Lembrando a música de Michael Jackson

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Four years ago today, Michael Jackson died at the untimely age of 50.

It seems only fitting to jam to some of his grooves in remembrance of one of music’s biggest stars. There’s no way we could include them all, so here’s just a taste of some of Jackson’s most memorable hits:

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Warner Bros no trabalho no filme Enciclopédia Brown

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If Hollywood can give us a movie based on Lego toys, it seems only right that we’d also get a movie about boy detective Encyclopedia Brown (you know, for balance).

Studio Warner Bros. is working to grab the rights to the beloved children’s book series for a big screen adaptation. The project would be produced by Roy Lee and Howard David Deutsch, the latter of whom previously tried to adapt the stories for TV in 1989, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Pensamentos tecnologia Daily News Net – 26 de junho de 2013

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New privacy bill aimed at reforming FISA and the Patriot Act introduced in the Senate – The bill, the FISA Accountability and Privacy Protection Act of 2013, comes following dramatic revelations about how the National Security Agency collects certain types of data about U.S. residents. One surveillance program of concern is Prism, an NSA data collection program that supposedly accesses the servers at Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and other tech companies to mine people’s personal data like emails and photos. Another is a phone call metadata collection program. (The same corporately controlled whores get another shot at implementing Stasi like controls designed to restrict your freedom in the “land of the free.”)

Pentagon’s failed flash drive ban policy: A lesson for every CIO – If CIOs are looking at government data management and security policies to set an example, they should think again. Despite a series of NSA leaks, the…

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Pensamentos tecnologia Daily News Net – 27 junho de 2013

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FTC wants to let Internet users see the data that the NSA can get – In light of the quiet data transfers happening between technology companies and the government, the Federal Trade Commission is proposing an “industrywide initiative” that would give customers access to the information a company has on them, according to a report from the New York Times. The initiative, called “Reclaim Your Name,” would increase the transparency of what data is not only held by companies, but what is shared between them.

Meet PRISM’s little brother: Socmint: A secretive unit is developing tools for blanket surveillance of social media – For the past two years, a tight-lipped and little talked about unit within the Metropolitan Police has been conducting blanket surveillance of British citizens’ public social media conversations. Following an unintentional leak and a detailed investigation, we are finally able to see some of the capabilities of…

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Box batalha escritório: ‘Heat’ vs ‘Casa Branca Down’

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Two movies are in theaters this weekend starring pairs of extremely likable actors: Roland Emmerich’s action flick “White House Down,” with Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, and Paul Feig’s female buddy cop comedy “The Heat,” with Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock.

There’s enough time in the stretch between Friday and Monday to fit them both in, but only one can be crowned as the box office winner come Sunday night.

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Pensamentos tecnologia Daily News Net – 01 julho de 2013

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Here’s what an eavesdropper sees when you use an unsecured Wi-Fi hotspot – You’ve probably read at least one story with warnings about using unsecure public Wi-Fi hotspots, so you know that eavesdroppers can capture information traveling over those networks. But nothing gets the point across as effectively as seeing the snooping in action. So I parked myself at my local coffee shop the other day to soak up the airwaves and see what I could see.

New slides reveal greater detail about PRISM program – Slides published by The Washington Post appear to confirm that the NSA and FBI have the ability to perform real-time surveillance of e-mail and stored content.

NSA faces potential German PRISM investigation after EU bugging claims – International tensions over the NSA’s PRISM monitoring program continue to grow, with federal prosecutors in Germany revealing they are ramping up for a potential investigation into whether…

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