If you use the Internet, you’re the subject of hundreds of experiments at any given time, on every site.
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nasdaq:

General Motors launched a $130 million data center modeled after Facebook and Google — CEO Dan Akerson says, “If we are going to win, we must turn IT into a competitive advantage and not treat it as something that is just a utility.” Read more from The Wall Street Journal blog post, here.

nasdaq:

General Motors launched a $130 million data center modeled after Facebook and Google — CEO Dan Akerson says, “If we are going to win, we must turn IT into a competitive advantage and not treat it as something that is just a utility.” Read more from The Wall Street Journal blog post, here.

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The executive branch will not eavesdrop on the computer keystrokes and Internet use of members of Congress and legislative staff members with security clearances as part of its stepped-up efforts to prevent unauthorized disclosures of classified information, the nation’s top intelligence official told lawmakers on Friday.
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Apologies on the low number of posts these days - serious studying with highlighters and black lights going on for days and days.  -_-
The crazy thought of keeping this going until I get a CCIE drifted into my head, threading through my brain, from ear to ear.
Must be the brain damage

Apologies on the low number of posts these days - serious studying with highlighters and black lights going on for days and days.  -_-

The crazy thought of keeping this going until I get a CCIE drifted into my head, threading through my brain, from ear to ear.

Must be the brain damage

A national lawyers group has drafted a fresh road map for lawmakers across the nation that, if enacted by individual states, would change how survivors gain entry to the “digital assets” of the dead — potentially detouring the age-old, legal blockades used by various social sites. The plan, passed Wednesday by the Uniform Law Commission, would allow family trustees to sign onto the emails of those they’ve lost in order to mop up lingering money matters as well as enter social media platforms to shutter pages that often become unwanted memorials.
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First, the robots came for the switchboard operators. Then, the chauffeurs. Now, it looks like the ink-stained journalist is next on the list.
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