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A New York food writer found this out the hard way on Tuesday after she was busted for an elaborate run-faking scheme, in which she attempted to use doctored data to back up an illegitimate finish time. In an apologetic Instagram post that was eventually deleted, 24-year-old runner Jane Seo admitted to cutting the course at the Fort Lauderdale A1A Half Marathon.
When Edward Snowden leaked the biggest collection of classified National Security Agency documents in history, he wasn’t just revealing the inner workings of a global surveillance machine. He was also scrambling to evade it.
In November of last year, a law enforcement agency deployed a Tor Browser exploit on a dark web child abuse site. Sources told Motherboard that the company which developed and sold the exploit was Exodus Intelligence, a US firm that also sold information about the attack to defensive clients.
Dutch expertise and level-headedness could help broaden the use of blockchain within the finance sector and into a wider range of business and government organisations.
It has been three years since IT venture capitalist Marc Andreessen wrote about the promising future for bitcoin and its base technology, blockchain. The pioneer, who built the first broadly available web browser, said in his New York Times article that blockchain was then in a comparable state to that of the World Wide Web in the early 1990s.
Managers and professionals are growing more comfortable with cloud computing for their enterprises, and security is less of a showstopper than it was just a couple of years ago. However, cloud in the enterprise is still ungoverned territory. IT leaders need to take the reigns in terms of centralizing services, brokerages, reducing wasted cloud spending, and promoting a DevOps culture.