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A Look at Steve Jobs' FBI File

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Yes, it's true. The FBI had a file on Steve Jobs. It's not what you might think, though. The FBI performed a "level III" background investigation on Jobs as a potential presidential appointee in 1991. He was described by most witnesses as an "individual of good character and integrity" that...
A Look at Steve Jobs' FBI File
FBI releases background investigation on Steve Jobs from 1991

Daily Wrap: Google Drive Will Be Different and more

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Jon Mitchell explains why Google Drive doesn't have to be a Dropbox clone. This and more in today's Daily Wrap. Sometimes it's difficult to catch everything that hits tech media in a day, so we wrap up some of the most talked about stories. We give you a daily recap...
Daily Wrap: Google Drive Will Be Different and more
FBI dossier on Steve Jobs from 1991 released to the public
Steve Jobs details drug use, phone hacking, and more in Department of Defense docs

Movie Studios Compiled Scary Private Life Dossier On SurfTheChannel Owner

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Anton Vickerman, the owner of TV streaming links site SurfTheChannel, was sentenced to four years jail-time at Newcastle Crown Court yesterday after previously being found guilty of conspiracy to defraud for “facilitating” copyright infringement. The background investigation into the case was carried out by the Hollywood-funded, MPA-affiliated, UK anti-piracy group...
Movie Studios Compiled Scary Private Life Dossier On SurfTheChannel Owner

The Circuit: Steve Jobs’s FBI file, Verizon’s cable deal, Google and Motorola

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Steve Jobs file posted on FBI site: Steve Jobs, being considered in 1991 for an appointment under President George H.W. Bush, underwent a thorough background investigation by the FBI, according to newly released files from the agency. The Washington Post reported that the FBI amassed a lengthy and often...
The Circuit: Steve Jobs’s FBI file, Verizon’s cable deal, Google and Motorola
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The 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors

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Hugh Pickens writes "The Register reports that experts from some 30 organizations worldwide have compiled 2010's list of the 25 most dangerous programming errors along with a novel way to prevent them: by drafting contracts that hold developers responsible when bugs creep into applications. The 25 flaws are the cause...
The 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors
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