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This one's been in the works for some time now, but the White House has just today officially unveiled its plans for a national secure internet ID program -- or as it has dubbed it, the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC). As expected, that will be entirely voluntary and

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April 15, 2011 at 5:06PM
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William Gibson, primary philosopher and poet laureate of cyberspace, had an op-ed published in The New York Times recently, where he writes of a force almost beyond comprehension, \"a central and evolving structural unit not only of the architecture of cyberspace, but of the world.\" This is artifici

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The U.S. Air Force already made a sizable push in November of last year by establishing a new cyberspace operations division with no less than 27,000 officers, and it looks like it's now further bolstered their ranks by promoting some 3,000 communications officers to the rank of \"cyberspace officer

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Okay, so first things first -- we all know the world's on track to end in 2012, so it's not like this really matters. But if, just if it manages to survive (à la Y2K), you can pretty much bank on a mass reversal of culture as we all push aside our netbooks and return to the playground. Accor

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