We’re not quite The Jetsons yet, and robots don’t seem to be making good on their plans for world domination. But computers and the Internet are playing a growing role in our lives.
Companies go to great lengths to protect their intellectual property from competitors, but one of the biggest threats to their assets may be from their own employees.
Two weeks ago we experienced a moment of Internet history. On Jan. 18, dubbed “Blackout Day,” Internet giants such as Google, Reddit and Wikipedia acted in protest in an attempt to show how overreaching the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) are by censoring themselves...