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Tullahoma City Schools create digital textbooks with Google Docs

<i>Editor's note: Today’s post comes from Dianne Darlington, a Google Apps Certified Administrator and director of technology at Tullahoma City Schools,</i> …

ATA nuovi tagli. Conferma, lasceranno il posto ai soprannumerari delle province

Confermata la nostra indiscrezione circa il passaggio dei soprannumerari delle province nei ruoli delle segreterie ATA. Il taglio di 2.200 posti …

Il Giudice ordina immissione in ruolo di tre insegnanti precari con più di 36 mesi di servizio. Effetto Europa

Altre tre immissioni in ruolo disposte dal giudice Greco di Crotone danno ragione al ricorso presentato dall'avvocato Francesco Lista dell'Anief, su …

Shia LaBeouf, a prescient phone surveillance whistleblower

Oh, if only we'd listened to Shia LaBeouf. CBC News reports that back in 2008, while the actor was promoting his film <i>Eagle Eye,</i> (about a mysterious …

Not much political will to change NSA's no-longer-secret phone spying program

Buried in this bummer of a piece in the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> about how our spineless US lawmakers aren't likely to fight for the privacy rights of …

It’s Time to Rewrite the Internet to Give Us Better Privacy, and Security

It’s not too late to restore confidence, writes “digital Cassandra” Lawrence Lessig, but we need to start by asking the right questions.<p>“The United …

Wired profiles NSA's Keith Alexander, the general leading America into cyberwar

"Infiltration. Sabotage. Mayhem. For years four-star general Keith Alexander has been building a secret Army capable of launching devastating …

Jack Shafer: Edward Snowden and the selective targeting of leaks

"The willingness of the government to punish leakers is inversely proportional to the leakers’ rank and status, which is bad news for someone so …

Editoriale: Come un telefilm vi farà aver paura dei Google Glass

<b>Black Mirror</b> è una serie televisiva inglese, composta da 2 serie di 3 puntate ciascuna, che racconta come la tecnologia potrebbe rovinarci la vita in …

NSA whistleblower goes public

Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old NSA contractor and ex-CIA employee, has revealed that he is behind the series of leaks that have appeared in the …

More Details On PRISM Revealed; Twitter Deserves Kudos For Refusing To Give In

Late on Friday, the NY Times released the most detailed explanation to date of the PRISM system that was revealed on Thursday, claiming that nine of …

What Prism slide-presentation means by "direct access" to Internet giants' servers

At Techdirt, Mike Masnick has further thoughts on the NYT piece on Prism, in which they try to resolve the contradiction between the NSA and Obama's …

New NSA leak: BOUNDLESSINFORMANT documents the extent of NSA spying around the world

In the Guardian, Glenn Greenwald and Ewen MacAskill leak a description of <i>another</i> NSA top-secret program, this one codenamed "BOUNDLESSINFORMANT." …

PRISM and denials, what's going on?

On Engadget, Richard Lawler paraphrases a NYT theory on how the companies identified as participating in the NSA's PRISM program are able to deny …

Schneier: what we need the whistleblowers to tell us about America's surveillance apparatus

Bruce Schneier writes in <i>The Atlantic</i> to comment on the leaked court order showing that the NSA has been secretly engaged in bulk domestic …

New NSA logo

Here's a handy new NSA logo from the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Hugh D'Andrade for your trenchant pleasure.

UK spies have access to NSA Prism, which has "direct access" to world's largest Internet companies' servers

A report by Nick Hopkins in the Guardian accuses the UK spy agency GCHQ of making use of the American NSA's Prism program, which was revealed in …

Google denies giving NSA back-door access to user data

Larry Page: "Press reports that suggest that Google is providing open-ended access to our users’ data are false, period." (Previously)

W3C insider explains what's wrong with cramming DRM into HTML5 - and what you can do about it

I've written before here about the move to get the World Wide Web consortium (W3C) to cram digital rights management (DRM) into the next version of …