Once looked at as something straight out of “The Matrix,” Virtual Reality is starting to become part of our every day lives, and it’s going to change the way we shop for cars. Automakers are investing in Virtual Reality technology to prepare for a shift in how consumers research their next vehicle. The ability to virtually sit inside a car, walk around its exterior, and get an understanding of how large a vehicle is will soon come to your local showroom and even your living room.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to steal from you. Oh, he doesn’t call it that. He calls it “civil forfeiture.” But what it is, is theft by law enforcement. Sessions should be ashamed. If I were president, he’d be fired
The authors believe that these problems can be overcome by a concept of co-ownership, whereby the overlapping levels of ownership are recognized, as are the various ways in which data is stored and analyzed, and indeed generated. The concept is appealing because it emphasizes the cooperative nature of data stewardship, that no individual’s data is really an island, with a wide range of stakeholders involved in the collection, analysis and general management of it.