A nation of journalists

Greenwood, Alex
January 2005
New Statesman;1/1/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4720, p64
Focuses on technologies likely to thrive in the future. Unlikeliness that surveillance technology will lead government agencies to track people due to the difficulty of keeping databases up to date, as seen in any other government agency; Belief that mobile phones will become personal mobile interfaces that will be highly personalized.


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