Human nature meets Technology

Rockwell, Mark
December 2003
Wireless Week;12/15/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 25, p4
Trade Publication
Comments on the efforts of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to regulate the use of wireless technology. Laws imposed by local governments that prohibit the use of cellular phones while driving a car. Bill signed by U.S. President George W. Bush that limits spam e-mail; Role of human nature in making technologies threatening.


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