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L Jean Camp
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Today I was glitter-bombed by a Marine FBI investigator in Syria. Well, actually, I got some fraudster thrown off a dating site for asking me for money. Turns out he was not really a Marine doing highly classified investigations deployed in Syria! Gosh! Who could have figured that one out! Well, not everyone people because his account was not a new one. I do talk to fraudsters until they ask for money, because the red flags are not obvious to everyone. Apparently some people do buy iTunes gift cards for our secret FBI Marines in Syria. Poor souls. I otoh document confidence schemes. I thought this was a funny response because, you know, super tough "FBI investigator Marine in Syria" sends glitter bomb from Syracuse. Poor work study. Poor cleaning staff. But still kind of funny.
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I'm unsurprised there is a glitter bomb as a service (https://shipyourenemiesglitter.com). But disappointed that it lacks an API and gift cards.
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The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) accepting applications for the IGF Ambassadors programme.  A great opportunity for graduate students and young professionals.
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"The coalition, which is backed by the United States, has consistently denied the accusations." There is no excuse for this US policy. It is against all of our interests.
 
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said he removed a Saudi-led coalition that is bombing Yemen from a list of children’s rights violators after the Saudis threatened to withhold funding.
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Standards are needed for X.509 certs for banks, they are less secure than content & shopping sites: http://techscience.org/a/2016041501/
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I closed my +Citibank US account because they only allowed 12 characters for a password. And no special characters..

+Deutsche Bank AG are not much better.

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Prof. Hill on what is unique about IU!

http://research.indiana.edu/2016/04/raquel-hill/
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Me, Steve Myers, Ryan Henry are hiring a project manager working on a five year Internet of Things privacy and security project. Our colleagues in this project are Yoshi Kohno, Shwetak Patel are the lead in UW. XiaoFeng Wang is the joint Center Security Informatics lead with me here at IU. We want someone to make this job their own - to help us logistics, planning, results and visibility. At the least we need an assistant, at the best we are hoping for a partner. These job descriptions do not quite capture the range of possibilities in this position. It is a position with a potentially large leadership, innovation, and out-facing components. Bring your own vision to the the application!
https://iujobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/28213
The majority of the Web/Technical Project Manager’s time is focused on web production and management of web content as well as software and hardware development for supporting researchers in the development of artifacts and projects. In addition to these technical duties this position will be responsible for tracking, reporting and disseminating various project information to a variety of audiences and agencies. Communication and reporting wil...
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IEEE P7000™, Model Process for Addressing Ethical Concerns During System Design Working Group. The goal of this Standard Project is to establish a process model by which engineers and technologists can address ethical considerations throughout the various stages of system initiation, analysis and design. Expected process requirements include management and engineering views of new IT product development, computer ethics and IT system design, value-sensitive design, and stakeholder involvement in ethical IT system design.
https://standards.ieee.org/develop/project/7000.html
Engineers, technologists and other project stakeholders need a methodology for identifying, analyzing and reconciling ethical concerns of end users at the beginning of systems and software life cycles. The purpose of this standard is to enable the pragmatic application of this type of ...
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Request For Information on Artificial Intelligence by the OSTP in the White House. It closes July 22.
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Political boundaries change based on IP request of world maps.  Big data and big disputes: http://jebruner.com/2016/06/geopolitical-hedging-as-a-service/
Seen from the United States, Kashmir is a complex web of dotted lines that describe more a century of political and military conflict between India, Pakistan, and China. Seen from India, that boundary is decidedly less nuanced: it's a solid line that puts the entire disputed territory inside India. From China, the boundary is different and, of course, it favors China. Google and Microsoft have found themselves embroiled in some awkward geopoli...
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The Berkman Assembly Pilot Program 2017
Calling Developers and Tech Industry Professionals
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is excited to announce the Berkman Assembly, an innovative pilot program that will experiment with different modes of education, collaboration, and development to work towards solving some of the tough problems at the intersections of code and policy in digital security. Deadline to apply July 15.

http://berkmanassembly.org/
The Berkman Assembly is an intensive professional development opportunity for developers and tech industry professionals. Participants come together for a rigorous three-week course at Harvard Law School led by Internet luminaries, followed by a twelve-week collaborative sprint to build the future of Internet security.
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My VW bug is convertible so it is exposed to road dust inside and out. It was a mess. Right now it is spotless! Thank you also for being so gracious about drop-off and pick up. One of my colleagues in the hall asked why I was so happy and energetic the end of the week. So I felt it was only fair to post this review. :-)
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They will just sit on your phone. I was not given the option of prepaying for the part, apparently this is what happens in theory but not in practice. So if you really do not care how long you do not have your phone, this is the place for you. Otherwise, find somewhere else.
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I recommend these guys *enthusiastically*. It is never a good thing to have to need repair, so that I am happy after having someone smash my parked car into near oblivion is pretty remarkable. They identify the mechanical as well as the body problems. Your car looks good, and you know you are safe when you drive off. The repair was on time and under budget. You will pleased if you pick Quality Collision.
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I ordered two additional keys for my VW convertible after I had misplaced one. Keys have to be added to the car by a dealer. The keys and programming were $250. I gave them the original key, they had the two new ones. The key programming was such that the next day the car would not start. I had to have it *towed*. They damaged the electrical system so that somehow the driver side car window would spontaneously roll down, rarely the passenger side, and there were other little oddities. They took apart all three keys, managed to make one work, and returned my car with electrical damage and one working key. They charged me labor for all of this, over $900. So, in trying to ensure I had a spare key, I spend over a thousand dollars ended up with one key and electrical damage. If my care needs work it goes to MicroMotors. If I need a dealer, I drive to Indianapolis. I went to Dreyer for work, and have had quite competent service. Royal's level of incompetence, bovine indifference to damage, and unyielding insistence that I paid for time it took to damage my car was unique in my life experience. Avoid these people like the plague.
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I have dealt with Village Realty on vacations that have been completely drama-free and vacations with rebooking, Internet interruptions, and travel delays. It is easy to find a realty company that you want to work with when everything goes smoothly. When you vacation and travel start to go bad, or if there is a problem in the house, that is where you determine the quality of the company. Village Realty is high quality company. I am happy to recommend them. We have rented a house in OBX every year for twenty years. We *always* search Village Realty first.
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They fixed my boots while I waited. They did excellent work. I recommend them enthusiastically.
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The guacamole is very good. Every thing else is basically disgusting. It is covered in sour cream to cover the incredibly low quality. I cannot begin to express how inedible the enchiladas are, and the chicken requires serious investment to cut. If you want alot of tequila such that you are beyond tasting the food, this is the place for you. The sangria is cooking brandy, bitter vinegar red wine, and chopped apples as garnish on top. In a word, "vile".
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