I haven't looked at the video he mentions, but the other predictions are pretty shaky. By 2016, four years from now? Get rid of the digital divide? Sounds like a "Have" that has no idea how much "Have-Nots" haven't got. Internet service is pretty far up on Maslow's hierarchy.
And having biometrics replace passwords? Sounds like someone who hasn't tried to solve the problem of ZeuS trojan. Any biometric has to be converted to digital form to be transmitted, and it has to be saved for anyone to use it for verification. Once your digital file is in someone else's hands, it becomes a password that can't be changed, since it's keyed to your biometrics.
Mind you, if the drop from August 2010 to August 2011 could be repeated each year, we could see how such a prediction is reasonable http://www.senderbase.org/home/detail_spam_volume?displayed=last18months
Looking at the 18 months period starting from the year preceding that graph, you can see just how far we have come