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May 2019


From Communications of the ACM

Continuity and Change in Internet Law

Continuity and Change in Internet Law

The fundamentals of the field of Internet law have remained consistent, but details have evolved in response to technological innovation.


From Communications of the ACM

Encryption and Surveillance

Encryption and Surveillance

Why the law-enforcement access question will not just go away.


From Communications of the ACM

What Does It Mean for a Computing Curriculum to Succeed?

What Does It Mean for a Computing Curriculum to Succeed?

Examining the expansion, proliferation, and integration of computing education everywhere.


From Communications of the ACM

Enterprise Wi-Fi: We Need Devices That Are Secure by Default

Enterprise Wi-Fi

Seeking to increase awareness of WPA2 Enterprise network security technology flaws and reduce risk to users.

Blog at CACM
How Does One Divide with Napier's Rods?
How Does One Divide with Napier's Rods?
09.09.2021

Napier's multiplication and division rods, deriving from the basic multiplication table, simplify calculations considerably.

Protecting Enterprise Use of IoT
Protecting Enterprise Use of IoT
08.31.2021

How to strengthen the security of the Internet of Things in organizations.

The Solar System from the Computational Thinking Perspective
The Solar System from the Computational Thinking Perspective
08.30.2021

We describe our choice of the solar system as one of the main illustrative examples used in our MOOC on …

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