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Cassolada Twitter Sense Robot

A cacerolazo or casserole is a form of popular protest which consists of a group of people making noise by banging pots, pans, and other utensils in order to call for attention.

It arose in South America (in particular Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay, Ecuador, Cuba, Peru, Brazil) and has been seen more recently in English- and French-speaking countries, most notably Québec, as well as in Turkey during the 2013 protests in Turkey.

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Facebook will be Banned in Papua New Guinea

The communications minister of Papua New Guinea has said that his government is planning to ban Facebook for a month to measure its impact on the population. But the main idea of the government is  promoting creation of a new state-run social network. This was announced on Tuesday and here are some of the main details shared by the minister:

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Vulnerabilities in PGP-encrypted email plug-ins

Member from group of European security researchers twitted today that critical vulnerabilities in PGP/GPG and S/MIME email encryption was found. Full details will be published in a paper on Tuesday 15 May 2018 at 07:00 AM UTC.

EFF reported that they already establish connection with the research team running this investigation.

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Why you need to stop using the same Passwords

In December of 2016, Yahoo announced it had uncovered a massive data hack, compromising more than 1 billion user accounts. This was in addition to an earlier 2014 data breach, which had affected over 500 million users. While users may scream for blood when such a breach happens – usually blaming the owners of the affected websites – the real culprit can likely be found in their own bathroom mirrors.

You see, many data breaches are caused by one seemingly innocent common factor: computer and mobile device users reuse their passwords on multiple websites at an alarmingly high rate.

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Online Privacy Guide for Journalists 2017

Many veteran journalists, but not only these, surely noticed that we are all of a sudden bombarded again from all-over with mentions of Watergate. Books like George Orwell’s 1984 are on display at bookstores and an air of danger to freedom of speech and freedom of the press is spreading slowly like a dark cloud over the Western Hemisphere, Continue reading

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unbanning the virtual currencies in Russia

Cryptocurrencies may be recognized in Russia by 2018, according to Deputy Finance Minister Aleksey Moiseev and the article of RT.com. Moiseev says monitoring cryptocurrencies could be an instrumental tool against money laundering, and Bitcoin and other digital currencies could be recognized by next year as the central bank works with the government to develop rules against illegal transfers.

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#1 Help3d: Practical 3D printing-Micro Sanding Block

3d printed sanding paper blockStarting new 3d printing posts by offering you a really handy and practical things to print.

We will search the web and offer new and interesting files to print by using our test settings.

Like proud owners of cheap Prusa i3 ProB, we will try to provide photo and if possible video support for each model we presenting.

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