Hippie Values Really Did Build the Internet

Moshe Y. Vardi's column "How the Hippies Destroyed the Internet" (July 2018) sent me to my computer in shock where I was relieved to find that nobody has actually yet destroyed the Internet.

Encourage ACM to Address U.S. Election Integrity

In the spirit of Moshe Y. Vardi's call for ACM to ". . . be more active in addressing social responsibility issues raised by computing technology," we urge the ACM U.S. Public Policy Council to undertake a study of the technological infrastructure for U.S. elections.

When to Hold ‘Em

"Always Out of Balance" (April 2018) overstated (somewhat) the effect of intractability by claiming the intractability of computing Nash equilibrium necessitates researchers abandon this notion in favor of other competition-related ideas.

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ACM encourages its members to take a direct hand in shaping the future of the association. There are more ways than ever to get involved.

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