Bloomberg News reports that the NSA knew about the existence of a flaw in websit…

Bloomberg News reports that the NSA knew about the existence of a flaw in websites for at least two years and had been using the bug as a means of gathering information and intelligence on people. As NSA-Heartbleed Story Deepens, Silicon Valley Prepares For A More Extended Battle www.occupy.com In San Francisco and the Bay Area especially, the Heartbleed bug has put the issue of privacy and online security at the forefront of Internet activism.

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#Heartbleed: el nombre del fallo de seguridad más impresionante en la historia d…

#Heartbleed: el nombre del fallo de seguridad más impresionante en la historia de Internet ‘Heartbleed’: el nombre del fallo de seguridad más impresionante en la historia de Internet -…

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NokiaConnects with Random Acts of Kindness at Social Media Week 2011
NokiaConnects with Random Acts of Kindness at Social Media Week 2011 NokiaConnects with Random Acts of Kindness at Social Media Week 2011

Nokia 225, slim, sleek and superb 2.8′ affordable Internet phone, 2Mpx Nokia phone, Nokia phone with Facebook & Twitter apps,Solar energy suit, Phone…

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Even Jeb Bush’s Mom Dissed Him Over His Immigration Comments
Even Jeb Bush’s Mom Dissed Him Over His Immigration Comments Even Jeb Bush’s Mom Dissed Him Over His Immigration Comments

*Over the weekend, Jeb Bush made news by laying out his hypothetical 2016 presidential platform. During an event at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, Texas, the younger Bush suggested that his decision to run for president will hinge on whether he thinks he could avoid “the vortex of a mud fight” with a “hopeful” message. One area in which Bush attempted to distance himself from harder-line conservatives was on immigration…* How are conservatives (with the seeming exception of Rand Paul) reacting to Jeb referring to illegal immigration as an ‘act of love’

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Ukraine Troops, Old Tax Debts, Heartbleed & Pot Vending Machine – TYT140 (April 15, 2014)
Ukraine Troops, Old Tax Debts, Heartbleed & Pot Vending Machine – TYT140 (April 15, 2014) Ukraine Troops, Old Tax Debts, Heartbleed & Pot Vending Machine – TYT140 (April 15, 2014)

TYT140 – A Lot of News in a Little Time Top stories for April 15, 2014: – Ukraine moves troops into eastern region to root out separatists (full story here: ) – Social Security Administration will not pursue taxpayers’ longstanding debts (full story here: ) – Heartbleed fix may slow the Internet (full story here: ) – April 15 is Tax Day (full story here: ) – Colorado pot dispensary unveils new cannabis vending machine (full story here: ) Host: Dave Rubin @RubinReport Dave’s wardrobe provided by Combatant Gentlemen. Check out great suits, shirts and more AND get a free tie with your next purchase right here: Script: Malcolm Fleschner @CultureShlock Jimmy Dore @Jimmy_Dore Graphics: Ali Rza @ABCNT1 Andrew Fogel @vonfogel Production Assistant: Ben Tannen @bentannen Director: Mike Scheckles @MikeScheckles Producer: Amir Nikoui @anikoui Check out our playlist here: Follow @TYT140 on Twitter or with the #TYT140 hashtag Check out Dave and subscribe to The Rubin Report here:

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Colorado Town Approves Public Networks

Jim Branscome April 15, 2014 Leaders of Montrose, Colo., a city of 19,000 on the Western Slope, think their economic future is tied to faster Internet connections.

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Google Joins the Kochs in Pumping Funds into the Conservative George Mason University

A new article reveals the notorious university is deep in the pockets of the Internet search giant. Here’s how the free market works.

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How a Comcast-Time Warner Merger Will Make Your Cable and Internet Worse and More Expensive

A closer look at TWC-Comcast reveals their claim of “substantial public interest benefits” is anything but. In February, news broke that cable and Internet giants Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Comcast would be merging, placing a new mega-company in charge of services rendered to their 30 million customers. And neither the Obama administration nor Congress  don’t seem to be raising many red flags.

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Google drones on with Titan atmospheric satellite purchase – corporate
Google drones on with Titan atmospheric satellite purchase – corporate Google drones on with Titan atmospheric satellite purchase – corporate

Google is buying Titan Aerospace, a solar-powered drone company. The purchase – for an undisclosed sum – is part of the internet giant’s strategy of delivering access to the web to remote parts of the world. Titan is developing drones as big as a commercial airliner, which fly at a height of almost 20,000 metres (65,000 feet) and can stay up for as long as five years without ever having to land and refuel.

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How Safe is Your Digital Data From the Heartbleed Bug?

Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent April 15, 2014   Heartbleed is the latest revelation of how computer bugs can be used to steal passwords, credit card information, encryption keys and a multitude of other sensitive data from across the internet without being detected or leaving a trail. Matthew O’Connor, product manager for Google posted : “You may have heard of “Heartbleed,” a flaw in OpenSSL that could allow the theft of data normally protected by SSL/TLS encryption

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