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July 2014

NSA uses Google cookies to pinpoint targets for hacking - The Washington Post

by sbrothier (via)
The National Security Agency is secretly piggybacking on the tools that enable Internet advertisers to track consumers, using "cookies" and location data to pinpoint targets for government hacking and to bolster surveillance.

Blog nouvelles technologies

by crypticcyco
Le nouveau blog dédié à l'actualité des nouvelles technologies en Suisse

Net Threats | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project

by sbrothier
Because of governance issues (and the international implications of the NSA reveals), data sharing will get geographically fragmented in challenging ways. The next few years are going to be about control. — DANAH BOYD

June 2014

Huge Win For Internet Privacy! - YouTube

by sbrothier
The Supreme Court threw Stephen Harper and Company a curve this week when Justice Thomas Cromwell and the court issued a strong endorsement of Internet privacy, emphasizing the privacy importance of subscriber information, the right to anonymity, and the need for police to obtain a warrant for subscriber information

Informatique : rapport Nora - Vidéo

by sbrothier
Dans le prolongement de la remise au président ce jour, du rapport Nora intitulé "L'informatisation de la société ou la télématique" (rapport écrit par Simon NORA et Alain MINC), ce reportage est consacré à la télématique (informatique et telecommunication) et ses différentes implications. Explication de François de Closets sur des animations et des images d'illustration : évocation de la communication à distance via des satellites et de la fusion de plusieurs techniques via un seul et unique réseau. Ce rapport évoque également les problèmes inhérents à ces changements : l'emploi, la centralisation des informations, l'autonomie individuelle.

This Guy Tried To Group Text 32 Tinder Matches And Failed Miserably (Photos)

by sbrothier
Either this dude has no idea how group messages on iPhones work or he genuinely didn’t care that 32 of his Tinder girls were going to see that he sent the same message to each of them. For his sake, I hope it’s the first one. “Joshua” must have been incredibly lazy that day because it appears he sent a mass text to every female he right-swiped. I mean, maybe he was just bored and looking for some innocent companionship, but — no, I really can’t justify this guy if I tried. This is just weird.

Un projet d'Internet par radio FM

by Giraultises (via)
AirChat est un projet développé par Lulz Labs (Groupe d'Anonymous) qui est dédié à la mise en place d'outils de communication basé sur les bandes libres FM. Jusqu’à présent, Lulz Lab a pu jouer à des jeux interactifs d’échecs avec des personnes situées à plus de 200 kilomètres de distance. « Nous avons partagé des photos et établies des chats chiffrés. Nous avons pu aussi lancer une impression 3D sur des distances de 80 miles (128km) et transmis des dossiers médicaux à des distances de plus de 100 miles (160km). » Bref en grand bravo et une bonne chance pour la suite !

Ars tests Internet surveillance—by spying on an NPR reporter | Ars Technica

by sbrothier
For one week, while Henn researched a story, he allowed himself to be watched—acting as a stand-in, in effect, for everyone who uses Internet-connected devices. How much of our lives do we really reveal simply by going online?

Mort sur Internet

by gregg
Une liste des personnalités touchées par une rumeur de décès sur Internet.

Web browsing is copyright infringement, publishers argue | Ars Technica

by sbrothier
"Despite the ruling, one cannot overstate how irrational this case was to begin with. It’s hard to believe the question at stake was whether browsing the Internet is legal or not," said Jakob Kucharczyk, the Brussels director for the Computer & Communications Industry Association.

The Internet With A Human Face - Beyond Tellerrand 2014 Conference Talk

by gregg & 2 others
I'm tired of being scared of what the web is going go look like tomorrow.

The Internet in Real-Time

by sbrothier & 2 others
The Internet in Real-Time How Quickly Data is Generated

News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier | Media | The Guardian

by sbrothier
News is bad for your health. It leads to fear and aggression, and hinders your creativity and ability to think deeply. The solution? Stop consuming it altogether

May 2014

The Internet With A Human Face - Beyond Tellerrand 2014 Conference Talk

by night.kame & 2 others

It's not just possible, but fairly common for someone to visit a Google website from a Google device, using Google DNS servers and a Google browser on the way.

This is a level of of end-to-end control that would have caused us to riot in the streets if Microsoft had attempted it in 1999. But times have changed.

Le pseudo-geek qui urinait sur Microsoft lèche aujourd'hui les pieds de Google. Le pseudo-geek préfère le monstre au maladroit.

Can the internet make TV less boring? | The Verge

by sbrothier (via)
On a warm night in New York last week, advertisers and content producers huddled together into a huge white tent beside the Metropolitan Opera House to watch Yahoo unveil its first TV-length original web series. Purple lights and plastic champagne flutes were everywhere, and everyone in attendance seemed to know that Yahoo's event on Monday, along with about a dozen others that would occur that week, was part of the start of something huge. Yahoo was there to cap off the first night of the annual NewFronts, a series of casually linked events where new media companies attempt to woo advertisers and producers with their platforms and shows — and critically, do so just weeks before traditional TV networks host similar events of their own.

Web design as troll: how The Verge Fanboys piece taunted the internet | Vox Product Blog

by sbrothier
How do you speak to a group of extremely passionate people? What kind of design would speak to them? When Joshua Topolsky approached us about creating three different layouts in the style of three mobile UI’s we were initially torn. Something about mimicking the UI of phones didn’t feel original. But more importantly, it presented a problem of presentation. There was an inherent a UX problem to solve: do you offer presentation options or do you trick the user? We decided to troll.

What Television Will Look Like in 2025, According to Netflix | Business | WIRED

by sbrothier
In the future, Netflix will know exactly what you want to watch, even before you do. You won’t have to spend all that time browsing through endless lists of shows on your television.

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