Yahoo has snapped up the team behind concert live streaming platform Evntlive.
The FTC is taking a close look at the internet of things, but how it should regulate the potential for security breaches, consumer privacy and transparency around personal data is still a mystery.
As the Federal TradeCommission looks into privacy and data sharing rules for the internet of things, Google’s chief internet evangelist Vint Cerf will keynote the workshop.
PRISM disclosures have prompted demand for more data encryption in the cloud. Google has apparently heard the call.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, internet visionary Vint Cerf and others met with President Obama behind closed doors Thursday. No one’s talking, but we can bet one topic was PRISM and its negative impact on U.S. cloud businesses.
Vint Cerf, one of the “fathers” of the internet and a current Googler, reckons it is impossible to ensure people’s online privacy through technological means. But is it really?
Vint Cerf is the father of the internet, so its worth listening to what he thinks the next generation of networking might enable. For him software-defined networking might fix some design flaws.
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Vint Cerf is one of the fathers of the Internet, but he argues that Internet access shouldn’t be seen as a fundamental human right — simply as a tool that enables other rights. But is this true? And what are the implications if he’s wrong?
Over the last couple of years, as the newspaper business has become ever more desperate, a slew of high-profile media figures have volunteer…