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Entertainment businesses say digital rights management prevents the theft of their products, but access control technologies have been a uniform failure when it comes to preventing piracy. Fortunately, change is on the way.
Last month (May 2009, p. 112) we posed a trio of brain teasers, including one as yet unsolved, concerning relationships among numbers.
High bandwidth, low latency, and multihoming challenge the sockets API.
New drive technologies and increased capacities create new categories of failure modes that will influence system designs.
If we are not careful, our fascination with "computational thinking" may lead us back into the trap we are trying to escape.
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