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16/08/2018 | US - Google tracks your movements, like it or not
Ryan Nakashima | AP
SAN FRANCISCO — Google wants to know where you go so badly that it records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to. ...
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16/08/2018 | US - Cybersecurity: Campaigns and candidates still easy prey for hackers
Martin Matishak | Politico.com
The Democrats' cyber-trauma of 2016 has inspired increased awareness — and some paranoia — about digital security. But experts say it's not enough. ...
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13/08/2018 | 5 PLA Navy Projects to Watch in the Next 5 Years
Rick Joe | The Diplomat
5 major Chinese naval projects likely to emerge within the next five years. ...
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12/08/2018 | ¿Nativos o náufragos digitales? Los desafíos de la generación ‘nacida’ en internet
El País Staff | El País (Es)
Esta denominación es utilizada para los niños que crecieron a la par de la tecnología. Sin embargo, los expertos prefieren llamarlos por otro nombre, uno que increpa directamente a los padres. ...
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12/08/2018 | The Zetas, Drug Money and the Colom Campaign in Guatemala
Steven Dudley | Insightcrime.org
In the first of three articles concerning illicit political contributions in Guatemala, we look at the 2007 presidential campaign of Álvaro Colom. Colom, the bookish former head of a prominent development agency, won the election with help from dubious operatives such as Obdulio Solórzano, who allegedly secured financial support from Mexican and Guatemalan organized crime groups. This story tracks Solórzano’s rise and his ignominious, bloody fall. ...
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05/08/2018 | US - Facebook says efforts to subvert upcoming US elections resemble ¨new arms race¨
Joseph Fitsanakis | Intelnews.org
Facebook has said it is involved in an “arms race” against “bad actors” as it announced on Tuesday the removal of accounts that allegedly tried to subvert the upcoming mid-term elections in the United States. ...
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05/08/2018 | US - A New Broadband Network Is Pitching Surveillance Enhancements to Cops Across the Country.
Simon Davis-Cohen | The Intercept
THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES promise cops the ability to whip out a smartphone, take a snapshot of a passerby, and instantly learn if that person is in an immigration or gang database. ...
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01/08/2018 | UK lawmakers: Tech firms should be made liable for ¨fake news¨ on sites
Alistair Smout | Yahoo News Canada
LONDON - Tech firms like Facebook should be made liable for "harmful and misleading" material on their websites and pay a levy so they can be regulated, British lawmakers said, warning of a crisis in democracy due to misuse of personal data. ...
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01/08/2018 | US - Satellite Imagery + Social Media = A New Way to Spot Emerging Nuclear Threats
Patrick Tucker | Defense One
A research team is training computers to find and fuse clues from wildly different rivers of digital data. ...
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31/07/2018 | Tech - Artificial intelligence: Between myth and reality
Jean-Gabriel Ganascia | Modern Diplomacy
Are machines likely to become smarter than humans? No, says Jean-Gabriel Ganascia: this is a myth inspired by science fiction. The computer scientist walks us through the major milestones in artificial intelligence (AI), reviews the most recent technical advances, and discusses the ethical questions that require increasingly urgent answers. ...
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