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Tuesday, 11 May 2010 23:25

BSA continues to fight the good fight

Despite a seemingly simplistic assessments of piracy, the BSA's latest research into world-wide piracy rates shows that the Global Financial Crisis wasn't the expected opening of floodgates.

Published in Market
Friday, 23 April 2010 22:34

The Space Shuttle has a "mini-me"

Launched earlier today, the US Air Force's unmanned space vehicle is a miniature version of the Space Shuttle.  Planned to stay in orbit for up to nine months, does this herald a new stage in the militarisation of space?

Published in Space

Previously, the Lower Merion School District has insisted that they only ever spied on lost or stolen school-owned laptops.  The latest court filings show this is patently false.  School for spies, or spies for school, you decide.

Published in Technology Regulation




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