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Phil Reale was a Vice Chair for Competitions for the inaugural Greenbrier Classic PGA tour event and coordinated the participation of over 2000 volunteers

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Free Legal Advice, Consultation, Aid, Help, Service, Assistance, Support from G8 Lawyers, Advocates, Attorneys, posted on Geek Upd8 thanks to all Associated Partners - http://g8.geekupd8.com/FreeLegalAdvice


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Phil Reale is generally known as a good public speaker and has earned the trust of West Virginia leaders on both sides of the political aisle.

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At the Annual Summer Meeting of the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia at The Greenbrier Resort, Phil Reale did a presentation that focused on recapping legislative activities of importance to the oil and gas industry in West Virginia.

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Gloria La Riva, coordinator of the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, speaks at the San Francisco celebration of the release of the Cuban Five on Dec. 18, 2014, one day after the Five returned to Cuba. For more information: www.freethefive.org


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The lesson you never got taught in school: How to learn! | Big Think

The lesson you never got taught in school: How to learn! | Big Think | Phil Reale | Scoop.it
A paper published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest has evaluated ten techniques for improving learning, ranging from mnemonics to highlighting and came to some surprising conclusions.

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Phil Reale is a member of the Visiting Committee of the Mary Baab Randolph Cancer Center at West Virginia University.

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Phil Reale knows that family is one of the most important aspects of an individual's life, and does not take for granted that he has been blessed with a loving wife and two boys.

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Under Fire for Negligence, North Carolina Prisons Chief Seeks New Funding for Mental Health Treatment

Under Fire for Negligence, North Carolina Prisons Chief Seeks New Funding for Mental Health Treatment | Phil Reale | Scoop.it
North Carolina corrections chief David Guice wants more than $20 million to improve the treatment of people with mental illness in the state’s prisons. His request comes on the heels of two recent ...

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Nouvelle plongée dans l'univers des smartphones et de leurs applications - CNIL - Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés

Nouvelle plongée dans l'univers des smartphones et de leurs applications - CNIL - Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés | Phil Reale | Scoop.it
Depuis 3 ans, la CNIL et Inria travaillent ensemble pour comprendre l'écosystème des smartphones. Les résultats du projet Mobilitics montrent que les accès aux données personnelles sont à la fois massifs et peu visibles pour les utilisateurs. Les éditeurs d'applications et leurs fournisseurs de services ou partenaires commerciaux doivent donc intensifier leur effort d'information des utilisateurs, sans s'abriter derrière des contraintes techniques. En la matière, les éditeurs de système d'exploitation pour smartphones et tablettes (Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla) sont les premiers responsables. A ce titre, ils doivent permettre aux utilisateurs de mieux maîtriser leurs données personnelles.

 

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Depuis 3 ans, la CNIL et Inria travaillent ensemble pour comprendre l'écosystème des smartphones. Les résultats du projet Mobilitics montrent que les accès aux données personnelles sont à la fois massifs et peu visibles pour les utilisateurs. Les éditeurs d'applications et leurs fournisseurs de services ou partenaires commerciaux doivent donc intensifier leur effort d'information des utilisateurs, sans s'abriter derrière des contraintes techniques. En la matière, les éditeurs de système d'exploitation pour smartphones et tablettes (Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla) sont les premiers responsables. A ce titre, ils doivent permettre aux utilisateurs de mieux maîtriser leurs données personnelles.


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Android Malware used to spread Pirated Assassin Creed App

Android Malware used to spread Pirated Assassin Creed App | Phil Reale | Scoop.it
Security experts at Zscaler discovered a pirated version of the Assassin Creed mobile app for Android that was used to spread a malware.

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The wonders of pirated software!   Free is never free on the Internet.

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Intellectual Empathy: Critical Thinking for Social Justice

Intellectual Empathy: Critical Thinking for Social Justice | Phil Reale | Scoop.it
Intellectual Empathy provides a step-by-step method for facilitating discussions of socially divisive issues. Maureen Linker, a philosophy professor at the University of Michigan–Dearborn, developed Intellectual Empathy after more than a decade of teaching critical thinking in metropolitan Detroit, one of the most racially and economically divided urban areas, at the crossroads of one of the Midwest’s largest Muslim communities.

 

The skills acquired through Intellectual Empathy have proven to be significant for students who pursue careers in education, social work, law, business, and medicine.

 


Now, Linker shows educators, activists, business managers, community leaders—anyone working toward fruitful dialogues about social differences—how potentially transformative conversations break down and how they can be repaired. Starting from Socrates’s injunction know thyself, Linker explains why interrogating our own beliefs is essential. In contrast to traditional approaches in logic that devalue emotion, Linker acknowledges the affective aspects of reasoning and how emotion is embedded in our understanding of self and other. Using examples from classroom dialogues, online comment forums, news media, and diversity training workshops, readers learn to recognize logical fallacies and critically, yet empathically, assess their own social biases, as well as the structural inequalities that perpetuate social injustice and divide us from each other.


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Why We Need Better Cyber Security: A Graphical Snapshot

Why We Need Better Cyber Security: A Graphical Snapshot | Phil Reale | Scoop.it
By 2022, demand for security industry professionals will grow 37%.

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Childs Best Interest in the UAE - Article by Mr. Hassan Elhais

Childs Best Interest in the UAE - Article by Mr. Hassan Elhais | Phil Reale | Scoop.it

Many family law cases in the United Arab Emirates follow Federal Law No. 28 of the year 2005 (UAE Personal Affairs Law), to which I will be referring to in this blog, to determine which parent is awarded custody. To Know More about Child Custody Laws in the UAE, Contact us at http://professionallawyer.me

 


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Phil Reale has been well-acquainted with grassroots politics from a very early age, when at 18 years old Reale was elected as Associate Chairman of a County Democratic Party Executive Committee

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As a member of the visiting committee of the Mary Baab Randolph Cancer Center at West Virginia University Phil Reale am assisting in the coordination of a briefing to West Virginia legislators, along with a tour of the Cancer Center facilities and research projects.

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How Teens Are Really Using Social Media | Edudemic

How Teens Are Really Using Social Media | Edudemic | Phil Reale | Scoop.it

A lot of kids are using social media these days, and even if that isn’t surprising to you, it may be surprising to you just how many of them are using it and just how much. Leveraging these popular social media tools in the classroom is a no-brainer: everything from Twitter and Facebook all the way to Instagram have found their way into lesson plans across the globe. Whether you’re using all of the social media sites, some of them, or none of them at all, chances are that your students are using them.

The handy infographic takes a look at the social media use of teens and tweens: What platforms are they using and how much? What is appropriate for them? How can you monitor their use and ensure their safety? Keep reading to learn more


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"Fearless Empathy | Vanessa Inn | TEDxBayArea" Video at TEDxTalks

"Fearless Empathy | Vanessa Inn | TEDxBayArea" Video at TEDxTalks | Phil Reale | Scoop.it

Fear versus love..

love - Empathy's role...

fearless empathy connects with the fearless bold strength.

transforming fear -


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Phil Reale says his sons have distinguished themselves in athletics and academics alike, as NCAA Division 1 athletes and outstanding scholars.

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Si vous ne connaissez pas les algorithmes, eux vous connaissent très bien

Si vous ne connaissez pas les algorithmes, eux vous connaissent très bien | Phil Reale | Scoop.it
Les formules mathématiques capables de « deviner » quels sont vos écrivains préférés sur Amazon comme de prévoir les épidémies de grippe se nourrissent des milliards de données présentes sur le Net. Y compris de vos données personnelles. Inquiétant ?

 

« Dis-moi ce que tu lis, écoutes ou regardes, je te dirai non pas qui tu es mais ce que tu as envie de consommer »...


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"Une entreprise est un algorithme, qu'il faut resoudre avec des méthodes et des moyens". Vous avez des problèmes de mévente ? Votre chiffre d'affaires baisse ou stagne? Contactez -moi pour résoudre le problème. contact: Mobile 0662221080 e.mail: mehennitahar@gmail.com
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"Une entreprise est un algorithme, qu'il faut resoudre avec des méthodes et des moyens".
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J'adore! social 

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A Brazen Vigilante Poster Campaign Is Targeting 'Racist' London Police

A Brazen Vigilante Poster Campaign Is Targeting 'Racist' London Police | Phil Reale | Scoop.it
A series of "counter-propaganda" posters popping up in London bus stops have accused the Met Police of racism and corruption.

Strike! Magazine has taken responsibility for the design of the placards but not their distribution, which has ...

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Votre smartphone vous piste en permanence | La protection de la vie privée en question | Privacy

Votre smartphone vous piste en permanence | La protection de la vie privée en question | Privacy | Phil Reale | Scoop.it

Imaginez un espion qui vous suit pas à pas, et indique minute par minute où vous vous trouvez… 

 

L'étude s'interroge sur la finalité de ce pistage intensif et estime probable que ces données de géolocalisation soient revendues à des tiers.

Ainsi, sur les trois mois du test, «une des applications a accédé plus d'un million de fois à la géolocalisation», souligne les auteurs de l'étude, qui ajoutent avoir «du mal à relier cela à des fonctionnalités de l'application». 

«Ces accès soulèvent une question de protection de la vie privée, transformant le téléphone en un instrument permanent de localisation de son propriétaire», indique la Cnil dans ses conclusions.

Si ce pistage peut procéder d'un simple effet d'aubaine, l'application collectant des informations qui ne seront pas forcément utilisées par la suite, la Cnil se demande si les applications ne chercheraient pas à acquérir des informations «en dehors de tout lien avec leurs fonctionnalités premières»

 

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Imaginez un espion qui vous suit pas à pas, et indique minute par minute où vous vous trouvez… 


L'étude s'interroge sur la finalité de ce pistage intensif et estime probable que ces données de géolocalisation soient revendues à des tiers.

Ainsi, sur les trois mois du test, «une des applications a accédé plus d'un million de fois à la géolocalisation», souligne les auteurs de l'étude, qui ajoutent avoir «du mal à relier cela à des fonctionnalités de l'application». 

«Ces accès soulèvent une question de protection de la vie privée, transformant le téléphone en un instrument permanent de localisation de son propriétaire», indique la Cnil dans ses conclusions.

Si ce pistage peut procéder d'un simple effet d'aubaine, l'application collectant des informations qui ne seront pas forcément utilisées par la suite, la Cnil se demande si les applications ne chercheraient pas à acquérir des informations «en dehors de tout lien avec leurs fonctionnalités premières»


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St Mary’s College ‘Empathy Museum’

St Mary’s College ‘Empathy Museum’ | Phil Reale | Scoop.it

On Tuesday 12 August, St Mary’s College held an ‘Empathy Museum’ during the lunch break in celebration of Catholic Education Week. This involved teenagers from the Migrant Centre, from Iraq, Sudan, Afghanistan, Nepal… chatting with the St Mary’s students in a casual setting on the top ground about a whole range of topics – their interests, their experiences and culture.



The philosophy behind the Empathy Museum was to create a chance for the St Mary’s student’s to step into the shoes of others, with empathy playing a key role in cultivating compassion and the basis of a happier society.


The students showed empathy just by chatting, understanding, hearing the feelings and perspectives of their new friends – and using that sense of understanding to guide their actions, and to challenge prejudice and stereotypes.


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