Despite Expert Warnings and Accidents, Elected Officials Still Push for Self-Driving Car Legislation

Despite Expert Warnings and Accidents, Elected Officials Still Push for Self-Driving Car Legislation By B.N. Frank According to many experts, Automated Vehicles won’t necessarily make the roads safer – not by a long shot.  That has not deterred American elected officials who apparently haven’t watched the NOVA video, “Look Who’s Driving” and/or haven’t read recent disturbing reports on Automated Vehicle (AV) (see 1, 2).  Either that – or they simply don’t care that they are risking our lives and limbs by continuing to push for more of these dangerous and…

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PA County Election Turned Into “Nightmare” After Voting Machines Malfunctioned

PA County Election Turned Into “Nightmare” After Voting Machines Malfunctioned By Tyler Durden A couple of minutes after polls closed in Easton, Pennsylvania on Election Day, the chairwoman of the county Republicans, Lee Snover, realized something had gone horribly wrong. When vote totals began to come in for the Northampton County judge’s race, it was obvious there was a problem. The Democratic candidate, Abe Kassis, only had 164 votes out of 55,000 ballots across 100 precincts. In an area where you can vote for a straight party ticket, it was…

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Attention: Smart TV Owners –The FBI Has Some Warnings For You

Attention: Smart TV Owners –The FBI Has Some Warnings For You By B.N. Frank Maybe you should have held on to your box TV after all. From Yahoo: But like anything that connects to the internet, it opens up smart TVs to security vulnerabilities and hackers. Not only that, many smart TVs come with a camera and a microphone. But as is the case with most other internet-connected devices, manufacturers often don’t put security as a priority. That’s the key takeaway from the FBI’s Portland field office, which just ahead…

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Myths, reality and career path to Ethical #hacking and some tips for wanna be ‘haX0rs’

Myths, reality and career path to Ethical Hacking and some tips for wanna be ‘haX0rs’ This piece titled Hacking: Myths and reality of a parallel world’s defence mechanism is virtually a very, very long read and stuffed with ‘gory details’. But after some installments of patient reading I’ve found it was enlightening for me, as a n00b in the world of cybersecurity, and could not resist to share it on Reddit. submitted by /u/puzzlehead_sink to r/cybersecurity [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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