nsa css 3 16 policy manual

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ok i cant get my java sript menu to go down could some one help index.html //variables var STYLE1 = {border:0, shadow:3, color:{border:"#666666", shadow:"#DBD8D1", bgON:"#F8FF9F", bgOVER:"#E8FB00", imagebg:"#DBD8D1", oimagebg:"#B6BDD2"}, css:{ON:'clsCMOn', OVER:'clsCMOver'}}; //menu items var MENU_ITEMS = [ {pos:[20, 19], size:[26, 114], itemoff:[25, 0], leveloff:[0, 0], delay:600, imgsize:[16, 16], arrsize:[16, 16], style:STYLE1}, {code:"Home", url:"index.html"}, {code:"Online Store", sub:[ {size:[25, ...
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Quote: Ever since the news hit about the NSA PRISM surveillance program in the United States, many people have become much more concerned about what exactly search engines are tracking about them. Although Google, Bing, and Yahoo have stringent privacy policies, there have been enough people worried that they have begun looking at alternative search engines, particularly so-called “private search engines.” DuckDuckGo is probably the best-known of the private search engines, and as a result it has ...
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For your reading enjoyment, Asa (Mozilla staff member) suggests Firefox users should consider replacing their search from Google to Bing. http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/asa/ If privacy is of concern, perhaps SE's that offer SSL are a good option such as: https://ssl.scroogle.org/ [or] https://us2.ixquick.com/eng/ They promote that your IP address is not recorded. What I take away from all this is if bad press for G, B or any SE goes viral, perhaps we'll all be optimizing the "most secure" SE provider a ...
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The duck is getting some traffic. Quote: Ever since the news hit about the NSA PRISM surveillance program in the United States, many people have become much more concerned about what exactly search engines are tracking about them. Although Google, Bing, and Yahoo have stringent privacy policies, there have been enough people worried that they have begun looking at alternative search engines, particularly so-called “private search engines.” Continued at: ...
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For your reading enjoyment, Asa (Mozilla staff member) suggests Firefox users should consider replacing their search from Google to Bing. http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/asa/ If privacy is of concern, perhaps SE's that offer SSL are a good option such as: https://ssl.scroogle.org/ [or] https://us2.ixquick.com/eng/ They promote that your IP address is not recorded. What I take away from all this is if bad press for G, B or any SE goes viral, perhaps we'll all be optimizing the "most secure" SE provider a ...
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French Condemn Surveillance by NSA The French government castigated the United States on Monday for carrying out extensive electronic eavesdropping within France,the latest diplomatic backlash against the National Security. Watch All Is Lost Online Watch Carrie Online Watch The Fifth Estate Online Watch 12 Years a Slave Online Watch Escape Plan Online Watch Kill Your Darlings Online Watch Inside Llewyn Davis Online Watch Dragon Ball Z Battle of Gods Online Watch Battle of the Year Online Watch Insidious 2 ...
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New slides, allegedly, from the NSA, describe Steve Jobs as Big Brother and his Apple users as his mindless zombie counterparts. I hate conspiracy theories so lets make this brief, anyone could have made these slides and released them, and as with all leaked NSA slides they look like crap. Also, just so we're on the same page, I do believe the NSA exists and is a powerful organization, but I don't like these articles about the slides. How many garbage powerpoint presentations can one 'top secret' ...
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/02/03/AR2010020304057_pf.html Is anyone else really scared by this? I mean Google: the biggest information network in the world, teaming up with NSA the most advanced internet security surveillance organization in the world? No matter how much Google will not be thinking this will put their information at risk NSA will potentially have access to all of that information. Well, Andy Beal over at Marketing Pilgrim isn't happy about it. This is the sort ...
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U.S. National Security Agency: We Heart Android FTA: "Now, though, a new fork of the mobile operating system--built to be ultra-secure--is in the wild and was built by the U.S. Defense Department's National Security Agency (NSA)." Looks like they are adding SELinux extensions to android Awesome, I've wanted something like this for a long time. Hope it get/keeps traction. A little misleading though.
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Instagram has stated in a blog post that it will begin sharing user data between Instagram and Facebook as part of its new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Scheduled to go into effect on January 16, this further integration of the two services will not only help on the battle of spam and bugs, but will open the gate to more features for use with the two services. When a service announces plans to update their privacy policy, it's often accompanied with an irrational fear by its users. This case is no ...
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