located outside State boundaries. In a win for privacy advocates, the Court ruled that cell phone location data is private and subject to Fourth Amendment protection: US Constitution, Amendment IV: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seiz
The disruption of traditional education channels is under way. Services including Udemy, Coursera, and The Great Courses leverage the Internet to deliver education and training for nominal fees. A step above are companies like GetSmarter and Emeritus that deliver on-line professional-executive level education courses endorsed by leading universities, such as MIT and Columbia. Technology makes possible virtual campuses that bring together global student bodies to study and
The Internet-of-Things, the environment emerging from billions of interconnected devices, has been growing quickly and is set to explode over the next two years. Interestingly, for most people and organizations, its emergence has been hidden in plain sight. It will not stay that way for long. The number of interconnected IoT sensors, devices, equipment and systems is estimated to reach between seventy-five and two-hundred BILLION by 2020. The implications for established b