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Data Defense: EU’s data protection regulation may safeguard CHS students’ privacy at expense of higher cost

Armaan Goel

October 25, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Print, Recent Updates

The EU recently passed legislation called the general data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), which places tighter restrictions on the data that technology companies can collect and what they can do with it. This puts more power in the user’s hands to decide what companies are allowed to have their data a...

YOU HAVE TO READ THIS!! : Students, teachers address evolution of clickbait, repercussions for unbiased information

YOU HAVE TO READ THIS!! : Students, teachers address evolution of clickbait, repercussions for unbiased information

Uday Lomada

September 21, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Recent Updates

After a long and strenuous day at school, senior Riley Aadson used to plop down on his couch and watch the headlines pass by or watch a YouTube video from his recommended list. This was when he normally caught up on the news about the world around him. Titles like “Obamacare IS DESTROYING JOBS” and headl...

Get informed. Then go save the Internet. How freedom of speech per Internet is being compromised.

Get informed. Then go save the Internet. How freedom of speech per Internet is being compromised.

perspectives

October 10, 2014


Filed under Print, Print Columnists

The internet is massive. Certainly, of course, massive in the sense that it is perhaps the largest database and wealth of knowledge in the world: There’s over a yottabyte—1,208,925,819,614,629,174,706,176 bytes—of data. But the internet is also massive in its significance and impact in nearly eve...

Insecure. Americans must recognize the privacy risks of the digital age and protest unwarranted and arbitrary government surveillance.

Insecure. Americans must recognize the privacy risks of the digital age and protest unwarranted and arbitrary government surveillance.

perspectives

August 14, 2013


Filed under Print, Print Columnists

Just so no one thinks I’m hysterical - this isn’t 1984. This is 2013. This is the information era, in which our lives are increasingly recorded, traceable, digitized. And in this era, no one should be surprised by the conundrum America faces in light of recent revelations. Leaked documents publi...

Insecure. Americans must recognize the privacy risks of the digital age and protest unwarranted and arbitrary government surveillance.

perspectives

August 14, 2013


Filed under Print, Print Columnists

Just so no one thinks I’m hysterical - this isn’t 1984. This is 2013. This is the information era, in which our lives are increasingly recorded, traceable, digitized. And in this era, no one should be surprised by the dilemma America faces in light of recent revelations. Leaked documents published...

The Power of the Crowd. The future lies in crowdsourcing.

The Power of the Crowd. The future lies in crowdsourcing.

perspectives

March 22, 2013


Filed under PERSPECTIVES, Print, Print Columnists

Try as you might, you’ll eventually reach a limit if you work by yourself. But as a member of a group, you’ll be able to achieve beyond the capabilities of everyone combined. Using the idea that the whole is more than the sum of its parts, crowdsourcing has the prospect to become the future of b...

Recent hackings of big name companies raise Internet security questions

Recent hackings of big name companies raise Internet security questions

feature

March 22, 2013


Filed under FEATURE, Print

A couple of weeks ago, when Mallory Marrs, avid Twitter user and sophomore, opened her Twitter account, she was met with confused tweets from her friends and followers in response to her tweets from earlier that day. According to Marrs, tweets had been sent from her account that advertised a weight lo...

The Internet offers a large audience for student artwork

entertainment

February 22, 2013


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Print

Meghan Duffy, artist, blogger and junior, flips her sketchbook open to a blank page and begins to draw. Various items, such as pencils, erasers and markers, litter her desk. In addition to these typical art tools, a camera and computer also inhabit her workspace. After Duffy completes her newest creation,...

SOPA and PROTECT IP Act threaten to censor Internet

SOPA and PROTECT IP Act threaten to censor Internet

Author Archives

January 18, 2012


Filed under NEWS, Online Only, Recent Updates

On Jan. 20, representative Lamar Smith pulled the SOPA bill. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has postponed the vote on PIPA, originally scheduled for Jan. 24. Sophomore Rachel Chen has a talented voice. Inspired by independent artists, she is considering a career as a singer. To share her music w...

Putting a new face on everything

feature

March 1, 2011


Filed under FEATURE

As Facebook grows, the social media site has changed work, play, interaction By Melinda Song, Thalib Razi, Tony Tan and Ryan Zukerman msong@hilite.org, trazi@hilite.org, ttan@hilite.org, rzukerman@hilite.org The most visited site on earth Come home, log onto the computer and browse Facebook: it’s a ...