fred911 writes: “In the future, intelligence services might use the [internet of things] for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting for recruitment, or to gain access to networks or user credentials,” Clapper said.
fred911 writes: On this day in 1996, Barlow sat down in front of a clunky Apple laptop and typed out one very controversial email, now known as the “Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace,” a manifesto with a simple message: Governments don’t—and can’t—govern the Internet.
fred911 writes: The Chinese startup company Ehang unveiled yesterday at CES what it claims is the first passenger drone, capable of carrying one person for about 20 minutes. According to a report in The Guardian: "The cabin fits one person and a small backpack and is fitted with air conditioning and a reading light. It is designed to fit, with propellers folded, in a single parking spot."
Just an observation but is this a new model using props as landing gear? Looks questionable to me.
fred911 writes: The article is a bit "light on details" but mentions encrypted email from El Chapo to Al Baghdadi. If I was Baghdadi, I might be concerned. So, assuming they encrypt with PGP how do they handle key exchange?
fred911 writes: The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) sent out spectator guidelines on the Monday before the marathon. Those planning on watching the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 20 are being asked to avoid carrying backpacks, over-the-shoulder bags and similar items for the safety of runners and viewers alike. Here's their Twitter post https://twitter.com/MassEMA/st.... Looks quite a bit overboard for an event in public.
fred911 writes: According to CNN (international broadcast) there has been the first US arrest for planking. CNN stated the "perp" was convicted of disorderly conduct for his posting of his planking around town, specificaly a photoshopped image of him on a police car.
Is this what its come down to, fail the attitude test, be convicted? Perfect example of whats wrong stateside.
fred911 writes: "hacktivist" group Anonymous was released by a Mexican drug cartel after the web group threatened to expose details of the crime ring's activities. Televisa reported that the man kidnapped in the eastern port of Veracruz was released ahead of a November 5 deadline set by Anonymous, after which it planned to divulge the Zetas's links to politicians to divulge the Zetas's links to politicians and others.
fred911 writes: Mar. 3 2010 — 5:23 pm | 7,259 views | 1 recommendation | 5 comments Police raid Never Get Busted HQ, Barry Cooper arrested By STEPHEN C. WEBSTER
Last updated Thursday, 1:39 p.m. CST
Original post, Wednesday, March. 3, 4:22 p.m. (updates below): I’ve just been informed by Candi Cooper that the Williamson County Sheriff’s Department raided the Never Get Busted headquarters in Travis County at approximately 6 p.m. on Tuesday night. Barry Cooper has been taken into custody.
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