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posted in September 2004

You Sat in Seat 7F AND You Ordered the Chicken ...

9/23/2004
In the three years since 9/11, the term "data mining" has become a dirty word among privacy advocates. While much evidence points to digital invasion of privacy as a legitimate concern, I didn't think much about it until I wrote a story this week about the Transportation Security Administration's plans to test its new Secure Flight program. TSA has ordered all 77 domestic air carriers to provide passenger name reco

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Public-Sector IT Challenges in Japan, U.S. 'Identical'

9/22/2004
Japanese IT managers participating in the National Association of State CIOs conference detail their projects--and problems. They're working on E-learning, managing cell phones, outsourcing, and portals. But like their U.S. counterparts, legislative oversight can slow them down.

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Keeping EA Demons at Bay

9/22/2004
When describing the principles behind a successful state enterprise architecture, Patricia Carlson earlier this week said it should be as practical and flexible as possible and include input from not just state IT professionals but those on the federal and local level as well. Speaking on a panel at the National Association of State CIO's annual conference in New Orleans Monday, Carlson, the Wisconsin Department of Administration's c

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Patent Revolution

9/9/2004
Not since the dawn of the previous century has technology, and the need to protect inventors' ideas and techniques, had such a profound impact on business and society. Today, as it was 100 years ago, new inventions that change the way people work and live emerge at a furious pace. Likewise, today, as it was a century ago, inventors (we're more likely to call them developers now) seek to capitalize on innovative ideas and build upon other's innovative ideas.

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