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    • The Future Of The Internet: AND HOW TO STOP IT By James Donner
    • What Is This Book About?
      • A book by Jonathan Zittrain
        • It looks at the social and ethical issues associated with technological devices
        • As well as posing questions over who controls the internet
    • Open System
    • Closed systems
    • Tethered Appliances
      • Items in control by the manufacturer
        • Tivo box firmware updates
      • Can gain or lose functionality
        • Echostar
        • Xbox interface
      • It used to be “once a toaster, always a toaster”
        • Unable to be changed by manufacturer”
      • Now manufacturers can revise devices and increase functionality
    • Exploiting Technology
      • OnStar
      • In car service running on an audio interface
      • Used in GM vehicles throughout the USA
        • The microphone could be used to spy on you and record conversations
    • Case Study- EchoStar
      • In 1998, Tivo was introduced
      • A rival company, Echostar had infringed on their copyrights over DVR
        • Tivo were awarded $90 million
        • DVR was disabled on all Echostar boxes over the air
    • ITGS Social & Ethical Issues
    • IT Systems
      • Relates to Networks
        • The issues associated with the internet
      • Hardware
        • PCs and electronics
      • Software
        • The software inside these devices
    • Privacy & Anonymity
      • Whatever we do on the internet will be stored
        • There is no such thing as privacy
      • Youtube cases
        • Can effect us in real life
          • Japanese video “Bus Uncle”
            • Yelled at a person who told him to speak more quietly on his mobile phone
              • Victim of a targeted attack
              • Video of Bus incident viewed over 2 million times
    • Control
      • Who should have control over electrical devices?
        • Should it be the consumer or the manufacturer
      • Who should control the internet?
        • The people? (Wikipedia)
        • The government? (China)
        • Corporations?
    • Security
      • Viruses
        • Spread from PCs, Mobile phones, other open devices
      • Viruses only grow daily
        • Should we trust the manufacturer to make decisions for us?
        • Or should the manufacturer trust us to make decisions for ourselves?
    • How To Stop It
    • Some Ways we can prevent its’ future
      • Close or tighten it (Not a very good idea)
      • Virtual Machines (Red & Green)
        • Red for work, Green for play
      • Scarcity (caps on broadband)
        • People will browse less recklessly
      • Wiki Codes (Collaboration)
        • More people could share the responsbility of security
      • Legal Blame On Product Maker (Software)
        • Would make more secure software
      • Legal Incentives
      • Warnings (“This Site May Harm Your Computer”)
    • Strategies
      • Portability of data
        • Eg: when a photo is taken and instantly published, we can still maintain ownership
      • Net Neutrality
        • Equal access to the internet, no restrictions
      • Maintaining Privacy
      • Changing Code Policies
        • Anyone suspecting infringement must sue within a year of discovering code
    • To Conclude
      • It’s not the internet itself Zittrain is worried about
        • It’s the way it is headed
          • The control
          • The privacy
          • The security
      • Zittrain is calling for a change in the way the internet works.