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Gov. Malloy: CT will accept Syrian refugees following Paris attacks

Gov. Malloy: CT will accept Syrian refugees following Paris attacks

Happy Birthday to the project Ronning Against Cancer (Monday, July 10th 2017)! From  Super Professeur, Ronald Tintin - SuperProfesseur.com : spécialiste du soutien scolaire, du coaching,cours en ligne et de la formation professionnelle

Happy Birthday to the project Ronning Against Cancer (Monday, July 10th 2017)! From Super Professeur, Ronald Tintin - SuperProfesseur.com : spécialiste du soutien scolaire, du coaching,cours en ligne et de la formation professionnelle

The U.S. government doesnt know what technology to blame for the Paris attacks First they blamed encryption. Then they wanted websites taken down. Now theyre proposing additional legislation.  Just days after the shocking attacks in Paris there's a new push in Washington to crack down on encryption and other security tools in an effort to prevent future attacks. Members of Congress have proposed mandatory backdoor provisions website shutdowns and expanded surveillance powers. But none of the…

The U.S. government doesn’t know what technology to blame for the Paris attacks

The U.S. government doesnt know what technology to blame for the Paris attacks First they blamed encryption. Then they wanted websites taken down. Now theyre proposing additional legislation. Just days after the shocking attacks in Paris there's a new push in Washington to crack down on encryption and other security tools in an effort to prevent future attacks. Members of Congress have proposed mandatory backdoor provisions website shutdowns and expanded surveillance powers. But none of the…

In the wake of the Paris attacks, Silicon Valley is braced for an onslaught against security, privacy and encryption.

Paris attacks: Silicon Valley in crosshairs over encryption

In the wake of the Paris attacks, Silicon Valley is braced for an onslaught against security, privacy and encryption.

French illustrator Jean Jullien draws witty illustrations that point out our absurd addictions to technology, social media and our smartphones. The artist is famous for mocking our obsession, which cuts us off from the real life, leaving us alienated and lonely. Besides his satire, Jullien also uses social networks as a political platform. He is widely known for creating the "Peace for Paris" symbol which has become a worldwide sign of solidarity with France after the Paris attacks.

How Addiction To Technology Is Taking Over Our Lives In Illustrations By Jean Jullien

French illustrator Jean Jullien draws witty illustrations that point out our absurd addictions to technology, social media and our smartphones. The artist is famous for mocking our obsession, which cuts us off from the real life, leaving us alienated and lonely. Besides his satire, Jullien also uses social networks as a political platform. He is widely known for creating the "Peace for Paris" symbol which has become a worldwide sign of solidarity with France after the Paris attacks.

Apple, Google and Microsoft: weakening encryption lets the bad guys in.  Technology companies respond to post-Paris attack threats to web security and calls for backdoors in encryption from government.

Apple, Google and Microsoft: weakening encryption lets the bad guys in

Apple, Google and Microsoft: weakening encryption lets the bad guys in. Technology companies respond to post-Paris attack threats to web security and calls for backdoors in encryption from government.

Deal-seeking investors push retail stocks higher

Deal-seeking investors push retail stocks higher

Technology: Encrypted Messaging Apps Face New Scrutiny Over Possible Role in Paris Attacks

16 Times Canadians Restored Our Faith In Humanity After The Paris Attacks"

16 Times Canadians Restored Our Faith In Humanity After The Paris Attacks

16 Times Canadians Restored Our Faith In Humanity After The Paris Attacks"

Quinn: After Paris Attacks, Technology is the Scapegoat

Quinn: After Paris Attacks, Technology is the Scapegoat

Predictably, law enforcement officials blame technology and privacy protections for making their jobs stopping terrorist attacks harder.

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