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Researchers claim Facebook breaks EU anti-tracking laws (again)

Research commissioned by Belgium’s data protection agency has found that Facebook runs afoul of European Union laws by tracking consumers without their consent and regardless of whether or not they have a Facebook account. 407 more words

Tech

Somebody's Watching Me?

Camera taken from internet:

Do ever get that sensation that as you’re walking down the street you feel eyes staring at you as the hairs on the back of your neck tingle. 509 more words

Value, Growth and Safety Investment Strategies Outperform Stock Markets

We have analysed the performance of the Obermatt Top 10 stocks for 2014 and we are happy with the result. In 2 out of 3 stock markets, you were better off purchasing the Obermatt Top 10 stocks than an index fund. 348 more words

Obermatt

Kleiman's Master Plan to Use GPS to Build Prisons in the Community

In his posting “We Don’t Need to Keep Criminals in Prison to Punish Them,” Prof. Mark Kleiman has come up with what he thinks is the solution to what he would likely call over-incarceration: relocate people in their thousands, including people with violent criminal convictions, to government apartments in the community where they would be under 24 hour surveillance, have a GPS tracker to record their every move, only be allowed out for certain basic things, and have their conditions eased if they manage to find a job.  264 more words

The FrameUp Collection - apprentice tracking made easy


The FrameUp Collection is a very comprehensive learner tracking and learner management system for vocational traininers, WBL providers and FE colleges.
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Credit Repair

28 March 2015

Update for 28 March:

Exercise completed  

4 x running programme, 30 mins
2 x walk, 30 mins
3 x walking to 7th floor of Library twice (14 floors each day)
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Personal

Wolf Walking

Dear friends,

Gentle giant snowflakes fell upon the Northwoods all day, as if to taunt Spring. A fresh white blanket brings us another chance to wolf walk (to walk in each others footsteps). 317 more words

Outdoors