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Latest from the BEP Institute Newsletter

Connecting the Dots

Each day we use a variety of electronic devices to send or retrieve information—but most of us will never understand the technology behind it.
 
Conformity among the many users, providers and builders of these systems is necessary in order to make the technologies useful. And to achieve conformity, an international agreement must be reached.
 
Internet and World Wide Web regulation is still in its infancy. Not only are new regulations still being proposed, but the sanctioning body itself is still being established. Thus cyberspace, while deeply ingrained into our culture, is a far-from-settled territory. Organizations must remain vigilant on changes to standards and protocols.

I Have My Doubts

The storyline of the Oso, Washington mudslides quickly changed from the tragedy of a natural disaster to the tragedy of residents kept in the dark about the threat of severe mudslides in the area. One resident was quoted in The Seattle Times as saying “We are not a bunch of stupid people ignoring warnings. We all make risk assessments every day of our lives. But you cannot make a risk assessment on information you do not have.”
 
But do we make the best use of the information we do have?


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