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Teens 'too blasé' about online legal dangers
Mike Phillips, a co-author of the Monash study, said it was difficult to keep pace with digital technologies. His son Riley, 14, uses social networking sites such as Skype and Steam, a multiplayer...
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Should Cops Need a Warrant to Access Data From Yo...
... and their decisions will depend on how similar they believe the data stored by the two technologies to be. And that data could say an awful lot. An arrest related to possession of a...
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Calais crisis: Britain to build 'secure zone' for...
... the number of UK border personnel working in Calais to back up the introduction of new technologies. We simply cannot rely solely on the French alone to check the Lorries heading into...
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Dallara named among four constructors for new-for...
... new-for-2017 LMP2Thursday, July 9th 2015, 15:57 GMT Dallara and a joint venture between
and Multimatic Motorsports have been chosen along with ORECA and Onroak...
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Verisart Plans To Use The Blockchain To Verify Th...
... Verisart, a brand new startup out of L.A., is poised to launch using decentralised technologies to help artists and collectors with new ways to certify, document, verify and enliven...
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Forget smart cars, just geek up the steering wheel
... or your air conditioner; it automatically comes on,” SoZo Chief Solutions Officer Wesley Riley said. “Or, being at a football game and ordering a hot dog and beer with your smartphone and...
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