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Derek Bruff

Police need new internet surveillance tools, say chiefs - British Columbia - CBC News - 0 views

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    Warrantless wiretapping in Canada?
Collin Jackson

Cell Phone Data Could Help Clip Malaria Spread - 0 views

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    Using data from cellphone locations in Kenya, analysts are better able to predict how malaria will spread.
Collin Jackson

The Fastest-Ever Random Number Generator Conjures Digits from Subatomic Noise in a Vacuum - 0 views

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    Not directly involving cryptography, but the implications of this definitely affect the field. Now that we have the capability to generate truly random number strings, our ability to encrypt data will improve.
Malak Elmousallamy

Hacked Chamber of Commerce Opposed Cybersecurity Law - 0 views

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    This is another example of the debate on whether security or privacy is more important.
Derek Bruff

This guy suffered an epic hack. - 1 views

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    Wow, poor guy. Time to update my passwords.
dumessn

5 Essential Privacy Tools For The Next Crypto War - Forbes - 5 views

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    Gives you tools to make sure your information is safe.
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    One word of caution: This piece is from 2012, before we learned what the NSA was up to. It's quite possible that some of these mechanisms are now known to be insecure.
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