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Gwynne Monahan
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tl;dr: Quit Your Bitchin' About #Encryption . Solve for TMI instead.

For companies like +Google +Facebook +IBM even +Uber +Twitter and +Snapchat, pulling actionable data from the fire hose is a business necessity. Why not have them help leverage their expertise to build tools for intelligence and law enforcement agencies to connect dots earlier than after the fact? I bet there are companies, or people out there, who are already doing this. Let's talk about them.

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Last week I went to this little-known conference called South by Southwest in Austin, TX. #SXSW #sxsw2015 #sxswi  

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Why We Removed the Word 'Hacker' From Buffer Job Titles
Our journey toward more inclusive job descriptions

We want to be transparent about how we've fallen short in creating a diverse team. Here's where we are now, and what we're doing to change. http://buff.ly/1MygdUs

#diversity #womenintech #jobdescriptions #transparency
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"Sieber says the entire industry needs to do what it's so good at: cause disruption." Exactly. I've found most articles written about the lack of women in technology amusing because it is an industry that prides itself on disruption, yet is content with the status quo. #irony  

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Increase scoring will most likely increase the length of the game, too. Unless the new commissioner wants to cut the game to 6 innings and institute a slaughter rule.

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"The kicker, though, is that you also have access to documents anyone else at the firm has accessed. Osborn, who has an undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Michigan, did his research and found that 40% of firm PACER downloads are duplicates. Take a second and reread that. So, at any given firm, more than one person at a firm has searched for and downloaded the same documents, 40% of the time. At $0.10 a page, that gets expensive. DocketFish removes that expense: it caches documents previously accessed, and makes them freely available to the rest of the firm."

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Sounds like what Google tried to do with Google+ when it rolled it out to Google Apps users. Will be interesting to see how this goes...

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I'm interested to know who in the Cameron family, and non-commoners, who use messaging apps, and what they think of this. I find it interesting, too, that we're OK with encryption for some things, like bank data, health data, but not text, phone calls or emails which, by the way, are also used to check/exchange/update bank data, health data, etc.
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