What could a library do with a gigabit broadband
connection? What kinds of services could they do that they can’t
without that big of a connection? Thinking way away from the typical
services libraries offer now, what are some really big ideas that
would need that much connectivity? These services could happen outside
the library walls, in relationship to other community organizations
and/or government agencies… How would a library hooked up to a gig
benefit its community?
A study by the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration found that half of American Internet users are “deterred” from engaging in online transactions because of fears over privacy and security breaches.
FBI Director James Comey told reporters that “viral video effect” (which is his latest term for what used to be called the “Ferguson effect”) is responsible for increased violent crime in some US cities, in that police are scared to do their jobs because they might end up on Youtube in an unflattering video.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has made a sea-change: now, in addition to making open web standards that anyone can implement, they’re creating a video DRM standard designed to prevent people from implementing it unless they have permission from the big movie and TV companies, by invoking the notorious Digital Millennium Copyright Act and […]
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