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Yes, and it was classified. The mind boggles.
The 651 page, taxpayer-funded version of LMGTFY.
I can only imagine how long the still-classified document for connecting to an office printer must be.
I'm genuinely sad about this news
My kids will be crushed, especially with the Mii contest going away. The spend as much time inventing and sharing Miis as they do playing the games.
That's good because preserving student's privacy is more important than preserving tax breaks for the wealthy.
Don't presume my politics, or that using in-house IT staff provides any guarantee of improved student privacy.
Quick cites: "...It would require the DOE to create a web-based point for authorized researchers to gather aggregated data as well as a âoeresearch engine,â allowing access to âoestudent levelâ data...."
"Harvard University raised concern on and off campus with the revelation that the administration searched e-mails for leaks to the media during the cheating scandal revealed last year...."
"U. of Iowa Ceases Sending Student Data to Sheriffâ(TM)s Office Over Privacy Questions"
and my favorite...a school administrator spying on his students (see interview at 4:37).
Google will simply stop offering free GApps for Education for Massachusetts Schools and Non-Profits. That's OK.
Really? And that's good how? So local IT staff can manage the in-house mail and document management system in their spare time?
School flock to Google to save money on software and administration. How is this different from Microsoft offering free software to teachers and students?
How involved do you think God has been in the evolution of life on Earth? Were the dinosaurs intentionally killed off or was it just one of many possible outcomes for them?
Thanks for doing what you do.
Yes, governments and entities with very valuable data and secrets should always have concerns about espionage, but your average Joe doesn't come into contact with information that is either interesting enough or valuable enough to warrant this level of risk aversion. Your company is either a government contractor, bank, KFC, or possibly megalomaniacal and irrational.
Nice answers for the most part (except of curse for the cool hack question, kinda took a pass on that one).
You must admit though, that was a pretty lame attempt to get him to say something "uncool".
'Our hearts go out to these young people. Their unfortunate experience reminds us that we must continue our work to empower and educate users about our robust privacy controls.'"
So where, exactly, is the setting that allows me to prevent others from adding me to a group without my permission (or prevent it from appearing to others)? I can't seem to find it under "security settings", "privacy settings"...or is it on the "account settings" or "basic info" pages? Perhaps I'm just not looking in the right place?
On a related topic, I've only quickly scanned the
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