It would be good if whenever a client connected to an http server, or indeed any app connected with a central server, the server responded with a corresponding acknowledgment of data, along the lines of “Before we begin our session this morning, I would like to acknowledge the traditional owner of the data which is being transferred, and respect rights to privacy, identity, location, attention and personhood.”
Tag: digital divide
500 Years Later: Doors and Disputations
By Christine Perakslis on May 12th, 2018 in Human Impacts, Last Word, Magazine Articles, Social Implications of Technology, Societal Impact
Our authors nail rich scholarship to our portal, thus inviting healthy disputation. In this issue, we considered the value of a mesh of connective vehicles used to overcome the digital divide.
Social and Economic Sustainability
By ieeessit on June 29th, 2017 in Editorial & Opinion, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact
Back in 1997, Katina would use International Telecommunications Union (ITU) estimates of incoming and outgoing voice and data tele-traffic tables… Read More