Does Your Employer Own Your LinkedIn Contacts?

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Your Mind's Civil Rights

by: Roger Dooley

WIRED ran an interesting piece that suggests increasingly invasive brain technologies will become a legal battleground. The more obvious areas have already been discussed here and elsewhere: using brain scans as lie detectors or to see if an individual recognizes someone or something (as part of a legal investigation, perhaps). That could be just the beginning, though.

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read those contracts!

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korean police stations have cyber terror units

by: Lynette Webb

Another in the series of anecdotes about how the world is changing. Along with all the positive changes wrought by technology, there’s clearly also a darker side.

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Google, Sicko, and Why Everyone is Wrong

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Coke virtual thirst - update

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Age of the New Flesh

by: C. Sven Johnson

While surfing through YouTube and discovering both legitimate and pirated concert footage, I realized that never before has a generation grown up seeing celebrity lifespans in such a vividly compressed manner.

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Chemical Liability and 'Toxic Lockouts'

by: Joel Makower

For all the attention being paid to climate change and energy issues, it's easy to forget that the corporate world faces other environmental challenges. Not the least of those is toxicity: the spiraling use of chemicals and their impact on human and environmental health.

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Prediction 4: The Advertising Backlash Grows

by: David Polinchock

As the consumer becomes more empowered, expect to see additional litigation and regulation as people strike out against advertising and its continued encroachment into every aspect of our lives.

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Counterpoint: Patents and Defensibility

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