Google v. Oracle, Fair Use and the Decreasing Value of Code Overtime | Pillsbury – Internet & Social Media Law Blog | #computers | #computerprotection

Earlier this month, in what many consider the copyright case of the decade, the Supreme Court released its much-anticipated decision in Google v. Oracle. In it, the Court ruled that Google’s copying of 11,500 lines of declaring code from Java SE for use in Google’s Android platform, was fair use….

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Senetas and Thales Launch the World’s First Quantum Resistant Network Encryption Solution | #computers | #computerprotection

Get inside Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. Customers are able to protect sensitive data against future quantum attacks Solution meets pending global standard for quantum resistant encryption algorithms Organisations around the world can now deliver quantum security strategy with quantum resistant encryption PARIS LA…

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NPS student invents, patents durable uniform nametags | #computers | #computerprotection

Using his own time and resources, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Space Systems Engineering student Lt. Mitchell Kempisty ventured into unchartered waters to bring an invention of his making through the patent process, an invention which he hopes will improve Navy uniform fabric nametag durability. Kempisty is something of an overachiever….

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FAU Gets CDC Grant to Test PPE Efficacy and Workplace Virus Transmission : SF STAT!: South Florida Hospital News | #computers | #computerprotection

FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science Researchers Will Assess Safety Measures Against Airborne Transmission of Viral Infections    May 5, 2021 – With many businesses and schools in the United States now open post COVID-19, employers are faced with new challenges to keep the workplace safe for their employees,…

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Endress+Hauser’s CPace Standard Offers Easily Managed Cybersecurity | #computers | #computerprotection

May 05, 2021 Endress+Hauser, Inc. News Summary Cyberattacks targeting industrial plants can have grave consequences. And yet, many security concepts are either too complicated or too vulnerable. Cryptography experts at Endress+Hauser have developed the CPace standard, which uses simple passwords to provide a level of…

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Flock Safety Announces AMBER Alert Distribution Partnership | #computers | #computerprotection

Atlanta, GA, May 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Atlanta, GA, May 5, 2021 — In furtherance of its mission to eliminate crime, Flock Safety today announced an official distribution partnership with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), the private non-profit whose mission is to help find missing…

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How GCHQ proposes to implement and use ethical AI | #computers | #computerprotection

In early March 2021, GCHQ released a whitepaper outlining its plans for the future. In response to the escalating threats faced online, the government intelligence and security organisation will increasingly use automated systems. The amount of data generated, in particular from social media posts and online forums, is increasing exponentially. …

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Apple’s macOS 11.3.1 contains new security fixes: Here’s why you need to update | #computers | #computerprotection

Last week, Apple finally released the macOS 11.3 update, which brought several performance improvements along with many security and bug fixes in tow. After informing macOS users that they should update in order to be protected from a major security flaw, Apple has released another important security fix with macOS…

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