Drone Laws Are Advancing Nationwide – What You Need To Know
Aug26

Drone Laws Are Advancing Nationwide – What You Need To Know

Robots in the Sky: Cracking Down on Drone Law (via Intella...

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Google’s Tracking You – Google Air Traffic Control – Massive Breach of Intelligence – Show Notes
Aug01

Google’s Tracking You – Google Air Traffic Control – Massive Breach of Intelligence – Show Notes

Creepy? Don’t Remember Where You Went Last Night? Google Might. In a blog post Tuesday, Google product manager Gerard Sanz shed light on a feature called Your Timeline, which the company has started to introduce to its Android and desktop users. Using data taken from your devices’ Google account sign-ons, Your Timeline lets you look, step by step, at your entire Google Maps location history. If you use Google Photos, Your...

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Car Hacking: What Every Driver Needs to Know – Air Traffic Control for Drones – Show Notes
Jul25

Car Hacking: What Every Driver Needs to Know – Air Traffic Control for Drones – Show Notes

Car Hacking: What Every Driver Needs to Know – Including a Complete Remote Takeover of a Jeep Two hackers were able to take control of a connected Jeep Cherokee from their living room as a Wired reporter, who agreed to be their test case, drove the SUV down the highway at 70 mph, according to the article. “Rushing to roll out the next big thing, automakers have left cars unlocked to hackers and data-trackers,”...

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Millennial Employees Security – iPhone 6s Will Be Biggest Success Ever – Apple Pay Not Popular
Jun12

Millennial Employees Security – iPhone 6s Will Be Biggest Success Ever – Apple Pay Not Popular

Report: Millennial Employees the Biggest Threat to Network Security Millennials are tremendously comfortable with, and active users of, great amounts of social media—but unfortunately, do not often do so with the proper security precautions, which can lead to data breaches. Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers do pose a higher risk in one category: accessing work information from their own devices. Nearly 50 percent of these groups access work...

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Amazon Testing New Drones – New Limits on ISPs – Brain Implants Give Paralyzed Movement
May24

Amazon Testing New Drones – New Limits on ISPs – Brain Implants Give Paralyzed Movement

Amazon Gets Permission to Test Drones The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has once again granted Amazon permission to test drones for commercial use, this time expediting the request. The FAA says Amazon can test drones for delivery as long as it limits altitude to 400 feet and speed to 100 miles per hour. Eventually, the web retailer hopes to use commercial drones to deliver packages to customers at a distance of 10 miles or...

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Finally, an FAA Panel Agrees That Our eDevices Won’t Crash Planes

There’s no harm in continuing to listen to music, watch movies, read e-books and otherwise enjoy “airplane mode” activities on electronic devices during takeoff and landing, according to an advisory committee appointed by the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA). The committee submitted a report to the FAA this week, recommending the agency ease restrictions on use of electronic devices when a plane is below 10,000 feet,...

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