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Corporate Surveillance 3

Corporate Surveillance 3 - News Track on Theory and...

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News Track 10 April 2006/Vol. 49, No. 4 COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM Send items of interest to [email protected] on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program, providing resources to computationally intensive research projects in the national interest. For the first time in INCITE’s three-year history, proposals from private-sector researchers were encouraged. In return, much of the resulting knowledge will be made public. Among the companies receiving awards are Boeing, DreamWorks Animation, Gen- eral Atomics Co., Tech-X Corp., and Pratt & Whitney. Academic and research institutions to receive computing time include Caltech, Harvard, Howard Hughes Medical Center, the University of Strathclyde, and the University of California, Berkeley. T HE B OSS I S W ATCHING An increasing number of British businesses are using mobile-phone tracking technology to moni- tor their employees, company cars, and equipment. Reuters reports that business is booming for firms offering tracking services in the U.K., where corporate surveillance in the
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