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La société en mouvement « 2.0 » : quels enjeux, quelles opportunités, quel avenir ?
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Hey Silicon Valley: President Obama Has a To-Do List for You

Hey Silicon Valley: President Obama Has a To-Do List for You | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Obama presented WIRED with six challenges the tech industry needs to address. We asked six of the biggest names in the our world how they could get it done.
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Tweet from @aral

Tweet from @aral | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it

Tim Cook: Govt has asked for a backdoor (master key). In wrong hands, can unlock any iPhone. Implications: chilling. pic.twitter.com/UTpxEpJ1A6

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Sometimes, a tweet merits to be included in my archives.

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Building gated communities

Building gated communities | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Freedom and social media
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Questioning myself about the "free" reconstruction of online gated communities and its negative impact on the community in a larger sense.

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Jewellery Created With Wearable Tech That Protects Women In Times Of Danger - DesignTAXI.com

Jewellery Created With Wearable Tech That Protects Women In Times Of Danger - DesignTAXI.com | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Advertising agency JWT Singapore has created jewellery for women that is not only stylish, but will also help them combat harassment and alert...
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A Quantified Self-related subject: the future of security for women...? Now, how can we trigger this one to make it suitable for women ALL OVER the world...?

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From VTech to Ashley Madison: How the hacks of 2015 are reshaping cyber security

From VTech to Ashley Madison: How the hacks of 2015 are reshaping cyber security | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Knowledge typically comes from incidental and informal learning, such as news articles or the experiences of friends and family, rather than from management. The media’s focus is on who conducts the attacks, whereas expert information focuses instead on how attacks are conducted.

These differences prevent staff from understanding how persistent more mundane threats like viruses or phishing are, and how to protect against them.

Organizations need to encourage employees to be consistently alert and should take steps to educate them on cyber security, in an informal but efficient way.
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The Dangers of Letting Algorithms Decide Who Is Eligible for Welfare

The Dangers of Letting Algorithms Decide Who Is Eligible for Welfare | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Public services are becoming increasingly algorithmic, a reality that has spawned hyperbolic comparisons to RoboCop and Minority Report, enforcement droids and pre-cogs. But the future of high-tech policymaking looks less like science fiction and more like Google’s PageRank algorithm. For example, according to the Chicago Tribune, Robert McDaniel, a 22-year-old...
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The Snowden Effect, Quantified

The Snowden Effect, Quantified | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
39 percent of Germany’s 94 percent awareness figure implies that more than 36 percent of online Germans are taking greater pains to protect their security. Various statistics put German Internet penetration at at least 70 percent (CIA data implies a greater than 80 percent rate, but, again, let’s be conservative). Germany has around 81 million citizens.

So, in a single country, the Snowden effect is that at least 20 million people are trying to be safer and more private online.

I wouldn’t call that small. In fact, that’s pretty damn impressive.
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Global Internet Gumshoes Say They Broke the Super-Privacy Tool Tor

Global Internet Gumshoes Say They Broke the Super-Privacy Tool Tor | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
When setting up a global drug market online, here's a piece of advice: Don't use your personal and publicly available email address to control the server that hosts that virtual bazaar.
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Security, anonymity, dark web and illegal exercices.

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