Senior Executive Editor, Center For Digital Government
No GPS Tracking Without a Warrant, Rules Court
May 12, 2009 - A county court allowed, as evidence, GPS readings which showed the defendant drove slowly across the parking lot of a store on the evening it was burglarized.
Truants Wear Ankle Bracelets, Smart Appliances: GT News Wrap
May 11, 2009 - Health cost comparisons, thermal imagers for airport, online tracking of public records requests.
EU Wants Changes in Internet Governance
May 11, 2009 - All those affected by ICANN decisions should have recourse to an international tribunal.
Stimulus News: Broadband, iPhone Grant Finder, Libraries
May 06, 2009 - Free iPhone application to search for Arkansas ARRA-funded projects.
Minnesota Representative Counters Move to Block Gambling Web Sites
May 05, 2009 - "Demanding that a private-sector Internet service provider block access to Web sites is not a proper function of our state government."
Feds Sign More Agreements With Social Networking Sites
May 04, 2009 - Other federal agencies can now choose to sign the same agreement if it meets their needs because it resolves the legal concerns for federal agencies.
Minnesota Sends List of Blacklisted Gambling Sites to ISPs, Telcos
May 03, 2009 - Invoking a law written before the Internet became widely accessible that pertains to common carriers -- such as the use of a telephone to call a bookie and place a bet.
911, Hybrid Police Cars, Health IT: GT's Weekly News Wrap
May 01, 2009 - A backhoe, stolen from a construction site, was tracked to the bow of a ship headed for South America.
Google Expands Flu Tracking to Mexico
May 01, 2009 - Overall flu incidence is lower than in many past years.
XBRL Ends Spreadsheet Hell
May 01, 2009 - "The goals were timely and accurate data, stronger internal controls, reduced costs, a standardized system of seamless data exchange, business processes and data elements. XBRL met all of those goals."
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