CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Tech Industry

Balancing law with tech and privacy

Legal issues collide with privacy, intellectual property, innovation, and technology at the Legal Futures Conference at Stanford University. • Why we should care about the spectrum debate • The future of professional content, ad infinitum

Legal issues collide with privacy, intellectual property, innovation, and technology at the Legal Futures Conference at Stanford University.

Why we should care about the spectrum debate

The debate of who should manage the wireless spectrum and whether it should be open is key to the future of mobile and personal computing, experts say.
(Posted in NewsBlog by Elinor Mills)
March 8, 2008 2:22 PM PST

The future of professional content, ad infinitum

It was another knock-down, drag-out fight--this time at Stanford. But there are more urgent issues in a debate that still doesn't have answers.
(Posted in Coop's Corner by Charles Cooper)
March 8, 2008 12:24 PM PST

To be anonymous or not to be, that is the privacy question

Privacy experts debate merits of surveillance society at Stanford legal conference.
(Posted in NewsBlog by Elinor Mills)
March 8, 2008 12:07 PM PST

Schwartz, Mulcahy: When will Uncle Sam get a clue on H-1Bs?

The two CEOs use the occasion of a joint appearance to call for letting more non-U.S.-born-computer engineers into the country.
(Posted in Coop's Corner by Charles Cooper)
March 7, 2008 2:09 PM PST

Nobel winner: Nuke power must be part of the equation

Detailing a gloomy look at global climate changes, Steven Chu says that fears of radiation aren't convincing.
(Posted in Coop's Corner by Charles Cooper)
March 7, 2008 11:01 AM PST