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U.S. law is disturbingly supportive of Internet censorship.
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Straight from the lab: technology's first draft.
President Charles M. Vest's report for 2001-2002 focuses on balancing security and openess in research and education.
Nicholas Negroponte says expertise is overrated. To build a nation of innovators, we should focus on youth, diversity, and collaboration.
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