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Joly MacFie
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WATCH LIVE! On Thursday, February 11, our President / CEO Kathy Brown will be at the UN HQ in New York to speak during the observance of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science ( #dayofwomeninscience ). You can join in and watch live. More details at this link... 
On Thursday, February 11, 2016, our President and CEO Kathy Brown will be among the leaders participating in the celebration of the UN's International Day of Women & Girls in Science at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. You can watch live starting at 10:00am US Eastern (UTC-5) at a ...
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WSIS+10 And The Challenge Of Securing The Internet
" The challenge is that 'the Internet' is not one single entity where there can magically be a simple solution to make everything secure. If this was… - Internet Society - Google+
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I'm a little disappointed with the NTIA's webcasting of the Community Broadband Forums thus far. No live captions, and we are yet to see an archive of the Digital New England. 
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), as part of its BroadbandUSA initiative will hold a one-day regional broadband Workshop, “California Broadband Workshop,” to help communities expand their ...
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Recommend the infrastructure & competition discussion starting around 7:01:29 and continuing through the Q&A

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"Once started you will have 2,555 days to watch this video". Yep 7 years should cover it.! Full tilt!
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One wonders if this isn't something that should be done via the IETF.
:: Email. The modern working world cannot exist without it, but hackers exploit this vital service to steal money and valuable information. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is tackling this threat with two new projects. hand on keyboard Credit: ©Fotolia.com NIST is publishing a draft document for comment that provides guidelines to enhance trust in email. And the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is seeking collaborators to provide products and expertise to demonstrate a secure, standards-based email system using commercially available software and other tools. In the early, halcyon days of the Internet, researchers were more interested in sharing information rather than securing it. Now, decades later, securing the world’s most widely used medium for business communication is a full-time job for researchers and IT specialists around the globe. “The two main threats to current email services are phishing and leaking confidential information,” explains computer scientist Scott Rose. In phishing, hackers use forged emails to trick email users to unknowingly provide valuable data such as bank account numbers. In other scams, addressees are lured into clicking on a link that downloads malicious code, which can home in on an organization’s most valuable data like a heat-seeking missile or steal personal information. Hackers can also intercept email messages to learn an organization’s proprietary information, or tamper with the information in the message before it is delivered to the recipient. In the draft Trustworthy Email (NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-177), authors provide an overview of existing technologies and best practices, and they offer deployment guidance to meet federal government security requirements. Emerging protocols to make email security and privacy easier for end users also are described. While there are two basic threats to email, there are multiple ways to exploit both, Rose says. Trustworthy Email suggests solutions to address all common exploits. To reduce the risk of spoofing, for example, the authors suggest that organizations use techniques to authenticate domain names used to send emails, and that employees or members digitally sign email. For confidential email, organizations can encrypt email between sender and receiver or secure the transmission between email servers. Trustworthy Email is written for enterprise email administrators, information security specialists and network managers. The document applies to federal IT systems, but can be used in other organizations. The publication is designed to complement NIST’s earlier document, Guidelines on Electronic Mail Security, NIST SP 800-45 version 2. The authors seek input on the draft document. The deadline for comments on Trustworthy Email, SP 800-177, is November 30, 2015. Please send any questions or comments to sp800-177@nist.gov. At the same time, the NCCoE is seeking collaborators to provide products and technical expertise during a project that will demonstrate a secure email system. The NCCoE’s Domain Name System (DNS) Based Secured Email project will lead to a publicly available NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide. The guide will explain how to employ and build a platform to meet federal and industry security and privacy requirements using commercially available tools and components. More information is available in a recent white paper. If you are interested in participating, details are provided in Federal Register Notice Document 2015-25304. Letters of interest will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Those selected to participate will enter into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with NIST. The NCCoE is a partnership of NIST, the State of Maryland and Maryland's Montgomery County. The center is dedicated to furthering rapid adoption of practical, standards-based cybersecurity solutions for businesses and public organizations using commercially available and open-source technologies.
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I had a problem yesterday. I scheduled a live event but didn't specify ingestion settings in advance as I wasn't sure how much of a pipe there'd be.

Then when I went to connect at the event (livestream studio) I  got the error  'please set bitrate in ingestion'. So I went and did that. But the error kept coming. I changed it, resaved, error. Over and over.

Eventually I had to set up a new event. Worked fine.

But the original url had been widely promoted, so it was a mess.

Anyway I learnt my lesson. Set that ingestion well ahead of time and test it.
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I hate the lessons that people can see as they're learned... sorry that happen to you, +Joly MacFie.
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00:21 Disrupt Harlem
http://disruptharlem.org/
07:48 CitizenFour, Snowden & Surveillance
http://youtu.be/XiGwAvd5mvM
16:20 Digital Divide Project
http://ddpny.org
24:32 Wikipedia - Black Lives Matter Editathon
http://www.nypl.org/blog/2015/02/05/black-life-matters-wikipedia
33:11 ICANN - Fadi Chehade on engaging China in Internet Governance.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhFk-fcuTEM
50:25 Rainbow Push Wall Street Summit report
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Royir2r5MBk
43:25 Selma & Social Media
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6t7vVTxaic

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Nice place. The food is probably good but we never did taste it since, when after over 40 mins our brunch hadn't arrived, we bailed. They did comp us our drinks.
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