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UH notifies 7,100 patients of stolen hard drive with personal medical information on it

CLEVELAND, Ohio — More than 7,100 University Hospitals patients received notification by mail this week that their protected personal medical information was potentially exposed after a hard drive containing physician office data was stolen from a third-party vendor helping to upgrade the health system’s computer systems . Someone stole the hard drive from the car […]

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Ultrasonic more then bugs talking…….or “bab bios” or should it be sound gaps not air gaps

Meet “badBIOS,” the mysterious Mac and PC malware that jumps airgaps Like a super strain of bacteria, the rootkit plaguing Dragos Ruiu is omnipotent.   Three years ago, security consultant Dragos Ruiu was in his lab when he noticed something highly unusual: his MacBook Air, on which he had just installed a fresh copy of […]

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what happens when airlines merge…or why no ones cares once they get your cash

So the story goes something like this. bout airplane tickest a while ago…..great priceDay before try to get 2 seats together  online at check in…. That did not happen, normal not a big deal.but this time the wife is in a walking boot for her ankle and the kid always flys next to the wife. […]

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EU ministers seek to ban creation of ‘hacking tools’ – Computerworld

And next it will be books because they teach you how to create…..so therefore they allow you to create hacking tools Over on the post “EU ministers seek to ban creation of ‘hacking tools’ – Computerworld” contains this text: “EU ministers seek to ban creation of ‘hacking tools’ By Jennifer Baker June 15, 2011 07:27 […]

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Schneier on Security: Tennessee Makes Password Sharing Illegal

Over on the post “Schneier on Security: Tennessee Makes Password Sharing Illegal” contains this text: “Tennessee Makes Password Sharing Illegal Here’s a new law that won’t work: State lawmakers in country music’s capital have passed a groundbreaking measure that would make it a crime to use a friend’s login — even with permission — to […]

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iSpy Conspiracy: Break Apple’s Secret Tracking with This App

  Over on the post “iSpy Conspiracy: Break Apple’s Secret Tracking with This App” contains this text: “iSpy Conspiracy: Break Apple’s Secret Tracking with This App   Sam Biddle — Not entirely cool with the idea of your iPhone or iPad following your every move without your consent? Understandable! Luckily, only a day after the […]

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Actually, iPhone sends your location to Apple twice a day – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab

  Over on the post “Actually, iPhone sends your location to Apple twice a day – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab” contains this text: “esterday, security researchers Pete Warden and Alasdair Allan released an application that can take such a file and show your movements on a map.   Now, this sounds bad […]

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Security Research Center – Network World

Over on the post “Security Research Center – Network World” contains this text: “Jack Hembrough, CEO of VaporStream, continues his discussion of controlling e-mail distribution which he started in the last column. Everything that follows is Mr. Hembrough’s own work with minor edits. * * * Have you ever responded to an e-mail, ‘Give me […]

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Legal issues in the Cloud – Part 4 – Truman Hoyle, privacy, legal, due dilligence, data sovereignty, data exit, cloud computing – CIO

Over on the post “Legal issues in the Cloud – Part 4 – Truman Hoyle, privacy, legal, due dilligence, data sovereignty, data exit, cloud computing – CIO” contains this text: “Legal issues in the Cloud – Part 4 There are no laws unique to the Cloud, but you must consider your exit strategy”

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Senate bill would set consumer privacy rights – USATODAY.com

Over on the post “Senate bill would set consumer privacy rights – USATODAY.com” contains this text: “Senate bill would set consumer privacy rights By Joelle Tessler, Associated PressPosted 11h 26m ago WASHINGTON — A new Senate bill introduced Tuesday would establish a ‘privacy bill of rights’ to set ground rules for companies that collect consumer […]

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