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Information Technology Policy Blog: Location Data and Privacy, Facebook ...

Location Data and Privacy, Facebook and German Privacy Laws, Surveillance Cookies that Won't Die. Some interesting developments this wee

Homeland Security Warns of Java Vulnerability Used for Ransomeware

ZDNet (and all major outlets) covers the Department of Homeland Security warning about the latest Java vulnerability: "We are currently unaw

14 Year Old Blogger and Peace Prize Winner Shot by Taliban

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Wireless Backhaul Technology Improves by Ten Fold

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Technology Product Reviews, Commentary & Evaluations | ZDNet

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Fighting SOPA With a Discussion of the OPEN Piracy Policy

Legislators post text of alternative to SOPA bill online, ask for public comment.

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Al Qaeda Plots Hidden in Porn

German cryptologists have discovered Al Qaeda terror plot plans hidden in pornographic movies. The process is referred to as steganography,

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An enterprising computer scientist, Kurt Grandis, decided to use python and some DIY hardware to build a squirrel scarer for his backyard. T

New Book Chronicles the Warrantless Surveillance Program

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New Tech Observer: NSA Chief Denies Domestic Spying

Alexander said “No,” adding that the “NSA does not have the ability to do that in the United States.” Elaborating, Alexander added: “We don&

Anti-Leak Law Avoids the Problem

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Paramount Pictures Asks Students How to Prevent Piracy: New Tech Observer

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Big Hy - Hollywood Pirate, US Hero

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Google's Eric Schmidt Warns New UN Treaty Will be a Disaster

A new UN treaty could change how the Internet is regulated, Eric Schmidt warns, emphatically, that we'll regret the changes if they happen.

List of Sites Going Dark Today Over SOPA, and How Yours Can Too

Technorati's list of important and popular web sites that have called it quits today, in protest of SOPA. Check back often!

SmartWatch Smashes Funding Records on Kickstarter

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New Tech Observer: Handbook on Mobile Device Privacy in Canada

If you're in Vancouver, BC, handbook author Greg McMullen is giving a talk to officially launch the handbook on Monday, March 5 at 12:30

They stand by their work; I had a ceiling fan and two outlets installed outdoors and there was some miscommunication about what I wanted it to look like. They apologized and came out and fixed it immediately, no hassle. It isn't everyday you find a company with integrity that goes the extra mile to do it right, Bryant is one of those companies.
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reviewed a month ago
Agreed on a price online with the salesman for a Civic LX-p, went and got my own financing for that amount. When it came time to set up delivery of the vehicle, I get a call from another salesperson who first acted like he didn't know what car I wanted or who I had been working with, then told me it would cost another $2500 for the civic I wanted, even though it was listed for the same price on the Web site! Frustrating waste of time.
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reviewed 2 months ago
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