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Virtual Reality Goes Electric

For an electric utility, a technical glitch could trigger a huge blackout, plunging entire cities into darkness.

Typically such an event would require utility workers to scramble to a faraway substation. 464 more words


FBI Chief Security Guru Talks Fighting Insider Threats

Making sure outside attackers don’t hack the Federal Bureau of Investigation is obviously one of the law enforcement agency’s top priorities. But equally important is ensuring that disgruntled employees or spies don’t sneak off with sensitive data. 403 more words


The Investment Firm From eBay's Founder Funded This Data Outfit

The investment firm set up by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar has put $1 million into a British startup called digi.me, which aims to give people an easy way to sell or share their own personal data. 359 more words


Interview with Jay Sears on automation, programmatic and more!

Original version posted here on http://www.mediavillage.com

Jay Sears, Senior Vice President Marketplace Development of Rubicon Project discusses advertising automation with Marco Bertozzi, Global Chief Revenue Officer of Publicis’ Performics as part of a series of buyer conversations on the topic. 1,469 more words


Those Labour Purge Missing Ballot Papers - the real numbers

Yesterday I posted about the “Labour Purge” and the suspensions that had been carried out by the NEC. The (relatively) very low figures surprised me and they surprised a lot of other people. 600 more words


Those Labour Purge Suspensions - the real numbers

Jeremy Corbyn won the Labour leadership election yesterday with 62 per cent of the vote. Congratulations to him on a convincing win. On social media there has been a lot of chatter about how that his margin of victory would have been much larger if the deliberate purge of his supporters had not happened. 576 more words


Map: Detroit Murals in the Market vs. Graffiti Tickets

The city has ramped up ticketing for blight violators and that includes properties with graffiti. In some reported cases the graffiti tickets included sanctioned murals and street art, for example Eastern Market, Brooklyn Street Local (restaurant), and the Grand River Creative Corridor. 124 more words