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.”

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Sony Was Hacked in February and Chose to Stay Silent.

Businesses just can’t afford to ignore security risks.

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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.”

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Facebook Envisions Artificial Intelligence

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

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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?

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