Tags: Internet

#iiwxx Indie Web Camp

Ideas behind this session are at Indie Web Camp. Kevin introduced, explained webmention, a simple way to notify any URL when you link to it on your site. Includes two parameters: source and destination. It’s how he collects his tweets on his home page, also using Bridgy to implement the backfeed from Twitter to Kevin’s […]

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pii2014: Reaching the Connected Consumer: Mobile Advertising and Privacy

Moderator: Larry Magid, Technology Analyst, CBS News Alan Chapell, President, Chapell & Associates Saira Nayak, Chief Privacy Officer, Tune Alison Pepper, Senior Director of Public Policy, IAB Introductions. Larry: a true story: I was having dinner with friends, flight next morning. Giant Nexus lit up and gave him the information he was just talking about. […]

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pii2014: Trust and the Evolution of Security

Moderator: Kim Zetter, Senior Reporter, WIRED Mark Risher, Head of Product Management for Google Spam and Abuse, Google Justin Somaini, Chief Trust Officer, Box Bob West, (someone), Chief Trust Officer, CipherCloud [note: speakers were introduced but not identified, so I didn’t know who was who.] Kim: we’re entering the era of big box breaches. Why […]

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pii2014: Smart, Fast and Connected: How the Internet of Things is Disrupting Data Collection

Moderator: Mary Ludloff, Co-founder and VP, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data Nandini Jolly, CEO, CryptoMill Technologies John Kincaide, Policy Attorney, Intel Plamen Nedeltchev, Distinguished Engineer Cisco IT, Cisco Systems Mary: Internet of Things is quite a popular topic here. It’s now responsible for expanding the digital universe by double. What are you seeing […]

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Setting Expectations

The producers of the H+ series talk about and give context to their work: Technology changes fast. Facebook was just starting to gain ground, and there was no iPhone when they started this series. What would happen today if Facebook just shut down–for days, weeks, or permanently? What if our cell phones no longer worked? […]

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