Get Away With It? Wittingly or unwittingly the Justice Department revealed the existence of a sealed indictment of Assange in a pleading it filed in a related case in the Eastern District of Virginia. While others will talk about the horrendous Constitutional implications of an indictment for publishing truthful information—to wit, the emails of Hillary Clinton, the DNC, and John Podesta—and the implications are truly catastrophic to the very survival of the First Amendment. The psychology of systemic consensus Alasdair Macleod We are all too familiar with established views rejecting change.
Customer acceptance is a problem, as is the cost of the equipment, but they believe all stores will eventually use such a system. The equipment is provided by Biometric Access Corp.
NewsMax - David M. It includes data giants like Acxiom and Abacus. These companies track the purchasing habits of at least 90 percent of America's million households.
The Federal Trade Commission is trying to figure out what information they have and who has the Alan greenspan the dictator of economic of using the secret information.
Having these devices will enable the tracking of product from manufacturing to recycling, and will help solve the mystery of stolen merchandise. The ultimate goal is to put a radio tag on virtually every manufactured item, each tracked by a network of millions of readers in factories, trucks, warehouses and homes, transforming huge supply chains into intelligent, self-managing entities.
This won't happen overnight, because the cost of the chips must come down to the one cent range before it will be considered practical. Awards were presented Thursday, February 22, as part of the four-day event running from February at the Jacob K.
The winners were judged by a panel of writers and editors from Internet World magazine and InternetWorld. The judges placed priority on a product's ability to work with existing standards and the degree to which it contributes to the development of future Internet products and services.
Yahoo Story no longer online See previous stories about Digital Angel. Some observers are very enthusiastic about the program since it "makes stealable lunch money, lose-able swipe cards and the stigma of being known as the free-lunch kid things of the past.
When the account runs low, a letter goes out to the parents. Others are concerned about privacy.
Wide-spread adoption of such a program would mean that all children, and eventually all people will have their fingerprints on file. This illustrates the reasons people will accept a permanent form of identification.
It also illustrates that fingerprints alone, or other biometric scan, such as Iris scan, could be sufficient, since the controlling computer system could then call up the relevant information about the person.
If an implanted device is also used, it could be simple or complex, providing a cross-check in case the scanner fails. Story no longer online Digital Angel unveiled Nov. Present applications are obvious for people with medical problems, and keeping track of pets is another possible use.
In the future the device will provide ID for electronic transactions, such as credit card and internet purchases.
See previous stories about Digital Angel. Fox Story no longer online Germans can hire satellite tag to mind the children Aug.
Parents will be able to tell almost exactly where a child is, and will be alerted by a telephone call if the youngster strays beyond the limits of predefined areas fed into a computer. The telephone call comes within 15 seconds after the child has crossed the boundary. These boundaries can be reprogrammed as necessary.
Relaying a steady stream of data on the location and health of its host to ground stations using the Global Positioning System GPSthe dime-sized chip is intended to be worn externally, such as on a wristwatch or implanted under the skin.
Applied Digital Solutions Story no longer online Microchip advances pave way for anywhere, anyhow links July 12, - "Technology Forecast," a report from consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, indicates that computing devices will continue to shrink, soon heralding the end of the personal computer era and ushering in the age of "pervasive computing" - invisible computers in almost everything.
Transistors are shrinking so much that every 18 to 24 months, the number that can be squeezed on to a semiconductor doubles.Dec 01, · Alan Greenspan did not try to pop the housing bubble, and thank goodness. Sebastian Mallaby, and by the prominent economic historian Niall Ferguson.
The Federal Reserve: Man in the dock. Almost anywhere you look these days, the economic news is heartening. The United States has rock-bottom unemployment and above-normal growth.
China has tamed its crazy trade surplus and is. In macroeconomics courses in the s and early s, some economists argued that one of the U.S. political parties was willing to have higher unemployment in order to achieve lower inflation and that the other major political party was willing to have higher inflation in order to achieve lower unemployment.
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Alan Greenspan has transformed his role from a dictator of Economic Advisors to a participative leader of the Federal Reserve. Integrity, transformational leadership, and CII .