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Snowden revelations spook Hightail's cloud-computing customers

Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of the collaboration and data-sharing service, says customers' data-security worries slow their purchasing. And Hightail has had to change its own business.<p>PARIS -- The revelations of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden about governmental spying are gumming up the business …

“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 …

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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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Caught in the Act

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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> …

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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 …

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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 …

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; …

Forget 50 shades - for really dominant men, read Austen

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

Why So Many People Misunderstand Jane Austen

<i>Also in Slate, Adelle Waldman ranks Jane Austen's works, as well as her most devastating one-liners.</i><p>Why do so many of Jane Austen’s smartest readers …

Jane Austen’s Novels, Ranked

<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</i> …

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 …

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

For once the government has got something right – the NHS's electronic surveys could be more effective than randomised control trials<p>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 …

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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 …

Who Owns Your Identity? - Facts So Romantic

When the digital media pioneer and visionary Jaron Lanier signs his new book, <i>Who Owns The Future?</i>, he circles the “Who” and draws an arrow to the …

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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 …

Moxie Marlinspike >> Blog >> We Should All Have Something To Hide

• 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 …