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July 30, 2013 Could good jobs be a feature of a passing age?

Salaried employment is a means.
The end is to put good money into the hands of all.
Time to consider how real privacy can contribute?
Three Men, Three Ages. Who Do You Like?
by Michael Winerip
(New York Times) - July 23, 2013
President Says Income Gap Is Fraying U.S. Social Fabric.
by Jackie Calmes and Michael D. Shear
(New York Times) - July 28, 2013
July 23, 2013 What's in a name? Misleading mirrored meanings!

Spies pilfer data at US universities. War.
Google piles up user data. Peace.
Do public bodies deserve more privacy than private citizens?
Universities face a rising barrage of cyberattacks,
by Richard Pérez-Peña
(New York Times) - July 17, 2013
July 16, 2013 Should trust on this earth be based on heavenly promises?

SocGen had Kerviel, MF Global O'Brien, the NSA Snowden.
Employees in sensitive positions are ticking bombs.
Google has only angels. Right?
Jérôme Kerviel loses plea for fresh inquiry into SocGen sacking
by Michael Stothard
(Financial Times) - July 5, 2013
Boss's Remark, Employee's Deed and Moral Quandary
by James B. Stewart
(New York Times) - July 6, 2013
Snowden revelations stir up anti-American sentiment
by Geoff Dyer
(Financial Times) - July 14, 2013
July 9, 2013 Successful criminals do not break laws. They exploit them.

Tip a New York garbage man $5. Corruption!
A US Senator campaign $5M. Freedom!
Profit on insider trading. Jail! On our private data. Google!
The wrong type of tip for trashmen
by Gary Silverman
(Financial Times) - June 28, 2013
Venture, and Frienship, Sour After Insider Conviction
by Anita Raghavan
(New York Times) - June 28, 2013
S.E.C. Begins an Inquiry Of Thomson Reuters Data
by Peter Latman and Nathaniel Popper
(New York Times) - June 28, 2013
July 2, 2013 Let the right to be forgotten start with private data

Erasing public memory for private gain would be wrong.
Storing private data for public sale is not right.
Google is half-right on privacy.
Fact Finder to European Court Backs Google in a Spanish Privacy Battle
by Kevin O'Brien
(New York Times) - June 26, 2013
Google gets boost in EU court privacy case
by James Fontanella-Kahn
(Financial Times) - June 26, 2013
Quest for Pools of Data Binds Silicon Valley and Spy Agency
by James Risen and Nick Wingfield
(New York Times) - June 20, 2013
June 25, 2013 To appraise value, forget street prices, focus on power plays

Age, gender, location go for $0.0005 a person,
song tracks for free. Music piracy ruins the economy.
Data privacy is worthless. Logical!
For sale: age, gender and location information at $0.0005 per person
by Emilie Steel
(Financial Times) - June 13, 2013
Date brokers compile lists to map your life before you reach the cradle
by Emilie Steel
(Financial Times) - June 13, 2013
June 18, 2013 What does worldwide snooping by the US tell us?

Google gives the US address books, Facebook social webs.
Not our data! Perhaps. Lesson?
Our metadata has value, routinely robbed by all.
Backlash over US snooping intensifies
by Geoff Dyer
(Financial Times) - June 10, 2013
Secret Ruling Put Tech Firm In Data Bind
by Claire Cain Miller
(New York Times) - June 14, 2013
June 11, 2013 Is Google the General Electric of the Information Age?

Google the new GE? In a mirror John Gapper!
GE helps us consume third parties' electricity.
Google helps third parties consume our data.
Google is the General Electric of the 21st century
by John Gapper
(Financial Times) - June 6, 2013
June 4, 2013 Beware the devices which work even when turned off

Convicts, the demented wear devices they cannot turn off.
Smartphones never stop to sense and report.
Unconvinced by privacy? Fool you are.
Google's 'hero' to take fight to Apple
by Richard Waters
(Financial Times) - May 31, 2013
The new number crunchers
by Emma Jacob
(Financial Times) - May 31, 2013
May 21, 2013 For visionaries, Apple and Ireland are more a solution than a problem

Ireland gives Apple intellectual property high protection, low tax.
To power the Information Age,
extend to our data and recommendations.
Apple 'We pay all the taxes we owe, every dollar'
by James Politi
(Financial Times) - May 22, 2013
Big Data Is Watching You
by Ellen Ullman
(New York Times) - May 19, 2013
The Too-Smart City
by Courtney Humphries
(Boston Globe) - May 19, 2013
May 28, 2013 As companies feast on data, shouldn't such food be deemed addictive?

Bloomberg with banks, IMS with doctors, Google with all of us
gather and prosper.
Trust data addicts? Do doctors let addicts self prescribe?
Bloomberg finds that sorry is the hardest word
by Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson
(Financial Times) - May 14, 2013
A Database on Doctors Now Guides Drug Company Pitches
by Katie Thomas
(New York Times) - May 17, 2013
Google Escalates the Competition in Map Services
by Claire Cain Miller
(New York Times) - May 16, 2013
May 14, 2013 Do not forget to subject interfaces to a risk analysis

Man-machine interfaces getting ever more intimate,
ask yourself who really controls the data flow.
Are Google Glass but better blinders?
No Words, No Gestures, Just Your Brain as the Control Pad
by Nick Bilton
(New York Times) - April 29, 2013
Google Glass Picks Up Early Signal: Keep Out
by David Streitfeld
(New York Times) - May 7, 2013
May 7, 2013 Education alone is not the answer

Thomas Friedman, in a flat world the US are no Lake Wobegon!
In 100 years, how will those below average earn money?
Education is not enough.
It's a 401(k) World,
by Thomas Friedman
(New York Times) - May 1, 2013
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