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Here's a Map of Everything on the Internet
Science & Tech  (tags: world, internet, computer, Connectivity, society, World Wide Web )

Darren
- 4 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
The image was created by John Matherly, founder of Shodan, a search engine for connected devices. He pinged every device online, then mapped the location of the ones that responded. . .
You Can't Change the Color of Facebook - It's a Virus
Science & Tech  (tags: internet, computers, discovery, Gizmos, investigation, safety, society, technology, world, virus, malware )

Frank
- 16 days ago - money.cnn.com
"A scam app claiming that it can change the color of your Facebook profile page actually loads malware onto your smartphone or computer."- money.cnn.com
Anti Gravity Secrets of Building the Pyramids - Coral Castle in Florida, - Edward Leedskalnin   video
Science & Tech  (tags: research, performance, science, scientists, society, interesting, internet, investigation, medicine, nasa, news, NewTechnology, safety, space, study, tech, technology, world )

Stargazer
- 50 days ago - youtube.com
"I have discovered the secrets of the pyramids, and have found out how the Egyptians and the ancient builders in Peru, Yucatan, and Asia, with only primitive tools, raised and set in place blocks of stone weighing many tons!"
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Support the Beagle Freedom Bill
Science & Tech  (tags: tax-payer funded laboratories, the dogs and cats for public adoption, through rescue organizations, test cosmetics, pharmaceutical drugs, household products, often very painful, activists, violence, americans, murder, health, internet, sadness, dogs, de )

Kelly
- 77 days ago - beaglefreedomproject.org
Beagle Freedom Project's important legislative push to enact laws that would ensure research facilities can give dogs used in laboratory testing a chance at a life after research.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Facebook: Do Not Release Your New App Feature That Listens to Users' Conversations.
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, society, internet, privacy, Privacy Rights, NewTechnology )

Cal
- 96 days ago - action.sumofus.org
Facebook just announced a new feature to its app, which will let it listen to our conversations through our own phones' microphone. Talk about a Big Brother move.
White House's 'Identity Ecosystem' Spurs Suspicion of National ID Registry
Science & Tech  (tags: Information Technology, Intelligence, Internet, Law, Politics, SciTech, USA )

Ray
- 118 days ago - rt.com
The US government is reportedly considering a so-called "Identity Ecosystem" that, while promising to save time and money, has already riled privacy advocates worried about the government having too much biometric information at its disposal.
Stand With Joe on Net Neutrality
Science & Tech  (tags: net neutrality, Internet, petitions, videos )

Freya
- 123 days ago - act.boldprogressives.org
On MTV in 2007, Barack Obama told Joe Niederberger that he'd defend Net Neutrality. Now, a new FCC Chair threatens to let cable and phone companies create an Internet fast lane for big corporations and a slow lane for everyone else.
Internet Explorer Users Risk Having Their Computers Taken Over
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, Hacking, Internet, Security, USA )

Ray
- 126 days ago - rt.com
A major security flaw affecting several versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser was discovered over the weekend, and the percentage of computer users that could be compromised by the exploit is absolutely staggering.
Tech Infographic of the Week: How Does Satellite Internet Work?
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, concept, design, interesting, internet, investigation, NewTechnology, performance, research, science, space, technology )

Frans
- 129 days ago - industrytap.com
there are a LOT of zips and zaps that take place to bring the Web from us to you in a flash....
It's the 'Worst' Science Paper Ever -- Filled With Plagiarism and Garble -- and Journals Are Clamouring to Publish It
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, research, science journals, ethics, dishonesty, society, investigation, internet, interesting )

Carrie
- 130 days ago - news.nationalpost.com
When scientists make discoveries, they publish their results in academic journals. The journals review the discovery with independent experts, and if everything checks out they publish the work.
New FCC 'Net Neutrality' Proposal Could Make Some Traffic Less Neutral Than Others
Science & Tech  (tags: Internet, net neutrality, votes )

Freya
- 131 days ago - news.msn.com
The Wall Street Journal reports the FCC will propose new rules on Thursday that will " allow broadband providers to give some traffic preferential treatment." Reuters reports the FCC will vote on the new rules on May 15.
NHS Care.Data Information Scheme 'Mishandled'
Science & Tech  (tags: Internet, Data, Technology, Article 8, ECHR, Health Care, NHS )

Ray
- 134 days ago - bbc.co.uk
The chair of the panel set up to advise the NHS and ministers on the governance of patient information has told the BBC the Care.data programme was mishandled.
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Stop Shielding Controversial Animal Researchers
Science & Tech  (tags: Florida House of Representatives, animal researchers, University of Florida contributed, much of the language included in the bil, conservation, ecosystems, endangered, healthconditions, nature, wildlife, science, politics, protection, world, governmen )

Kelly
- 140 days ago - forcechange.com
Photo credit: Skamnelis via Wikimedia Commons~A bill currently being considered by the Florida House of Representatives seeks to hide the identities of animal researchers engaged in controversial animal research projects.
Do Your Bit to Help Bumblebees, Our Humble Pollinators
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, bumblebees, bumblebeewatch.org., crops, environment, interesting, internet, news, research, science, University of Ottawa, Wildlife Preservation Canada, Xerces Society )

Kayleen
- 169 days ago - sciencenews.org
Bumblebee populations are declining, and scientists don't have enough data to pinpoint conservation efforts. They need you to photograph bumblebees to help locate and identify them, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
 

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