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What 2013 Teaches Employers For 2014 & Beyond

by Forbes
By Gene Connors and Amanda Haverstick 2013 left employees as the overall victors on the employment law battlefield, by arming them with a host of new statutory rights and options, primarily at the state and local level... Read more Jan 9 2014, 5:06pm CST
 

Entrepreneur Envy

Entrepreneur Envy
by Forbes
My entrepreneurial past appeared on New Year’s Eve like a ghost visiting Ebenezer Scrooge. There it was, as plain as the tuna tacos I was eating at a local hot spot, although perhaps tinted by rose-colored glasses (like... Read more Jan 7 2014, 2:46pm CST
 

LG webOS Smart TV Interface Image Leaks

LG webOS Smart TV Interface Image Leaks
by Shane McGlaun
Interface image leaks Read more Jan 2 2014, 11:30am CST
 

Protecting Your Privacy From Corporations, The Government And You

Protecting Your Privacy From Corporations, The Government And You
by Forbes
Thanks in part to Edward Snowden’s revelations of NSA snooping, privacy was a dominant theme in 2013 and will continue to be in 2014. To me, there are three major sources of risk when it comes to privacy: corporations,... Read more Dec 31 2013, 4:41pm CST
 

Israeli Startup Mines Data To Solve Global Water Crisis

Israeli Startup Mines Data To Solve Global Water Crisis
by Forbes
U.S. intelligence services agree: A major global water crisis is less than ten years away. Some time in the second decade of second millennium, countries important to the United States will start to suffer shortages and... Read more Dec 31 2013, 4:01pm CST
 

2013 -- Buck Naked on the Web

2013 -- Buck Naked on the Web
by Forbes
In 2013, as our own individual emperors, we finally comprehended that we were buck naked on the Web and on our cell phones. Not that we didn’t suspect in 2011 and 2012 that our privacy was compromised — that we were a... Read more Dec 30 2013, 4:31pm CST
 

The Biggest Privacy Stories of 2013

The Biggest Privacy Stories of 2013
by Forbes
Forget “twerking” and “selfies.” Dictionary.com dubbed “privacy” the word of the year in 2013. Here at The Not-So Private Parts, it feels a little like the unknown indie band we’ve been obsessed with for years just won... Read more Dec 23 2013, 8:26am CST
 

Justine Sacco And The Self-Inflicted Perils Of Twitter

Justine Sacco And The Self-Inflicted Perils Of Twitter
by Forbes
A few weeks ago, I had a drink with my friend Justine Sacco and we talked about what makes for a good Tweet. Justine is an easy person to like — frank, funny, quick to laugh. To a reporter, she’s the kind of flack who’s... Read more Dec 23 2013, 7:56am CST
 

Hurrah! The European Union Will Not Be Regulating Fracking For Natural Gas

by Forbes
One of the worries that we over here in Europe have had is that the European Union will decide to regulate the practice of fracking for natural gas. No, this isn’t because we believe (nor that I believe either) that... Read more Dec 22 2013, 8:31am CST
 

Internet Giants Jointly Urge Government to Reform Surveillance Policy

Internet Giants Jointly Urge Government to Reform Surveillance Policy
by Sumayah Aamir
About eight Internet giants jointly urged the US government to reform its surveillance policy. After Edward Snowden’s whistle blowing activities and the NSA/PRISM scandal, this is the least the Obama administration can... Read more Dec 9 2013, 8:35am CST
 

The Hottest Photos of Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2013

 

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