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infobahn

(ˈɪnfəʊbɑːn)
n
(Computer Science) a high-speed computer network, esp the internet
Translations

infobahn

n the infobahndie Datenautobahn
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the merger of autobahn and infobahn (Seidel, Loch, & Chahil, 2005), which has the potential to be a hub for human being's intelligent life or a platform consolidating all essential services in modern life.
And while sci-fi movies like The Lawnmower Man and Johnny Mnemonic made the technology seem like it was just an infobahn ride away from allowing you to do or be anything you could imagine, the industry reality made the tech as big a flop as those forgotten films.
Mitchell W J, 1995 City of Bits: Space, Place, and the Infobahn (MIT Press, Cambridge, MA)
In this Comment, I argue that these two controversies--one involving surveillance of Internet users on the infobahn and one involving surveillance of drivers on the autobahn--represent and illustrate the same underlying problem with current Fourth Amendment jurisprudence: the "assumption of risk" doctrine first articulated in Katz v.
The event is also being supported by Infobahn Consultancy, AZ Franchising Italy, BeMyDealer.
The Media Partners are OER Dossier, Gradimo, Infobahn Consultancy, Dubai Exporters, Dimension, TPG Publishing LLC, Asia Today, Primedia International (Tele-Gulf Services LLC), Oxford Business Group, Arab Construction World (ACW), Deenar Press and Publishing LLC, ITP Business Publishing (Construction Week), Middle East Plant and Equipment, Business Portals B V (Construction1.
Space, place and the Infobahn, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1995, p.
City of Bits: Space, Place and the Infobahn, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Mitchell, William, 1995, City of Bits: Space, Place and Infobahn, Cambridge, MIT Press, USA.
Mitchell W (1995) City of Bits- Space, Place and the Infobahn ,114-5 as cited in Hunter D 2002 Cyberspace as Place and the Tragedy of the Digital Anticommons Project Report funded by Singapore Management University and The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania April 2002