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Comment: Re:What kind of encryption did the FBI break? (Score 1) 802

by Squeeonline (#43858709) Attached to: Judge Orders Child Porn Suspect To Decrypt His Hard Drives
Something I've always wanted is a killcode. "They" put a gun to my head and tell me to decrypt the device. I insert an alternate passphrase and it runs a command wiping everything of interest while purposely leaving innocuous files/folders to make it look like there was never anything there.

+ - SPAM: Best service/software for society images

Submitted by Squeeonline
Squeeonline (1323439) writes "I am the (amateur) webmaster for an Irish university debating society. Throughout the years, we have amassed gigabytes of photos. For the last few years we have been using Gallery hosted on a university server but I have been wondering whether there may be a better alternative that is more suitable: easy to share, ability to import from other sources, and most importantly, security to prevent these images being lost by the service being shut down."
Communications

Is Twitter Rendered Obsolete By Google+? 456

Posted by timothy
from the imitation-adoption-adaption-repeat dept.
suraj.sun writes with a ComputerWorld piece predicting the end of Twitter, at least in its current form. From the article: "It's only a matter of time before Twitter becomes a ghost town. While Google+ will soon do all the things Twitter does, Twitter can't support a long list of the things Google+ supports. Also on Google+, you can post pictures and videos directly in posts, launch immediately into a video chat, send your posts to nonmembers and even present all your posts marked 'Public' as a blog available to anyone with an Internet."
Cloud

+ - Irish College Offers Cloud Computing Degree->

Submitted by Squeeonline
Squeeonline (1323439) writes "From the article: "Cork Institute of Technology is to offer a world first in third-level education with a new degree in cloud computing.

It is hoped the course, which has been prepared in consultation with many top IT companies like EMC, Cisco and Microsoft, will boost Ireland's bid to become a global leader in the sector.""

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