Who owns what might be invented by consciousness on the cloud?

“One Small Wiggle For A Worm, One Giant Leap For Mankind”

(Jan 2015)

Have you seen the Johnny Depp science fiction thriller Transcendence? If not, allow me to provide you with a quick summary. Johnny Depp plays a scientist who is driven by his interest in artificial intelligence. Depp’s character ultimately uploads his own consciousness to a computer program and that decision leads to dangerous implications. The concept

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VOIP Phone System

Internet Phone Provider Tax Liability: A Review of Iowa Supreme Court Cable One Decision

(Jan 2015)

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a service that allows you to use the internet (a broadband connection) to make phone calls instead of the more traditional phone line method. VoIP calls can be made from a computer or telephone, and it can make calls to a computer or telephone. VoIP is often cheaper, and

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The Limited “Unlimited” Plan?

(Nov 2014)

The Federal Trade Commission filed suit against AT & T in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on October 28th for deceiving consumers with the phone service provider’s promise of an unlimited data plan. The FTC claims that while the consumers who purchase the “unlimited” data plan from AT & T

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