Reposted with permission from EduResearcher. A quote from the Smart City Team presentation in April on the Facebook Terragraph (millimeter wave technology) rollout reveals that “deploying at scale in a city has never been done before.” This alone should lead us to … Continue reading What Will Facebook Terragraph, 5G, and Being a “Smart City” Mean for San José Residents?
One motivation is clear–the more students who take the test, the more Pearson gets paid. This explains a lot about the state’s and the company’s aggressiveness in ensuring as many students as possible take the test. The PARCC is the … Continue reading Pearson and the DOE in NJ, spying on social media of students
Corporations and Congress with members who receive big bucks to promote and protect their business interests along with corporate/military interests, tried to push through legislation that would allow a greater ability for companies to access personal information of folks on the internet and yet protect the powers that be in complete secrecy through SOPA and ACTA. You can read a post that I wrote about ACTA at Stop ACTA NOW. At first I considered going dark today on this blog as others will be doing in protest of CISPA but decided instead to post information on CISPA. This is … Continue reading CISPA: Why it’s not a good idea, at all