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Social media outlets now connect billions of people around the globe on a constant basis. Facebook, by headcount, has become the largest nation on the planet, with approximately two billion users. A tremendous number of these users communicate with o (More)
Corporate America and companies around the globe are spending vast amounts of money trying to keep up with all sorts of threats in this new digital age. So, how are companies really doing? Unfortunately, not so well. Indeed, according to PwC's 201 (More)
Eric J. Sinrod wrote: We Need Internet Stop Signs
Has our ability to stay present in the real world largely been destroyed by the internet? If so, how has that happened? If we erected internet "stop signs" would we be better off? While we were saturated with different sources of information, news (More)
Getting to and from work can be a time-consuming, irritating and productivity-sucking endeavor. Indeed, time wasted in the car certainly could be used for more enjoyable and productive activities than countless annual hours behind the wheel. Where ru (More)
Eric J. Sinrod wrote: Protection of Climate Change Data
The vast majority of scientists who have studied the issue have concluded that global warming is happening and that such warming has been caused to a large extent by humans. For that reason, not long ago, many countries signed onto the Paris Agre (More)
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) generally grants broad immunity to Internet Service Providers (ISPs) with respect to third-party content posted on the ISP sites. The legislative history behind CDA Section 230 makes plain that Cong (More)
Eric J. Sinrod wrote: The Coming Tech Year
We made it through 2016. So, what's in store in 2017 when it comes to hot tech issues? There are many hot issues, such as big data, intellectual property disputes, the sharing economy, and drones. But this blog covers the three potential biggest (More)
The internet is just "there" for us and our many online needs. But how often do you think about what it takes to power cyberspace? Well, consider this: Google alone consumes practically the same amount of electricity each year as does the enti (More)
Once upon a time, at the turn of this century, when the commercial internet starting becoming a reality, we had the first opportunity to purchase holiday gifts online. This seemed like a big experiment. Would our orders really get fulfilled? Wo (More)
Eric J. Sinrod wrote: Thankful for Technology
At times, it can seem like technology is bringing us down ... We frequently hear about: cyberbullying of teens; online intellectual property infringement; various forms of identity theft, hacking, privacy and security violations, and cyber cri (More)