Posts Tagged ‘Garcia’

Cloud Law: When Technology Blurs Human Values By Ray Garcia

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

As technology augments and mediates our daily lives what does it mean to be human if functioning and surviving in a digital dependent society necessitates or mandates technology use? What are the human values that emerge from this melding of co-dependent activity? What new power structures emerge from increased dependency on Cloud technology when individuals […]

Cloud Law- Can it be Engineered? By Ray Garcia

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

Cloud Law – What is it? Cloud law may be defined as the application of ethical principles using verifiable semantics to achieve the formation and execution of fair and economical processes to govern technology mediated social communications where those processes may act on behalf of the participants on systems for which they may not own […]