The Washington Post is reporting the online phone platform Skype has increased its cooperation with law enforcement to give police access to online chats and other user data, including credit card numbers and addresses. Skype has had a reputation as a highly secure platform used around the world by activists seeking to avoid government repression. Its reputation for security stemmed from its strong encryption technology and other features. But authorities had pushed for changes, saying Skype’s security allowed criminals to communicate secretly. Skype’s security changes have been hailed by law enforcement but strongly criticized by anti-surveillance activists.
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From DearMarissaMayer.com and MarketingLand.com,etc to campaign for Marrisa Mayer to imrove Yahoo owned Flickr photos service.
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Originally posted on 21st Century Boy:
by Jake McMillan
When someone sends you a link to a Ukrainian music video, you don’t normally have high expectations, but this one quickly grabbed my attention. Well, after 25 seconds it did. (Note: safe but not recommend for work).
So you can see why it grabbed my attention?
Although, my one complaint is that it is not very realistic. I mean, two women walk through a shopping mall and don’t buy a single thing, when does that happen in real life?
Although the video successfully grabs your attention visually, I have to confess that I really quite liked the track. I have no idea what any of the words mean, although the title ‘Verevki’ means ‘Ropes’ I believe.
When I try to sing along to the opening verse, this is what I sing:
‘Xarn and Zippy are really not happy while they shoot Godzilla,
They’re groaning while they…
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Originally posted on Libyan Free Press:
Reporter-cameraman Abdelqadir Fassouk and cameraman Yusuf Badi, who work for the Misrata-based rat Tobacts TV station, disappeared on Saturday near Bani Walid, one of the Jamahiriya’s remaining strongholds where residents remain loyal to revolutionary leader Muammar Gaddafi.
They had been covering Libya’s sham elections for a 200-seat national assembly in the western town of Mizdah and were on their way back to their TV station when contact with them was lost.
They have been held since 7 July, the day of nationwide parliamentary elections which they had gone to cover in Bani Walid for Tobacts TV, a station based in Misrata, 100 km north of Bani Walid.
The July 7 elections were boycotted by the majority of Libyan people, with only the recent arrivals from overseas participating.
A quarter of the population have been displaced into other countries as refugees from the occupation regime, while tens of thousands remain…
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