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U.S. government memo: Zoom is taking security concerns seriously

(Reuters) — Video conferencing company Zoom has been responsive to concerns over its software, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said in a memo recently distributed to top government cybersecurity officials and seen by Reuters. The memo — drafted by DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the Federal …

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Snowden warns government surveillance amid COVID-19 could be long lasting – CNET

Edward Snowden says he’s worried amplified government surveillance could extend beyond the COVID-19 outbreak. Getty Images Edward Snowden warns that high-tech surveillance measures governments use to fight the outbreak of COVID-19, the disease caused by the newly identified coronavirus, could have long-lasting impact, according to a Monday interview with the Copenhagen International Documentary …

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Digital Marketing Jobs in the Government Sector

A government job is a dream come true for the average working-class people in India. Digital marketing moves ahead because all the sectors depend on it. Digital marketing can extend beyond internet marketing, which uses internet services. Other channels choose to use display advertising, search engine marketing, digital media, and …

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AI Startups Need Data, and the Government Needs Help

Due to their unique oversight, governments have a surplus of data at their fingertips. Used properly, this available data could enable them to create beneficial programs that tackle problems in economics, policy, transportation, and civic life. Unfortunately, the majority of that data is untapped. Here are the facts about AI …

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ProBeat: Enough with the government facial recognition

A U.S. government study released this week found that 189 facial recognition algorithms from 99 developers “falsely identified African-American and Asian faces 10 to 100 times more often than Caucasian faces.” Enough. This should be the last such study. We are long overdue for federal governments to regulate or outright …

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