January 5, 2005 | By Donna Wentworth

Ed Felten's Predictions for 2005

Princeton University professor Edward Felten today gazes into his crystal ball, providing 12 predictions for IT-related developments in 2005. Among them is the prediction that more people will begin to recognize the serious security and privacy risks inherent in digital rights management (DRM) technology. We're crossing our fingers on this one.

Bonus: check out the good professor's 2004 Scorecard -- a quick-yet-satisfying way to review the important developments of the past year.


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