Zombie tracking devices, or as Apple would put it, "security"

I’d like the steady river of security-is-dead news to stop for a few days so I can catch up, thanks. The latest example comes from… 209 more words




“Strengthen the weak hands and make firm the feeble knees. Say to those who are fearful-hearted, “Be strong, do not fear for your God will come and He will save you.” from Isaiah 35:3-4… 801 more words


But don't worry: two days' news from our cyberpunk dystopia


Adnear, a global marketing company that specializes in collecting location data from people for companies looking to create targeted ad campaigns, has been flying a modified version of the DJI Phantom II drone over the San Fernando Valley in LA since February 4th, according to a company blog post.

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What's next for Libya

Jihadists in Libya  are direct threat to Europe: French PM Manuel Valls. Some people even argue that Libya as a state has ceased to exist. Where is Libya heading to in your opinion, into more chaos and violence, and could it be prevented? 1,303 more words


Govt bans Gmail for official work, to monitor staff's online activities

NEW DELHI: The government will be monitoring online activities of bureaucrats on official computers, block content which it feels is adversely affecting the productivity of the babus and also have a right to delete e-mails or internet history on such computers after intimating the user.  47 more words


4 March 1966

It would be hard to find a better demonstration of the adage that people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones than the Gerda Munsinger case, a scandal that burst without warning onto the Ottawa political scene in early 1966. 1,975 more words