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When Journalism, Social Media & Death Collide

The horrific murder of the two WDBJ-TV journalists in southwest Virginia played out before a live TV audience, and was reportedly live tweeted by the accused gunman Vester Flanagan. 376 more words

Media

Features of Employee History Verification

The worker history verifications have emerged as a common process in this day and age, that is implied, and insisted on each manufactured with the intention to prefer the right individuals in his or her organization to do the right work. 356 more words

A Sophisticated Gmail Phishing Scam Is Linked to Iranian Hackers

Iranian hackers are actively trying ways to circumvent Gmail’s two-step verification system and infiltrate Gmail, with their targets being political dissidents and activists.

According to a new… 362 more words

Cybersecurity

World's Top 10 Usage of Face Recognition Technology #2015

Research in recent face recognition technologies seem to suggest that it is challenging to fake the identity of the person even after a facial surgery (though, we find that hard to believe) because they make use of something called as ‘nodes’ (around 600 nodes for every face) of the facial structure, which these techniques claim, remains unique to each person – dead or alive. 865 more words

Artificial Intelligence

Latest from FSA: Ask a FED

Federal Training Officer David Bartnicki recently shared these updates:

Gainful Employment

If you have not sent in all of your GE data to NSLDS yet, please keep working on it.  867 more words

FSA

Open Sesame

I’m a frequent user of Google, with a lot of my searches being employed for this very blog. So imagine my surprise when two nights in a row – after asking it to find me a particular picture, it asked me whether I was an actual person. 489 more words

Caribbean Life

Our So-Called Foreign Policy: IAEA Business-as-Usual Approach to Iran Deal Isn't Good Enough

Whether or not Congressional Democrats ensure American acceptance of President Obama’s Iran nuclear deal, it’s becoming ever clearer that the nation and its leaders need to know exactly how dependent the agreement’s enforcement will be on self-reporting by Iran. 884 more words

Obama