Net Neutrality and User Privacy – II.

The world has seen a massive change in the last few months. Surprising political and economic movements aside, the world of technology has seen a drastic change. However, one entity has remained unaffected by the constant flux of change, the internet and its users’ need for net neutrality and user privacy. 

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Net Neutrality and User Privacy – I.

Internet Connected Devices

The world has seen massive changes in the last few months. Surprising political and economic movements aside, technology has changed drastically. However, one entity has remained unaffected by the constant flux of change, the internet and its users’ need for net neutrality and privacy. 

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Quantum Computing – Leaps and Bounds Ahead

Computers and microprocessors have become ubiquitous over the past decade. Your smart phone, your television set and possibly even your coffee maker has some form of computing chip inside of it allowing it to carry out its functions. Computing power has increased exponentially over the past few decades. Moore’s Law, which states that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits will double every 18 months, has been true for the last few decades. However, computer technology has advanced so rapidly in the past couple of years that transistors are rapidly the theoretical limit, the size of atoms. Scientists are trying to circumvent this issue through something known as ‘Quantum Computing’.

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