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Experts: Home, Baby Cameras Not Secure Worldwide

LONDON (AP) — A child playing in Bucheon, South Korea. An empty crib in Absecon, New Jersey. Cattle feeding in Behamberg, Austria. Footage from more than 100 countries is being streamed from bedrooms, office buildings, shops, laundromats, stables and barns. 317 more words


A Hand in Security Access

Jen Buss

It is time for a paradigm shift in the way we look at security access across society. The hardware is out of control and can definitely be simplified. 372 more words


Obama unveils sweeping immigration reform

President Barack Obama has ordered far-reaching changes to the US immigration system that will protect nearly 5 million people from deportation, testing the limits of his presidential powers and inviting a showdown with newly emboldened Republicans. 519 more words


Jews, Arabs use religion as tool to escalate conflict

The Bnei Torah Kehillat Yaakov synagogue, whose worshipers joined other victims of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on Nov. 18, does not serve the residents of one of the radical settlements in the heart of the West Bank. 968 more words

State Fragility

Iran nuclear talks enter make-or-break stage

Iran’s nuclear talks are due to enter the make-or-break endgame, days ahead of a deadline that may not be met as few, but significant, hurdles stand in the way.  536 more words

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Portugal's golden visas: All that glitters

Among the growing number of hard-up European governments offering residence permits to wealthy non-Europeans who invest in their countries, Portugal has been the most successful. In return for real-estate purchases and other investments totalling more than €1 billion ($1.25 billion), Portuguese authorities have issued 1,775 so-called “golden visas” over the past two years, 81% of them to Chinese nationals.  557 more words


Security experts: Malware spreading to millions on Android phones

“A particularly nasty mobile malware campaign targeting Android users has hit between four million and 4.5 million Americans since January of 2013, according to an estimate by Lookout, a San Francisco mobile security company that has been tracking the malware for about two years,” Nicole Perlroth reports for The New York Times. 368 more words