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Net Neutrality and Privacy

A number of my friends have asked what I thought of the White House undoing the FCC rules to protect consumer privacy. The concern is taking off the shackles will increase profits, but may not make the world a better

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Internet voting on trial: Problem or Panacea for Democracy?

The 23rd Annual Genesys Partners Venture Dinner and Forum — Genesys XXIII– was held Tuesday night at the Union League Club in New York.  The event was attended by approximately 100 invited venture capitalists, investors, journalists, entrepreneurs, and industry executives.

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Hacker and Hacking or Hacked?

Quest Diagnostics announced in November its patient portal was hacked. The hit exposed the personal information of 34,000 people. Laboratory results from blood tests were included. Quest joins the list of Sony, Anthem Blue Cross, the Democratic National Committee, and many others

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Where Were You When…?

Most of us remember vividly where we were on September 11, 2001. In my case, I was in Danbury, Connecticut in the board room at Bristol Technology meeting with their CEO, Keith Blackwell. Remember where you were when you first

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