Feature in Information Today

The latest issue of Information Today features highlights of our Summit such as the unpacking of Shannon’s wrongly labeled “Information Theory” (Terrence W. Deacon, UC Berkeley, and Yixin Zhong, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications), new frontiers of the science of information (Wojciech Szpankowski, Purdue University) or Jus Algoritmi – how the NSA’s PRISM programme (which was revealed by Snowden) determines the citizenship of an intercepted communication in order to comply with legal surveillance.

Emil Levine, the author of the feature, press observer of the Summit, is an American library and information science consultant living in Vienna.

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