Speech and Life: thoughts on security in the Internet age

reading: the Hill The recent terror attacks in London are disturbing and dreadful crimes. But hearing that British PM Theresa May feels that there appropriate response is greater regulation of the Internet makes me worry about where this well-meaning concern (or misplaced hysteria) will lead us. This past semester I read Lawrence Lessig's Code 2.0, … Continue reading Speech and Life: thoughts on security in the Internet age

Is 80% “good enough”? Thoughts on Internet Penetration is Franklin County

Yesterday in the car, driving along Route 47, my friend said, "Wow, Sunderland really is just a lot of land." As a student at a large state university, it is strange to think about my current home as being "rural". Nevertheless, that is exactly what it is, don't let the pizza place or the laundromat … Continue reading Is 80% “good enough”? Thoughts on Internet Penetration is Franklin County