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'If France disposes of Syrian chems, it must recognize Assad' Tags: Syria

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DMiPd6CzFQ

Published on 16 Nov 2013 by RT

France and Belgium are now being touted as possible alternatives to take Syria's chemical weapons after Albania and Norway refused. Foreign affairs journalist and author Robert Harneis explains why Paris would probably have to agree if asked.

 

Cops Can Crack an iPhone In Under Two Minutes Tags: cracking Eavesdropping iphone personal privacy

Cops Can Crack an iPhone In Under Two Minutes

 



From http://classic.slashdot.org/story/12/03/27/212254

Sparrowvsrevolution writes

"Micro Systemation, a Stockholm-based company, has released a video showing that its software can easily bypass the iPhone's four-digit passcode in a matter of seconds. It can also crack Android phones, and is designed to dump the devices' data to a PC for easy browsing, including messages, GPS locations, web history, calls, contacts and keystroke logs. The company's director of marketing says it uses an undisclosed vulnerability in the devices it targets to run a program on the phone that brute-forces its passcode. He says the company's business is 'booming' and that it's sold the devices to law enforcement and military customers in 60 countries. He says Micro Systemation's biggest customer is the U.S. military."

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My comment:

YouTube already deleted that video as you can see when you follow the provided links in the text above.

SiNeh~

 

More 'Free Trade' bullshit revealed - Wikileaks does the work Congress and the media won't Tags: TPP

TPP Exposed: WikiLeaks Publishes Secret Trade Text to Rewrite Copyright Laws, Limit Internet Freedom

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6OZyRQbQ2k

Published on 14 Nov 2013 by democracynow

http://www.democracynow.org - WikiLeaks has published the secret text to part of the biggest U.S. trade deal in history, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). For the past several years, the United States and 12 Pacific Rim nations have been negotiating behind closed doors on the sweeping agreement. A 95-page draft of a TPP chapter released by WikiLeaks on Wednesday details agreements relating to patents, copyright, trademarks and industrial design -- showing their wide-reaching implications for internet services, civil liberties, publishing rights,and medicine accessibility. Critics say the deal could rewrite U.S. laws on intellectual property rights, product safety and environmental regulations, while backers say it will help create jobs and boost the economy. President Obama and U.S. trade representative Michael Froman reportedly wish to finalize the TPP by the end of the year and are pushing Congress to expedite legislation that grants the president something called "fast-track authority." However, this week some 151 House Democrats and 23 Republicans wrote letters to the administration saying they are unwilling to give the president free reign to "diplomatically legislate." We host a debate on the TPP between Bill Watson, a trade policy analyst at the Cato Institute, and Lori Wallach, director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch.

 

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