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Tech’ news in brief…

Hollywood seeks iTunes for film:

“At the Digital Hollywood conference–a three-day event that began Wednesday–media executives including Arrieta ruminated on ongoing hurdles to giving consumers access to unlimited films, TV shows and multimedia on a range of devices, anywhere at anytime.

They agreed that issues surrounding digital rights management, consumer adoption, and simple and compatible consumer electronics remained bottlenecks in the industry.” Read more…

Privacy ‘Dark Ages’ force activist rethink:

“If ‘logic and common sense’ fail to shift public policy then ‘well placed’ technicians might be prepared to sabotage invasive projects, Davies predicted. He said government moves to systematically profile and monitor its citizens have inflamed techies – even though the public at large remain indifferent. Government surveillance efforts predate the 9/11 terrorist attacks and include many projects (such as Britain’s ID card scheme) of questionable utility…” Read more…

By Wayne Smallman

Wayne is the man behind the Blah, Blah! Technology website, and the creator of the Under Cloud, a digital research assistant for journalists and academics.

1 reply on “Tech’ news in brief…”

international consumer electronics ?

Many sites, many blogs ….pff hard to find accurate info
Sometimes, i am lost with the Net.
How can i find correct info on international consumer electronics ?!

i am on this blog looking for infos on electronics, i was on international consumer electronics before .
Where will i be next ?
I spent half of the day looking for information.

Sorry Wayne Smallman , it is a bad day today for me


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