Originally published: December 22, 2011
Last updated: December 23, 2011 - 3:00am
One thing we do know is that our capacities for computation and communication and control will continue to grow. The constant change in the technology industry makes it fundamentally different from the political world, say. It's never "same stuff, different year" in technology, which is why you should prepare yourself with our list of stories to be on the lookout for next year.
- Governments reach for the social media controls
- iPhone 5
- The children of Stuxnet
- The 2012 Presidential election
- Our evolving privacy expectations
- The Cloud
- Computing devices continue to follow gaming devices
- Start-ups bloom
- The Philosopher Whose Fingerprints Are All Over the FTC's New Approach to Privacy
- With Schmidt in place, who's his deputy?
- Real Cybersecurity Requires Complete Cooperation
- The Inside Story of How Facebook Responded to Tunisian Hacks
- FTC: Ceridian, Lookout Services Failed to Protect Consumers’ Personal Information
- What The Target Breach And Edward Snowden Tell Us About Network Controls
- NSA allies with Internet carriers to thwart cyber attacks against defense firms
- How Frictionless Sharing Could Undermine Your Legal Right to Privacy
- The Advertising Industry's Definition of 'Do Not Track' Doesn't Make Sense
- Lookout Secures Deal to Be Installed on AT&T Android Devices
- Lookout Inks Deal With Sprint, Launches Safe Browsing Service
- Speaker Boehner says Obama wants government to 'control the Internet'
- Why lost , stolen data has touched one billion of us
- Guess What's the Fastest-Adopted Gadget of the Last 50 Years
- Spectrum Inventory: "Same Bed, Different Dreams."