How's the 'Crackberry'?

by Phil Elmore -- That was the question a coworker asked me just last week. He and several others had been discussing the irritating habit, among several of our company's iPhone and more…

The pitfalls of electronic publishing

by Phil Elmore -- As a teenager, I owned a Walkman cassette player. It was pretty handy. Yes, you could only listen to one cassette at a time, which was kind of more…

Why we need cyber-warriors now

by Phil Elmore -- The decades of the Cold War, that period of tension between East and West following World War II, saw powerful nations pursuing hostile intent through a variety of more…

Employees' constitutional rights

by Phil Elmore -- What rights do employers have to regulate your use of technology? It's generally accepted, for good reason, that your employer has the right to monitor your Internet use more…

The immorality of laws regulating technology

by Phil Elmore -- Wherever technology is used, it is subject to regulation. Laws govern, constrain or otherwise regulate countless aspects of the consumer technology we use every day. We are so more…

Technology is morally neutral

by Phil Elmore -- What is the purpose of technology? Is technology good or bad? What role does technology play in the life of a right-thinking, right-minded American citizen? Before you answer more…

The statists latest target: Texting

by Phil Elmore -- It's a fact of left-leaning, illiberal politics that whenever something becomes popular, there will be a statist politician, regardless of party affiliation, who will want to ban it. more…

Is your spouse cheating online?

by Phil Elmore -- You may have heard that roughly half of all marriages end, or will end, in divorce. While the actual statistics concerning the divorce rate in America are more more…

4th Amendment: Buried by technology

by Phil Elmore -- The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution reads, "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and more…

A technological lynching

by Phil Elmore -- By now you've no doubt heard about Carrie Prejean, "Miss California," who (at least as of Tuesday) will be allowed to retain her title despite the possibly malicious more…