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IEEE IoT Initiative Launches “IoT Scenarios” Contributor Program to Explore Real World Applications and Foster IoT Architecture Development

Interactive platform allows users to engage with use cases, service descriptions, business models, and reference implementations key to developing a vibrant IoT industry. IEEE, the world’s largest professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, announced today that the Future … Continue lendo

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The Internet Must Be Bigger Than Facebook | David Weinberger | The Atlantic

It is not enough for the Internet to succeed. It must succeed inevitably. Or so many of us Internet Triumphalists in the mid-1990s thought. For, if the march of the Internet’s new values were not unstoppable, then it would surely … Continue lendo

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A Simple Explanation Of ‘The Internet Of Things’ via @forbes

The “Internet of things” (IoT) is becoming an increasingly growing topic of conversation both in the workplace and outside of it. It’s a concept that not only has the potential to impact how we live but also how we work. … Continue lendo

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Time Spent Reading Stories Now a Facebook Algorithm Signal

Facebook announced it has added a new ranking factor to its News Feed algorithm. In addition to likes, comments, and shares — Facebook will now take into account the time people spend with a piece of content. Sourced through Scoop.it … Continue lendo

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Google testing the waters in Cuba | Nancy Scola | POLITICO.com

A Google executive is headed to Cuba this weekend to explore bringing better Internet access to the island, and the search giant has made a related proposal to the Cuban government, according to a State Department official. It’s the latest … Continue lendo

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Net neutrality takes effect Friday; ISPs scramble to avoid complaints | Jon Brodkin | Ars Technica

The Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules take effect Friday this week, and they’ve already had a noticeable impact on the behavior of Internet service providers. The FCC passed the rules on February 26, but they didn’t get published in … Continue lendo

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The World’s Email Encryption Software Relies on One Guy, Who is Going Broke | Julia Angwin | NetworkWorld.com

The man who built the free email encryption software used by whistleblower Edward Snowden, as well as hundreds of thousands of journalists, dissidents and security-minded people around the world, is running out of money to keep his project alive. Werner … Continue lendo

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Time Again to Point Out that Title II is Not Net Neutrality, and that Net Neutrality is not Utility | John Bergmayer | Public Knowledge

Title II is not net neutrality. This post is doing something that well-trained advocates know is often inadvisable: highlighting your opponents’ arguments in order to rebut them. This exercise can give those arguments more visibility and credence than they merit. … Continue lendo

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The revolution will NOT be in Open Data | Open Knowledge Foundation Blog

A common narrative in many “open” development projects goes along the lines of “provide access to data/information –> some magic occurs –> we see positive change.” In essence, because of the newness of this field, we only know what we … Continue lendo

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#GabineteAberto – Iniciativas de governo aberto para as Mulheres, em São Paulo

O #GabineteAberto é um programa semanal, transmitido pela internet e pela Rede SP Saudável, em que secretárias e secretários da gestão Haddad são convidados a apresentar e debater com… Source: www.youtube.com See on Scoop.it – Dados abertos

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