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Public Health 24/7 or Using Twitter to Advance Public Health

Smartphones changed the way we connect with the world: most U.S. smartphone owners check their phone at least hourly.

Essentially we are staying in constant touch with each other through our handheld devices. 648 more words

Online Tools

Malware: A new normal

Maybe you have experienced – or perhaps you can imagine – the stress and hectic schedule that is characteristic of leaving a company where one has become a valuable member of a small and very busy team.   1,938 more words

Telecom Condemns Passage of USA FREEDOM Act by Senate

The USA FREEDOM Act passed the U.S. Senate today in a vote of 67-32, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The legislation reauthorizes Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act, which permits bulk collection of phone data by the Federal government. 382 more words

Google To Change Privacy Laws After Investigation By UK Data Watchdog

(Reuters) – Search engine Google (GOOGL.O) has agreed to better inform users about how it handles their personal information after an investigation by Britain’s data protection regulator found its privacy policy was too vague. 114 more words

Total Control

The Anti-Surveillance Strategies That Could Ruin the Internet

The post-Snowden world is a little like a new parent suddenly worrying about the security of its baby… data. Governments, companies, and citizens alike are now wrestling with how to secure it. 1,141 more words

Brooklyn Coder Lauren McCarthy Wants To Cure Your Crippling Social Awkwardness

In a world where your friends can now set you up on virtual blind dates, it’s hard to believe tech could be the solution to any uncomfortable situation. 900 more words


The Most Important Issue I Don’t Understand

Wise people avoid expounding on issues they do not grasp. In that spirit, you’ll find very little content here on foreign policy, military life, Canadian politics, bow hunting or hockey, as a small sample. 1,627 more words

Civil Rights