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== Jack's Stories ==
#[ Company suspected of blame in Office of Personnel Management breach will help run new clearance agency] If at first you don't succeed^^fail miserably...
#[ Google beats back Oracle again in Java Android case]
#[ Yahoo hack may become test case for SEC data breach disclosure rules] Their stock price hasn't taken a hit yet, but that's more about their holdings, I doubt the buyers are going to make serious offers until this is cleared up.
#[ Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for U.S. intelligence] Oh Yahoo.
#[ Signal messaging app turns over minimal data in first subpoena] Hey Yahoo, this is how you do it right.
#[ Intellectual Ventures Case: Why Software Patents Will Take a Big Hit.] I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of VCs suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.
#[ N.S.A. Contractor Arrested in Possible New Theft of Secrets]
#You can't read the report without paying or being an IEEE member, but a new report says people are tired of our security crap, and it should be someone else's problem to protect them. (paraphrasing a bit there)
#*[ NIST: People have given up on cybersecurity because "it's too much hassle"] El Reg's take on it
#*[ "˜Security Fatigue" Can Cause Computer Users to Feel Hopeless and Act Recklessly, New Study Suggests] The calmer NIST take, still ugly.
#[ Chip card lawsuit to move forward against Visa, Mastercard, others]
#A couple of e-voting stories in case you weren't despondent enough during this election season.
#*[ If the election is hacked, we may never know] Well, that's comforting.
#*[ Hacking an election is about influence and disruption, not voting machines]
=Interview: - Ed Skoudis 7:30-8:30PM=


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