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March 11, 2008 by

New camera detects objects under clothes

Everyone's excited about the new British camera that can image objects hidden under clothes. The T5000 camera, created by ThruVision, uses "passive imaging technology" to identify objects by the natural electromagnetic rays they emit, Reuters says.

July 20, 2007 by

Lawgarithms Links for 7/20/07

Now that I'm smitten with keeping a link blog, I'll endeavor once a week or so to cull through it for things I think might be of particular interest to Lawgarithms readers. So, here we go.

June 25, 2007 by

News to know: Google Apps; iPhone Watch; Golden Rules

Notable headlines:Danah Boyd: Viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpaceTechMeme coverageDavid Berlind: Google improves ‘Apps’, offers organizations clear path off Exchange, Notes, etc. to GMailiPhone WatchDan Farber: Steve Jobs goes 'all in' with the iPhone Bloomberg: iPhone Euphoria May Lead to Investor DisappointmentAdrian Kingsley-Hughes: iPhone - The bets are on!

February 15, 2006 by

Arguing about arguing about China

People are knocking Congress for calling search vendors to account for aiding Chinese censorship. Laws coming out of the hearings could be a disaster, but the conversation is essential.

January 31, 2006 by

Google: New channel for Microsoft's DRM?

Reuters on ZDNN: Internet giant Google is in talks with digital music service Napster over an "extensive alliance" that could include an "outright acquisition," according to a Tuesday report in the New York Post, citing anonymous sources....Google has been in discussions with Napster to offer a digital music service, rather than start one on its own, the Post reported.

February 5, 2006 by

NSA Eavesdropping: Deep inefficiency

The NSA is admitting that most calls monitored by the warrant-less eavesdropping program are finding no terrorists on the line. The Bush Administration is casting its net so widely that it is wasting intelligence resources.

January 30, 2006 by


Reports that Google and Microsoft will not attend hearings into censorship by U.S. companies operating in China only make the companies look worse.

December 29, 2005 by

One more time Part II

Tom Foremski replies in comments to my suggestion that he snuck behind a click wall (aka partial text feed) the other day: News Discussion: One more time TalkBack  1 of 1:     Thanks for the mention Steve :-) It's an old trick to bring *attention* but I'm a newbie, so you got me-won't be doing that again.

November 7, 2005 by

Are the N.Y. County politicians crazy?

I was absolutely floored when I read this story about Westchester County in New York outlawing any Wi-Fi network that doesn't have some kind of "server to fend off Internet attacks."  I'm no legal expert, but I do know a technical fiasco when I see one and this would qualify as a fiasco on a monumental scale.

September 15, 2005 by

Overseas--the big tech payoff

<img src="/i/zdnn/cm/2003/08/082203mkanellos_ms.jpg border="0" align="left"><b><i>Commentary--</i></b>Tim Draper is one venture captilist who isn't afraid to invest overseas--and his strategy is paying off big time.


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