AntiSec diz ter acedido a 12 milhões de utilizadores através de computador do FBI
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Unborn twins caught on video MRI for the first time - health - 07 June 2012 - New Scientist
Toyota official highlights issues with NHTSA guidelines and California self-driving rules At a forum on Capital Hill designed to gather input from industry stakeholders on NHTSA guidelines Toyota Motor North America director of technology and innovation policy Hilary Cain pointed out that proposed changes to Californiasself-driving test guidelines would make a voluntary process requested by the new NHTSA autonomous driving guidelines would essentially become mandatory. This could block…
5 ways corporate HR departments monitor your movements — even when you’re not working
1. They monitor your personal electronics. Many companies allow employees to use their own cell phones, tablets and computers for work purposes... employees are often asked to install device management software on their devices, and are pressured into signing vague user policies that give the company the right to monitor and access the devices... [which] includes personal contacts, photos, text messages... it gets much worse...
Porquê usar teclados QWERTY quando poderiamos usar outros considerados melhor?
New steps to revamp citizens' privacy within the European Union ...
A timeline is hard to pin down and details are hazy, but Georgia Tech computing professor and author Richard DeMillo believes change is certain.
Big data will become a key basis of competition, underpinning new waves of productivity growth, innovation, and consumer surplus--as long as the right policies and enablers are in place.
Can America Put Itself Back Together?
Most Americans believe the country is going to hell. They’re wrong. What a three-year journey by single-engine plane reveals about reinvention and renewal—and how the Second Gilded Age might end.