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NHS okays hospitals and doctors storing patient data on public cloud servers

NHS Digital has issued guidance to the independent authorities and businesses that make up the UK's National Health Service, setting out the case for storing extremely sensitive patient data on public cloud servers. The short version is: you can't afford to hire top-notch IT talent, but Amazon and Google can. If you keep storing data locally, it will be breached, compromised by ransomware, etc. But the big cloud services are already figuring out compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation, so if you can hire someone who knows how to use these services (a much more common skill than knowing how to create one from scratch), you will be better protected and in compliance with privacy rules.

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When It Comes to Voice Identification, the “NSA Reigns Supreme”

Americans most regularly encounter this technology, known as speaker recognition, or speaker identification, when they wake up Amazon’s Alexa or call their bank. But a decade before voice commands like “Hello Siri” and “OK Google” became common household phrases, the NSA was using speaker recognition to monitor terrorists, politicians, drug lords, spies, and even agency employees.

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Kentucky governor confirms two dead, multiple injured in school shooting

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin confirmed on Twitter that one person died and several more were injured in a school shooting Tuesday morning.

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DHS is convincing states to lower their BAC limit to 0.05 or one drink

This month the National Academy of Sciences Engineering and Mathematics (NASEM) published a report that encourages states to make it illegal for people to have one drink and drive. The NASEM report titled ‘Getting to Zero Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities’ claims that a person’s ability to operate a motor vehicle begins to deteriorate at a BAC below 0.05 percent and recommends police arrest motorists for consuming one drink.  

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‘Secret society’ within FBI, DOJ trying to take Trump down, Congressman Gowdy claims

House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-South Carolina) claims ‘lost’ text messages between two FBI staffers, disparaging President Trump, reference a “secret society” within the Executive Branch of the US government.

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Bitcoin's high valuation has ruined it as a medium of exchange

Technological limitations in the design of the Bitcoin system means that the network only processes about seven transactions per second, unless you pay someone with a lot of compute-power to log your transaction, currently at the rate of about $20/transaction.

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions interviewed by Mueller's team as part of Russia investigation

Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators have interviewed Attorney General Jeff Sessions in connection with the wide-ranging inquiry into Russia's interference in the 2016 election and whether President Trump sought to obstruct justice, a Justice Department spokesman said Tuesday.

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NYPD Cops Allowed 20 ‘Get Out Of Jail Free’ Cards For Friends And Family Per Year

Officers with the New York City Police Department (“NYPD”) are allotted 20 so-called “get out of jail free cards” per member, according to multiple media reports. The unofficial cards are distributed by various police unions throughout the New York City metropolitan area, including the city’s largest police union, the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (“PBA”).

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"The Whole Town Is Evacuating" - Tsunami Headed For Alaska After 8.2 Magnitude Earthquake

“Based on all available data a tsunami may have been generated by this earthquake that could be destructive on coastal areas even far from the epicenter,” the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said.

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India & Japan combine defense forces in AI, robotics to curb Chinese ambitions

India and Japan have vowed to strengthen their strategic ties by increasing cooperation in the defense, robotics and AI sectors in coming years in response to Chinese regional ambitions and North Korea’s nuclear plans.

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Russian spy ship spotted 100 miles off North Carolina coast

The Russian spy ship, the Viktor Leonov was spotted 100 miles south east of Wilmington, NC in international waters, according to a US military official, just days after the vessel was seen leaving the capital of Trinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain.

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Back to work: Government shutdown ends after Dems relent

President Donald Trump signed a bill reopening the government late Monday, ending a 69-hour display of partisan dysfunction after Democrats reluctantly voted to temporarily pay for resumed operations. The House approved the measure shortly thereafter, and President Donald Trump later signed it behind closed doors at the White House.

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Thousands of New Strzok-Page Text Messages Reference “SECRET SOCIETY” Within DOJ and FBI WORKING AGAINST TRUMP

There is serious talk on Capitol Hill about the appointment of a second special counsel amid several new bombshell revelations swirling around the Trump/Russia probe. First, there are the allegations of shocking and substantial government surveillance abuses under President Obama outlined in the FISA abuse memo. Secondly, the FBI lost five months of key text messages between the anti-Trump/pro-Clinton FBI officials Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page. And now there's talk of a "secret society" of officials within the FBI that apparently met the day after the election of Donald J. Trump to plot against the president-elect.

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Billionaires Stuck: Davos Disrupted By Massive Snowfall, Avalanche Alerts

It's ironic that for a World Economic Forum conference which lists global warming - only in the more politically acceptable phrasing of "Extreme Weather Conditions" - as the top 1 and 2 global risks for 2018, respectively, in terms of likelihood and impact...4

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Las Vegas Update: Irregularities Cause Story Behind Massacre To Stink To High Heaven

Sadly, despite being the worst mass-shooting in U.S. history, the story has long since been abandoned by any traditional media outlets. A slow and ebbing trickle of developments have transpired despite the story dropping off of the radar… For instance, in late December, the chief of the FBI’s Las Vegas office, Aaron Rouse, revealed the agency likely wouldn’t brief the public concerning the massacre until their official report was released sometime around the one-year anniversary of the tragedy.

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GOP Leaders Plot Amnesty in Exchange for National ID

Republican leaders in Congress are once again plotting with Democrats to stab the American people and the U.S. Constitution in the back, on multiple key issues. Under the guise of getting “something” in exchange for providing amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants (and future Democrat voters) in Obama's illegal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the establishment wing of the GOP is pushing a radical longtime goal of the bipartisan Deep State: mandatory national biometric ID cards for all Americans. Privacy and liberty are under serious threat, critics warned.

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Linus Torvalds declares Intel fix for Meltdown/Spectre ‘COMPLETE AND UTTER GARBAGE’

The always outspoken Linus Torvalds, best known for his continuing work on the innermost code of Linux systems, has harsh words to say and accusations to level against Intel.

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Paul Craig Roberts Slams The NSA:

The main function of the National Security Administration is to collect the dirt on members of the house and senate, the staffs, principal contributors, and federal judges. The dirt is used to enforce silence about the crimes of the security agencies.

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Spending Bill Would Give Administration Direct Control Of Surveillance Spending

We've been given six more years of Section 702 collections, thanks to many, many Congressional representatives who just couldn't find it in their hearts to tell the dear old NSA "No." An extension was granted to push the "debate" into 2018, but there was no debate to be had. Instead, oversight committees on both sides of the Congressional aisle used this time to push out zero-reform renewal packages that actually made Section 702 worse.

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Millions paid in secret settlements to keep bad cops on the street

Killed. Beaten. Stalked. More than 200 citizens across the state have been victimized in recent years by out-of-control rogue cops. In many cases, the cops kept their jobs, even got promoted – while tens of millions of your tax dollars kept the abuses quiet. Until now.

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