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DC Republicans in Full Panic Mode: Obamacare Will Be Hugely Popular and There's Little the GOP Can Do to Stop It

DC Republicans in Full Panic Mode: Obamacare Will Be Hugely Popular and There's Little the GOP Can Do to Stop It | Privacy | Scoop.it
“ The money is already moving down the pipeline, and Americans are about to get much cheaper healthcare.”
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The Republicans seem to have painted themselves into a corner with their campaign of sabotage and mis-information designed to deceive the public and cause Obamacare to fail just so Obama will get no credit for doing something good for us all.
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Creative compliant stylus for iPad

Creative compliant stylus for iPad | Privacy | Scoop.it
“Wow, today really is full of good news for iPad artists. I posted earlier on the big update to the excellent Procreate painting app. And now I need to mention a great looking new creative stylus for the iPad – just launched by Wacom today.”
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Wacom continues to enrich the market with tools to get more out of iPadu
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This Bluetooth Keyboard Puts the Office in Your Pocket

This Bluetooth Keyboard Puts the Office in Your Pocket | Privacy | Scoop.it
“Kickstarter phenom myType pairs convenience and functionality to put your work at your fingertips at all times.”
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NSA Code Cracking Puts Google, Yahoo Security Under Fire | Bloomberg.com

NSA Code Cracking Puts Google, Yahoo Security Under Fire | Bloomberg.com | Privacy | Scoop.it
Disclosures that the U.S. National Security Agency can crack codes protecting the online traffic of the world’s largest Internet companies will inflict more damage than earlier reports of complicity in government spying, according to technology and intelligence specialists.The agency has fulfilled a decades-long quest to break the encryption of e-mail, online purchases, electronic medical records and other Web activities, the New York Times, the U.K.’s Guardian and ProPublica reported yesterday. The NSA also has been given access to -- or found ways to enter -- databases of major U.S. Internet companies operating the most popular e-mail and social-media platforms, the news organizations reported.The reports, based on documents from former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, emerged amid an expanding debate over whether NSA surveillance activities undermine civil liberties. The revelations raise fresh questions about the security of data held by companies including Google Inc., Facebook Inc. and Microsoft Corp. just as more commerce shifts online.“This is a fundamental attack on how the Internet works,” Joseph Lorenzo Hall, senior staff technologist at the Washington-based policy group Center for Democracy & Technology, said in an interview. “Secure communications technologies are the backbone of e-commerce” including the transfer of medical records and financial exchanges.“People in business will either not engage in those activities, or find other ways,” Hall said.Click headline to read more--
Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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