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Snowden revelations spook Hightail's cloud-computing customers

PARIS -- The revelations of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden about governmental spying are gumming up the business of cloud computing.<p>That's the opinion of Brad Garlinghouse, chief executive of Hightail, whose business is helping companies share and track documents and their employees to …

“Sense and Sensibility” by Jane Austen

<i>Sense and Sensibility</i> could serve as title to all Austen’s novels. In each, sense and sensibility – reason and emotion, reflection and instinct – …

Re-evaluating Mansfield Park

Even a hard-core Janeite, pressed to rank Austen’s novels, will probably list <i>Mansfield Park</i> in fifth or sixth place, and many of Austen readers will …

Literature

CNN - Alessandro Nivola graduates to 'Mansfield Park' and beyond - November 30, 1999

MULTIMEDIA:<p>E-MAIL:<p>Subscribe to one of our news e-mail lists.<br>Enter your address:<p>Or:<br>Get a free e-mail account<p>DISCUSSION:<p>CNN WEB SITES:<p>FASTER ACCESS:<p>TIME INC. SITES:<p>CNN NETWORKS:<p>SITE INFO:<p>WEB SERVICES:<p>Alessandro Nivola graduates to 'Mansfield Park' and beyond<p><b>ALESSANDRO NIVOLA ON:</b><p>Frances O'Connor, who …

Toy Story

Mansfield Park

When I first read Mansfield Park as a teenager, it felt too long and plodding. The second time, I adored it. That was eight or so years ago...

Mansfield Park (ITV 2007) - Part 3

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Random Characters: Fanny Price

<i>{Introducing the Random Characters Series. It's about random literary characters, by moi, posted whenever, and it has no rhyme and no reason except</i> …

normblog

Richard Jenkyns is Professor of the Classical Tradition at the University of Oxford and a Fellow and Tutor at Lady Margaret Hall. His works include …

Volume the Third

Provenance<p>Jane Austen died in July 1817 and, by the terms of her will, her sister Cassandra inherited her manuscripts. In keeping with the pencil …

Literature

Jane Austen [print].

Record ID:<p>282033<p>Accession number:<p>MA 1034.12<p>Published:<p>London : Richard Bentley, 1870.<p>Description:<p>1 print : steel engraving ; image: 120 x 96 mm, oval; …

Jane Austen

Forget 50 shades - for really dominant men, read Austen

• Jane Austen created the original Christian Greys<p>On the 200th anniversary of the publication of Pride And Prejudice, perhaps one or two readers are …

Literature

Jane Austen books ranked and reconsidered, from Emma to Persuasion.

Why do so many of Jane Austen’s smartest readers consider her weakest novel to be her best? <i>Persuasion</i>, the story of kind, helpful Anne Elliot—who …

Jane Austen novels from best to worst, plus her best lines.

<i>See also Adelle Waldman’s essay about what she’s learned from reading all of Austen’s books again and again.</i><p><b>Jane Austen’s Novels, From Best to …

Alan Titchmarsh: Jane Austen has won my heart

Jane Austen wrote heartfelt and compelling love stories – and readers of both sexes enjoy a good romance, even if some blokes have trouble in admitting it.<p>What is it about Jane Austen that so captures our imaginations? There are those who fight the corner of the Brontës – Charlotte, Anne and Emily …

This Week in Review: Journalism and the surveillance state, and ESPN’s conflict of interest

Plus: The New York Times’ site is hacked, Al Jazeera America’s initial reviews, and the rest of the week’s journalism and tech news.<p><b>Work on the Snowden documents spreads</b>: A couple of smaller new stories trickled out this week regarding U.S. NSA surveillance, led by The Washington Post’s feature on …

It's right to worry about security, but sometimes data trawls can be useful

Should we be afraid of great data trawls surveying us? After the Guardian's revelations, people have reasons to be uneasy. Nothing is private, everything can be seen by big government surveying emails and phone records or by small-time private detectives slipped a few hundred quid by journalists …

The Prism

Privacy in an age of publicity.<p>An extraordinary fuss about eavesdropping started in the spring of 1844, when Giuseppe Mazzini, an Italian exile in London, became convinced that the British government was opening his mail. Mazzini, a revolutionary who’d been thrown in jail in Genoa, imprisoned in …

Unique in the Crowd: The privacy bounds of human mobility

Article |<p>Open | Published: 25 March 2013<p><i>Scientific Reports</i> <b>volume 3</b>, Article number: 1376 (2013) | Download Citation<p>Abstract<p>We study fifteen months of …

Google’s Eric Schmidt On Data Privacy: The Internet Needs A Delete Button

Your personal data is being over-shared with companies and advertisers. So how much control should you have over your private info?<p>With so much data being collected about us online, can our offline identities ever be divorced from our web personas? Today, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt …

Has Big Data Made Anonymity Impossible? - MIT Technology Review

In 1995, the European Union introduced privacy legislation that defined “personal data” as any information that could identify a person, directly or …

Personal Data

We’re All One Big Criminal Conspiracy

• Blog >><br>• We Should All Have Something To Hide<p>Suddenly, it feels like 2000 again. Back then, surveillance programs like Carnivore, Echelon, and Total …