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2. To limit the risk of any further misissuance, all newly-issued certificates must have validity periods of no greater than nine months (effective from Chrome 61 release) to be trusted in Google Chrome. 3. Google proposes an incremental distrust, by gradually reducing the "maximum age" of Symantec certificates over the course of several Chrome releases, requiring them to be reissued and revalidated. This could mean that many users will will get warnings from Chrome that sites are insecure and may block access. Should sites with Symantec EV certs be concerned about the changes? A Symantec statement says dont worry: “Our SSL/TLS certificate customers and partners need to know that this does not require any action at this time." The post Google Spanks Symantec for Mis-issuing 30,000 EV Certificates appeared first on WebProNews .
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Currently, US consumer data privacy is overseen by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission – you may remember them from Family Guy ). Under the proposed laws the FCC’s consumer-privacy protection would be completely stripped back. See related Shapes and constellations: An interview with Super Hexagon creator Terry Cavanagh Augmented reality’s future lies in the 1930s avant-garde Meet the writers pushing literature into the smartphone age The bill is ringing alarm bells for several Democrats who feel it would be an attack on consumer rights. They say it would favour companies such as ATT, Comcast and Verizon over American citizens. Part of the concern has come from the type of data these companies have access to. Browsing data is up for grabs, but the FCC claims they also have access to geographic data, health info or social security numbers (NI numbers to you and me).
Sky News
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stronger and much more secure, perhaps, than the carriage gate entrance. But the carriage gate entrance is the point through which the quickest access is made to the Palace for the Houses of Parliament,.
Sky News
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for instance to be able to gain access to the underground car park. Would you prefer if the carriage gate entrance was closed entirely? I game, I don't want to pre-empt any review but the Black Rod entrance I think is one that does, on the face of it, look much more secure. The carriage gate.
Sky News
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particular areas are being flagged up for concern? Well, I think all manners of Parliament and indeed anyone who uses the carriage Gates access will be aware that this is the point that MPs, staff and peers can drive their vehicles through
Sky News
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provide access to the government balanced carefully with security that is proportionate but not overly intrusive. Of course, after an incident like this, as would be expected, my team will work with Parliamentary authorities to assess whether a different tone or balance is necessary
Quick Sprout
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I place it on my desktop so I can see exactly what’s going on and what I need to take care of on any given day. And, of course, I can also access it from my smartphone or tablet. I can easily save links, photos, and other media I want to keep. I also use it to set reminders of specific tasks' deadlines and make note of any business/project ideas that pop into my head. In other words, Wunderlist helps me keep my you-know-what together. 14. WordPress Editorial Calendar Plugin If you use WordPress (like I recommend), you’ll want to take advantage of this plugin. It’s a little like Google Calendar, but specifically for scheduling your blog posts. You can: Manage drafts See what’s been posted See what needs to be posted Manage posts from different authors Like most things on WordPress, it’s user-friendly, and it doesnt take a rocket scientist to figure out its features.
Proactive Investors USA
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44, respectively. The net loss for the year was $1.7mln. Focused on organic growth Paul Huet, chief executive, told investors today: "Looking ahead, our near-term strategy is focused on organic growth. "We expect to produce between 210,000 and 225,000 gold equivalent ounces in 2017, an increase of approximately 36 per cent from the prior year." Expected cash costs will be a little higher at $680 to $710 per gold equivalent ounce sold. The higher output in 2017 is put down to bulk sampling extraction at the Hollister mine in Nevada, as well as higher production from True North mine in Canada, as ramp-up continues. Fire Creek and Midas's 2017 production is expected to be in line with the prior year. Capex is expected to be between $57-million to $62-million with an additional $3-million to $5-million to be spent on exploration. Most of the cash is expected to be spent at Fire Creek as the company continues underground expansion in the form of primary access development and advancement of a second portal.
Techradar
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Microsoft explains in a blog post : That is a lot of work, which is why this is not how the UWP [Universal Windows Platform] works. But because web browsers are among some of the most threatened software there is, it is worth it in this case. The firm also made it clear that the browsers Flash app container has undergone a similar process of hand-tuning to tighten it up, because as youre probably aware, Flash is an often-used attack vector . Going for brokers Microsoft further talked about improved countermeasures regarding Edges brokers code which allows access to resources on the PC when necessary (such as granting access to a specific file on the computer and only that file if youre uploading it via the browser). Hacking a broker is a potential method of being able to escape from the sandbox, and the firm noted that the aforementioned tightening of the sandbox cut off access to many brokers, leaving less opportunity for exploits and furthermore, a number of fresh exploit mitigation technologies have been applied to said brokers.
BBC Parliament
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which set out in Saint detail what best practices should be being followed in the CCGs, the first point of contact in terms of prevention, early diagnosis, patient centre management and commissioning framework which came out after the action plan which set out the requirement for consistency and the removal of the inequalities of access that we have heard about. If I could read from that it says that there are clearly.
BBC Parliament
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the adult population. I think the member talked about 5% of adults that could benefit from it, my figure is 7%, that is not a point we will quibble about. With children, the uptake seems to be much higher, 74% of children under the age of three have access to this or have this, 94%.
Proactive Investors USA
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BBC Parliament
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lives, the Nice guidance was well come when produced in 2009, but we are now falling behind the access available in many developed countries. It is our health and social care services which will be the cost of not intervening early for those who could benefit. Mr Deputy Speaker, as you know, I.
BBC Parliament
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made clear that there should be timely access to specialist services when required, including assessment for cochlear implants. That action plan was widely welcomed twin published and I and others commended the Department, officials and ministers at the.
BBC Parliament
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Many people would die to have access to public transport right at their doorstep. However, the location of one railway station in Chongqing might be pushing that sentiment to the extreme - residents of an apartment block in China’s ‘Mountain Citycurrently have a train running straight through their building. The Chongqing Rail Transit No. 2, which could be seen coming and going from the block of flats on Friday, passes directly through the middle of a 19 storey apartment building. The residents are able to catch the train without leaving their block, boarding and exiting its carriages from their very own station located between the sixth and eighth floor. Yang Lijuan, Resident of Chongqing (Mandarin): "The first floor to the sixth is the shop, the sixth floor to the eighth floor is the light rail station." Yang Lijuan, Resident of Chongqing (Mandarin): "They are built together, they planted the pillars first, and then built the house according to the light rail pillars.
South China Morning Post
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Daily Mail - Science
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A group of London-based hackers called the Turkish Crime Family is demanding $700,000 from Apple, claiming they can access to up 750 million iCloud accounts which they will wipe on April 7.
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According to the report, the techniques used would maintain a hacker's access to a phone or computer even if a user resets it to factory settings.
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you are a brilliant example of teamwork. He then went to the building and spoke to ward and patients at 1:10pm this afternoon. There was no access for the media,.