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xrepublic.tv

July 27, 2013

Security researcher Barnaby Jack has passed away in San Francisco, only days before a scheduled appearance at a Las Vegas hacker conference where he intended to show how an ordinary pacemaker could be compromised in order to kill a man.

Jack, who previously presented hacks involving ATMs and insulin pumps at the annual Black Hat conference in Vegas, was confirmed dead Friday morning by the San Francisco Medical Examiner's office, Reuters reported. He passed away Thursday this week, but the office declined to offer any more details at this time. Jack's death came one week to the day before he was scheduled to detail one of his most recent exploits in a Black Hat talk called "Implantable Medical Devices: Hacking Humans."

xrepublic.tv

July 27, 2013

As often as politicians and talking heads talk about "national security," most Americans have no idea what they're really discussing.

xrepublic.tv

July 15, 2013

Due largely to unauthorized leaks, we now know that the National Security Agency has seized from private companies voluminous data on the phone and Internet usage of all U.S. citizens.

We've also learned that the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has approved the constitutionality of these seizures in secret proceedings in which only the government appears, and in opinions kept secret even from the private companies from whom the data are seized. If this weren't disturbing enough, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created by the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform, is compiling a massive database of citizens' personal information-including monthly credit-card, mortgage, car and other payments-ostensibly to protect consumers from abuses by financial institutions.

xrepublic.tv

June 27, 2013

Ecuador has ramped up its defiance of the US over Edward Snowden by waiving preferential trade rights with Washington even as the whistleblower's prospect of reaching Quito dimmed.

President Rafael Correa's government said on Thursday it was renouncing the Andean Trade Preference Act to thwart US "blackmail" of Ecuador in the former NSA contractor's asylum request. Officials, speaking at an early morning press conference, also offered a $23m donation for human rights training in the US, a brash riposte to recent US criticism of Ecuador's own human rights record.

xrepublic.tv

April 29, 2013

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October 2, 2012

xkcd.com

August 16, 2012

I can't help but admire the audacity of the marketer who came up with the phrase "contains a clinically studied ingredient."

xkcd.com

August 10, 2011

What's the deal with this Leukemia trial?

Xinhua (China)

February 7, 2006

HONG KONG -- A ban on backyard poultry-keeping will take effect on Feb. 13, Permanent Secretary for Health, Welfare and Food Carrie Yau said here Tuesday.

Under the ban, the existing exemption for households keeping up to 20 poultry will be removed. The unauthorized keeping of poultry will be an offense warranting fines of up to 100,000 Hong Kong dollars. Meanwhile, patrols at checkpoints have been strengthened to curb poultry smuggling.

Xinhua

July 7, 2005

A 10-year study involving 40,000 women suggests that low-dose aspirin fails to prevent cancer and vitamin E does not have protective benefit againt heart attacks.

The findings on aspirin and vitamin E have been published in two reports in July 6 Journal of the American Medical Association. Both were based on data from the Women's Health Study, described as the largest undertaking of its kind involving the two substances.

      
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