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China Pushes to Rewrite Rules of Global Internet

Officials aim to control online discourse and reduce U.S. influence

SHANGHAI—As social media helped topple regimes in the Middle East and northern Africa, a senior colonel in the People’s Liberation Army publicly warned that an Internet dominated by the U.S. 125 more words

Social Engineering

UN and Federal Threats to Internet Freedom Loom Large

There are several key threats to Internet freedom facing Americans and the world today. The first is net neutrality, an unconstitutional scheme that was adopted by the FCC recently. 125 more words

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'Frontline of the battle is not tanks or planes – it's cyberwarfare'

People underestimate what cyberwarfare can do, but as the infrastructure of all our countries is run over the internet now, an attack on them could make society collapse within days, says Annie Machon, former MI5 agent. 48 more words

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Census Bureau database breached by hackers

Hackers have breached a computer network used by the U.S. Census Bureau and have made off with “non-confidential” information from a government database that has since been published online, the agency admits. 87 more words

Social Engineering

FBI Director: Government Must Have Access to Your Encrypted Data

The director of the FBI doesn’t want you to use technology to encrypt your personal data. He said that for your safety the feds should have unrestricted access to everything you store in a cloud or a hard drive, write in an e-mail, or send in a text. 151 more words

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Crunching Big Data and Analytics from Web2.0

The use of data and its analyses are becoming ubiquitous practices. As a result, there has been a dramatic surge in the use of business intelligence and analytics. 762 more words


Copyright and Creative Commons

I see Creative Commons and I think of one posthumous inductee into the hallowed Internet Hall of Fame, c.2013. Yes, I allude to Aaron Swartz… 303 more words