Mois : juin 2016 (page 1 of 3)

This update was made possible in a large part thanks to the Landsat program and its commitment to free and accessible open data.

Source : Google Lat Long: Keeping Earth up to date and looking great

The appeals court in Cologne on Friday banned German startup Eyeo, the parent company of Adblock Plus, from charging Axel Springer a fee to appear on its « Acceptable Ads » whitelist.

Source : Axel Springer vs. Eyeo – Business Insider

The best way to tell stories in this world— where so much information is coming at us—actually is video. It commands so much information in a much quicker period so actually the trend helps us digest more of the information in a quicker way.

Un tel manque de vision, c’est fascinant !

Source : Why Facebook Could Be ‘All Video’ in 5 Years – Fortune

The entire cost of the Hack the Pentagon pilot was $150,000, with about half going to the hackers themselves. Hiring an outside contractor to conduct a similar security test could have cost more than $1 million.

Source : Defense Secretary Ash Carter Releases Hack the Pentagon Results


Source : Google Traduction via Linguisticae

After breaking off talks with Space Data, Google allegedly began work on Project Loon, which Space Data claims has hurt its business and damaged its reputation “among potential and existing customers, business partners, investors, and in the industry in general.”

Source : Google Sued By Space Data Corp. Over Project Loon Balloon Project – Fortune

We create the list of symptoms by looking for health conditions mentioned in web results, and then checking them against high-quality medical information we’ve collected from doctors for our Knowledge Graph. We worked with a team of medical doctors to carefully review the individual symptom information, and experts at Harvard Medical School and Mayo Clinic evaluated related conditions for a representative sample of searches to help improve the lists we show.

Source : Official Google Blog: I’m Feeling Yucky 🙁 Searching for symptoms on Google

59 percent of links shared on social media have never actually been clicked: In other words, most people appear to retweet news without ever reading it.

Source : 6 in 10 of you will share this link without reading it, a new, depressing study says – The Washington Post

Sur Facebook, le journaliste David Thomson « au piquet » pendant trois jours – Rue89 – L’Obs

David Thomson assure que son compte a déjà été désactivé, par le passé, de manière automatique en raison de ses contacts géolocalisés en Syrie et en Irak. C’est un responsable de Facebook qui lui aurait fourni ces explications il y a un an, assurant que c’était là « le signe que leur système de censure fonctionne », se rappelle le journaliste. « Pour moi c’est plutôt le signe que leur système de censure ne fonctionne pas et désactive complètement à l’aveuglette. ».

A l’inverse de Twitter, Facebook ne lui aurait jamais proposé de protéger son compte, par exemple en le certifiant, ou en l’identifiant comme spécialiste d’un sujet aussi sensible que le djihadisme. A notre connaissance, aucun programme en ce sens n’est pour l’heure défini chez Facebook.

Source : Sur Facebook, le journaliste David Thomson « au piquet » pendant trois jours – Rue89 – L’Obs

‘GODLESS’ Mobile Malware Uses Multiple Exploits to Root Devices

With root privilege, the malware can then receive remote instructions on which app to download and silently install on mobile devices. This can then lead to affected users receiving unwanted apps, which may then lead to unwanted ads. Even worse, these threats can also be used to install backdoors and spy on users.

Source : TrendLabs Security Intelligence Blog‘GODLESS’ Mobile Malware Uses Multiple Exploits to Root Devices – TrendLabs Security Intelligence Blog

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