Craig Peterson Show Notes December 15, 2014

Do Paperless Airplanes Make sense?

United Airlines buys iPhone 6 Plus for all its flight attendants to handle payments, manuals, emails & more. United Airlines shared that
it has renewed its iPad pilot program which it calls “a move toward  creating paperless aircraft and flight decks.”

Sony Was Hacked in February and Chose to Stay Silent.

Businesses just can’t afford to ignore security risks.

Top ISIS Tweeter? A Food Executive from India.

The man operating the account is an executive in Bangalore called Mehdi who works for an Indian food conglomerate.

In a phone interview, Mehdi said he would have gone to join Islamic State himself, but that he was constrained by his family who are
financially dependent on him: “If I had a chance to leave everything and join them I might have,” he said. But “my family needs me here.”

He tweeted: “Islamic State brought peace, autonomy, zero corruption, low crime-rate.”

Facebook Envisions Artificial Intelligence

That Keeps You From Uploading Embarrassing Pics. No more Drunk Selfies. What else will they find?

No Need for a Driver’s License.

Iowa’s smartphone driver’s license is a big step toward all-digital wallets.

Easy-to-hack? Easier-to-fake?