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Google, Facebook warn of 'abuse' if feds can seize emails without a warrant - The Hill (blog)

Google, Facebook warn of 'abuse' if feds can seize emails without a warrant - The Hill (blog) | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Google, Facebook warn of 'abuse' if feds can seize emails without a warrant The Hill (blog) The letter was also signed by Amazon, eBay, Reddit, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and dozens of other...
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Share! Get in on this please!  What is broken won't be fixed without us!

 

Too few into the fight leaves risk of corruption at worst and failure at best.

 

Get behind those fighting in cyber wars with sharing and posting and calling representatives up through the White House. Know your neighbors and meet at kitchen tables.  In this case it appears we have big companies going to fight for us, and warning us for while ....We've already laid or are laying individual cyber warriors on prison beds or in the ground. Research who has been arrested for hacking or cracking and what it was they did. Some were crooks but others were are warriors seeking proof of misdeeds towards us.

 http://venturebeat.com/2011/12/28/anonymous-stratfor-hack-10-things-to-know/ ;

Hacker/crackers for causes are realizing that with each crack/hack they give more justification to invasion of all of our privacy by those they desire to expose.  That should not be true because we did not give them cause for warrants and they are taking advantage of the situation.

 

These cyber warriors have given proof of two of the biggest invaders of privacy....Cracks of our governments collections and sharing NSA data and private corporations like Stratfor doing the same for global hire have provided proof of what is going on...Now can we just act on what we citizens now have confirmed for us. 

 

Follow the whole topic broadly not just thru FOX or CNN or any other one source. It takes some effort to even have useful general knowledge of the battles and none are fairly addressed on mass media 4 minute or 1 hour sound bites. Do your history homework as well on Internet communications and privacy.

 

You can learn a lot in a week to get started really looking over things then stay on it....This will be a life long watch because there is way more to be gained from control of the internet than anything in history that ever tempted those that thirst for power and wealth…

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Share! Get in on this please!  What is broken won't be fixed without us!

 

Too few into the fight leaves risk of corruption at worst and failure at best.

 

Get behind those fighting in cyber wars with sharing and posting and calling representatives up through the White House. Know your neighbors and meet at kitchen tables.  In this case it appears we have big companies going to fight for us, and warning us for a while ....We've already laid or are laying individual cyber warriors on prison beds or in the ground. Research who has been arrested for hacking or cracking and what it was they did. Some were crooks but others were our warriors seeking proof of misdeeds towards us.

 http://venturebeat.com/2011/12/28/anonymous-stratfor-hack-10-things-to-know/ ;

Hacker/crackers for causes are realizing that with each crack/hack they give more justification to invasion of all of our privacy by those they desire to expose and that seek to control us.  That should not be true because citizens collectively, did not give them cause for warrants and governments and companies are taking advantage of the situation. They should be gratefull as individuals for reason to act less cowardly on a personal level than their powerful positions allow them to do out of fear of losing control for governments or corporations. They should welcome the inclusion of their fellow citizens into the power sharing with relief. We have vast talents and ideas and together we are best.

 

These cyber warriors have given proof of two of the biggest invaders of privacy....Cracks of our governments (yes plural is right) collections and sharing back and forth NSA with other countries data and private corporations like Stratfor doing the same for global hire on a for-profit basis the world over have provided proof of what is going on...Now can we just act on what we citizens now have confirmed for us by these young individuals from behind the scenes. We want our cyber warriors innovating how to make the world a better place globally for all of us .....and not having to fight cyber wars.

 

Follow the whole topic broadly not just thru FOX or CNN or any other one source. It takes some effort to even have useful general knowledge of the battles and none are fairly addressed on mass media 4 minute or 1 hour sound bites. Do your history homework as well on Internet communications and privacy.

 

You can learn a lot in a week to get started really looking over things then stay on it....This will be a life long watch because there is way more to be gained from control of the internet than anything in history that ever tempted those that thirst for power and wealth…

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DMN Looks at AI: 10 Articles Worth Checking

DMN Looks at AI: 10 Articles Worth Checking | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
AI and machine learning are central topics right now for anyone involved, not just in marketing, but in the whole lifecycle of the customer experience, through sales, service and retention. Massive advances are taking place in the space, and DMN is keeping on top of them.Here are some of our favorite recent AI pieces.
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AI curious? Here are 10 recent DMN articles that deal in marketing's version of Artificial Intelligence.
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Cybersecurity for Activists, Journalists | Center for Democracy & Technology

Cybersecurity for Activists, Journalists | Center for Democracy & Technology | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
RT @KassandraSeven: Cybersecurity for #Activists, #Journalists | Center for Democracy & Technology https://t.co/NUHOUaBQna
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Build a Better Monster : Morality, Machine Learning, and Mass Surveillance

This is the text version of "Build a Better Monster: Morality, Machine Learning, and Mass Surveillance", a talk I gave on April 18, 2017, at the Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise conference in Philadelphia. I came to the United States as a six year old kid from Eastern Europe.
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Top 10 Reasons to Use technology Education

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40 Key Computer Science Concepts Explained In Layman’s Terms

40 Key Computer Science Concepts Explained In Layman’s Terms | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
To make learning more fun and interesting, here’s a list of important computer science theories and concepts explained with analogies and minimal technical terms. It’s like an ultra-fast-track computer science degree program for everyone, just to get you to understand the general concepts.

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Futurist Keynote Speaker Gerd Leonhard Keynote at Smart Port Rotterdam: the next 10 years

My complete keynote at the Smart Port Summit in Rotterdam. More details and slide-deck download via my blo
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How to Identify Which Chrome Tabs Are Wasting RAM and CPU Resources

How to Identify Which Chrome Tabs Are Wasting RAM and CPU Resources | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
If Chrome is slow and laggy, it could be due to a rogue tab that's eating up too much RAM or CPU. Here's how to figure out which tab is the culprit.

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Trump Plan To Defund U.S. Arts Endowments Could Impact Video Game Programs

Trump Plan To Defund U.S. Arts Endowments Could Impact Video Game Programs | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
President Trump’s proposal to slash funding for federal arts endowments may have consequences for video games. The types of federally-funded education and social change-related games projects that have received grants in the past may need to scale down or search for other funding channels.
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Norton WiFi Privacy (for Android)

Norton WiFi Privacy (for Android) | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Norton WiFi Privacy delivers a reasonably compelling VPN service, but it can be an expensive proposition.
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Facebook can now flag fake news stories as 'disputed'

Facebook can now flag fake news stories as 'disputed' | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Following up on its promise from December, Facebook has begun to flag fake news stories on news feeds in the US. Questionable stories may now show a “disputed” tag underneath, with a link to a source countering the article’s claims. Facebook said it works with ABC News, Politifact, FactCheck, Snopes, and the Associated Press to verify stories …
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How to Upgrade Judges with Machine Learning – ML in the 21st Century

How to Upgrade Judges with Machine Learning – ML in the 21st Century | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Software that helps judges decide whether to jail a defendant while they await trial could cut crime and reduce racial disparities amongst prisoners. When should a criminal defendant be required to await trial in jail rather than at home? Software could significantly improve judges’ ability to make that call—reducing crime or the number of people…
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Give your productivity an all-natural boost with a lifetime of Brain.fm

Give your productivity an all-natural boost with a lifetime of Brain.fm | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Life is stressful, and although multitasking has become common, juggling so many tasks can hinder productivity. Brain.fm was developed to help you manage your loaded to-do list by generating soundtracks that have been specifically crafted to increase your focus, promote productivity, and help you relax. Lifetime access to Brain.fm is available now for $49.99, or 74 …
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See the Evolution of Movie Magic With Every Oscar Winner for Visual Effects in History

See the Evolution of Movie Magic With Every Oscar Winner for Visual Effects in History | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
The Academy Awards are almost here and many people will be talking about red carpet fashion, comedic monologues, and who got robbed. But few will be paying attention to the most important awards category—Best Visual Effects. This supercut pulls together all the past winners into a nice little reminder of how much has changed in the field, and how much visual effects changed the way movies are made.
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Slack makes it easier for teams to hook up freelancers with guest accounts

Slack makes it easier for teams to hook up freelancers with guest accounts | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Slack is introducing enhanced guest profiles to streamline the process for granting temps and freelancers access to your team's communication.
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eYe On Education -Technology

Join host Doug Beals as he explores the Technology Student Association and Nashua South Programmers Club with student members.
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China Beats Russia To Build Passenger Plane, Here's What It Looks Like

China Beats Russia To Build Passenger Plane, Here's What It Looks Like | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) has completed ground-testing and is preparing the aircraft for its much-delayed debut flight, which could provide a
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Tech Solutions in Education

Education remains the fundamental tool to alleviate poverty in most African communities. In Ghana, Tech-Aide, a technology social enterprise, has come u
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How I made my own VPN server in 15 minutes

How I made my own VPN server in 15 minutes | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it

People are (rightfully) freaking out about their privacy as the Senate voted to let internet providers share your private data with advertisers. While it’s important to protect your privacy, it doesn’t mean that you should sign up to a VPN service and tunnel all your internet traffic through VPN servers.


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CORE - Aggregating the world’s open access research papers

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Free Up iPhone Space With These Hidden Tricks

Free Up iPhone Space With These Hidden Tricks | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Storage running out? For most, the biggest stuff is in four types of places: photos, messages, music and the big third-party apps that everyone has. These tricks can help you take back your precious gigabytes
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Hire eLearning Candidates For Skills Or Potential? - eLearning Industry

Hire eLearning Candidates For Skills Or Potential? - eLearning Industry | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Should you Hire eLearning Candidates for skills or potential? Check whether you should hire eLearning Candidates for skills or potential.
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SuperEasy Ways To Learn Everything About mobiles Watches technology

The utilization of the expression "innovation" has changed essentially in the course of the most recent 200 years. Before the twentieth century, the term was in ...
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Pulse is the News Feed Twitch desperately needed

Pulse is the News Feed Twitch desperately needed | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
After years of inching its way towards social media friendliness, Twitch finally made like Facebook today and got its own News Feed. The company is rolling out a new feature today called Pulse. With this, you’ll see all the posts your favorite steamers add to their Channel Feeds, making it a central hub for all …
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Artificial Intelligence – Machine Learning Bias: Hate, Racism and Prejudice in the 21st Century

Artificial Intelligence – Machine Learning Bias: Hate, Racism and Prejudice in the 21st Century | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
Artificial Intelligence - AI & Machine Bias There’s Software, Machine Learning – ML, used across the United States to Predict Future Criminals. And it’s Biased Against Black Americans / African Americans. By Julia Angwin, Jeff Larson, Surya Mattu and Lauren Kirchner ProPublica May 23, 2016 NOTE: The data used and methods used to collect data is…
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New Method for Integrating Flexible Electronics Into Skin Patches | #Research #Wearables

New Method for Integrating Flexible Electronics Into Skin Patches | #Research #Wearables | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it
At the Waseda University in Japan, researchers have come up with a new, cheaper way of producing electronic devices that are flexible, elastic, and adhere to the skin. This development may help body monitoring electronic skin patches that interface with smartphone apps to become commonly used in medicine and by consumers.

The technology relies on elastomeric films only 1 μm thick that can safely contain electronic components sandwiched between them. An inkjet printer is used to put down lines of silver for wiring the components together. Importantly, there’s no soldering or gluing involved, which allows for a thinner final product that is highly flexible without fear of damage to the electrical connections.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-innovative-technologies-and-developments/?tag=wearables

 


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At the Waseda University in Japan, researchers have come up with a new, cheaper way of producing electronic devices that are flexible, elastic, and adhere to the skin. This development may help body monitoring electronic skin patches that interface with smartphone apps to become commonly used in medicine and by consumers.

The technology relies on elastomeric films only 1 μm thick that can safely contain electronic components sandwiched between them. An inkjet printer is used to put down lines of silver for wiring the components together. Importantly, there’s no soldering or gluing involved, which allows for a thinner final product that is highly flexible without fear of damage to the electrical connections.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-innovative-technologies-and-developments/?tag=wearables