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May 29, 2014
Anonymity of Bitcoin

By: Michael Goetzman Intuitively, we’re in a what could be described as an “anonymity battle” with governments agencies and corporations fighting digital citizens. This cyber battle has become a world where no data is private, making it nearly impossible to keeping your anonymity, financial or not, even in extreme circumstances. For example the creator of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, […]

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May 14, 2014
Digital Influences: Social Learning Theory

Introduction Social learning theory has been regarded as one of the key theories in psychology long after Albert Bandura's early research. Although social learning theory has its foundation in what is considered traditional learning theory, Bandura elevated the concept of social learning by suggesting that direct reinforcement could not be responsible for all forms of […]

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May 1, 2012
State of Information Technology: Cuba

By: Michael GoetzmanMay 2012 Background Contrary to common US belief, Cuba's international telecommunication infrastructure is in better condition and better able to meet current and future demand when compared to neighboring countries and their internal infrastructure, although that is also improving. Demand for Information Technology and telecommunication is rising in spite of the economic effects […]

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