From Silicon Valley’s bench to a seat at the table at Facebook, U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal surprised many. Judge Grewal handled several high profile intellectual property cases between technology giants, including the Apple-Samsung patent battle and the copyright clash between Google and Oracle. But some attorneys say one of his most interesting opinions took place in a galaxy far, far away.
In this interesting new video, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella discusses the 4th Industrial Revolution, driven by data and the insights and intelligence that can be derived from it.
I was glad to see him focus on the importance of thinking about the enduring principles of privacy, security, and compliance at the outset of product and process development.
You can access the video here. It’s well worth the 15 minute investment.
by Susan Etlinger
Friday afternoon, Buzzfeed published an article claiming that Twitter plans to introduce an algorithmic timeline as soon as this week, prompting such brouhaha that the hashtag #RIPTwitter trended throughout much of the weekend. Enraged users argued that it would bury small accounts and new users, favor brand over user content, be antithetical to the freedom and transparency of Twitter itself and, ultimately, make Twitter effectively indistinguishable from Facebook. Zeynep Tufekci, Assistant Professor at UNC School of Information And Library Science, put it this way: