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How to be a great Democracy 3 African president

Posted on 10/15 20:24 in More | 0

This guide is written by African presidents in Democracy 3 with numerous of death threats and assassination experiences who were trying to make their country great again.Democracy 3: Africa was released recently by Positech.

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Political Animals: The video game for the 2016 election

Posted on 05/30 18:35 in More | 0

A turn-based strategy game called Political Animals will release to the public before the 2016 US election in November.The PC game is an election simulation game that uses cartoon animals to portray candidates.

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Did enlightened US and Soviet scientists help avert nuclear war?

Posted on 06/30 13:34 in Shows | 0

But an upcoming book from Stanford professor Siegfried Hecker says there could be a large grain of truth to the narrative that scientists are an enlightened class.According to Hecker, if not for the work of both Western and Soviet science, the Cold War could have become extremely hot.

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The gene therapy revolution is coming. Will the US get left behind?

Posted on 08/08 19:45 in Shows | 0

Last year, the United States federal budget included a rider banning certain types of gene therapy research, and that has some in the scientific community worried.” Right off, this issue evokes the similarly US-led bans on embryonic stem cell research — but this is an imperfect comparison.

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Cyber is the new nuclear, changing the world through mutually assured disruption

Posted on 08/13 15:26 in Shows | 0

More generally, are these particular sorts of cyber attacks really changing the world all that much?” This perceived lesser severity of cyberwar has allowed nonviolent cyber attacks to become more brazen than even Cold War espionage.

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Your guide to the ‘Shadow Brokers’ NSA theft, which puts the Snowden leaks to shame

Posted on 08/19 18:11 in Shows | 0

Within the NSA, the group that does the sort of offensive hacking many people now most associate with the agency is called TAO: Tailored Access Operations.It’s the group that, arguably, has given the NSA a bad name in recent years.

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Expert panel to Washington: Here’s how we cure cancer

Posted on 09/13 20:15 in Shows | 0

A panel of cancer experts has released its list of recommendations for the government’s big Cancer Moonshot program, a bid to bring the success of the Silicon Valley model to bear on cancer, the emperor of all maladies.This moonshot project, officially referred to as The Vice President’s Cancer Moonshot, was originally going to be priced at a cool billion dollars, but in the time since cancer authorities have asked for about $650 million.

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An unknown state may be running drills for taking down the entire internet

Posted on 09/20 16:15 in Shows | 0

These have been not only getting stronger, longer lasting, and more diverse, but they’ve been moving in seemingly systematic, investigatory ways.This could be interpreted as an attempt to get defenders to “bare all,” and make their full defensive capabilities known.

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US government formally blames Russia for political hacks of the DNC

Posted on 10/07 23:59 in Shows | 0

These thefts and disclosures are intended to interfere with the US election process.We believe, based on the scope and sensitivity of these efforts, that only Russia’s senior-most officials could have authorized these activities.

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It's time to pardon Edward Snowden, and defuse Putin's increasingly dangerous weapon

Posted on 10/31 20:17 in Shows | 0

As Russian intelligence demonstrates ever more alacrity with American political and social disruption, we must remember that the great bear still has a major weapon in reserve that’s tailored for this purpose.Edward Snowden is widely believed to be one of Vladimir Putin’s more successful gambits.

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The tech that could change voting in America

Posted on 11/02 17:16 in Shows | 0

Grant Brunner: What are the biggest changes in voting tech since the EAC was formed, and the Help America Vote Act began to be implemented?While the current voting machines have served us well since 1995, we changed our absentee voting to central count optical scan several years ago.

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Take it from a Canadian: Science in America is headed for dark, dark days

Posted on 11/24 16:01 in Shows | 0

This week, we saw the first of what will surely be many headlines pitting the incoming Trump administration against the outgoing principles of science in government research.One of the President-elect’s key advisers has informed the media that NASA’s climate research division will be dramatically defunded.

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Facebook's censorship regime is a dangerous gamble

Posted on 12/29 16:59 in Shows | 0

After months of stubborn resistance, Facebook has finally caved to pressure from users and officials around the globe: it will begin experimenting with ways of filtering its news content for so-called “fake news.The point is not that Ramparts was denounced by the establishment as propaganda and, yes, fake news, but that Ramparts really was both of those things, from time to time.

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Why iPhone production isn't coming to the United States

Posted on 12/30 21:44 in Shows | 0

If Apple built them in the US, would that really create many jobs?This extreme specialization is one reason iPhone production would be very difficult to do cheaply in the US.

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