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nuclear proliferation

Steve Chu says goodbye to the Department of Energy

The full list of Queen's speech measures - as open data

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The Queen's speech was packed with bills and government aspirations. Get the full list - and see how it breaks down• Get the data• Data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianThe Queen's Speech is the closest the UK has to the US State of the Union speech. It's where...
The full list of Queen's speech measures - as open data

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

Clinton adviser Dick Morris calls Obama ‘first anti-American president’

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Former Clinton adviser Dick Morris is livid over President Barack Obama's decision to restrict the use of nuclear weapons by the United States.Appearing on Fox & Friends Tuesday morning, he called the move "outrageous," "absurd," "beyond belief," and suggested his former boss might be "anti-American.""It's the most outrageous thing, I...
Clinton adviser Dick Morris calls Obama ‘first anti-American president’

The Cyberpolitics Of Cyberbellicosity Cyberpushing Cybersecurity To Cyberprevent Cyberwar

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Let's kick this off with an obligatory link to WillUsingThePrefixCyberMakeMeLookLikeAnIdiot.com. As Senator Harry Reid has declared that the Senate absolutely will vote on a cybersecurity bill soon, despite significant questions about the bills under consideration and about whether such a bill is really needed at all, Jim Harper points out...
The Cyberpolitics Of Cyberbellicosity Cyberpushing Cybersecurity To Cyberprevent Cyberwar

Should We Want A 'Cyberwar'? It's A Lot Less Bloody Than A Real War

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We've certainly written an awful lot about the ridiculousness of the concept of "cyber war." Even with things like Stuxnet and Flame, it seems silly to compare what amounts to either electronic espionage or a little hacking as "war." But perhaps we were looking at it the wrong way. In...
Should We Want A 'Cyberwar'? It's A Lot Less Bloody Than A Real War

Report: NSA Collects Data Directly From Servers Of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook And More

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The Washington Post is reporting a top-secret National Security Administration data-mining program that taps directly into the Google, Facebook, Microsoft and YouTube servers. ”The National Security Agency and the FBI are tapping directly into the central servers of nine leading U.S. Internet companies, extracting audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents and connection...
Report: NSA Collects Data Directly From Servers Of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook And More

The Cyberpolitics Of Cyberbellicosity Cyberpushing Cybersecurity To Cyberprevent Cyberwar

www.techdirt.com
Let's kick this off with an obligatory link to WillUsingThePrefixCyberMakeMeLookLikeAnIdiot.com. As Senator Harry Reid has declared that the Senate absolutely will vote on a cybersecurity bill soon, despite significant questions about the bills under consideration and about whether such a bill is really needed at all, Jim Harper points out...
The Cyberpolitics Of Cyberbellicosity Cyberpushing Cybersecurity To Cyberprevent Cyberwar

Hackers steal and publish e-mails from U.N. nuclear agency

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The IAEA confirms its servers were breached and a hacking group claims responsibility demanding an investigation into Israel's alleged nuclear proliferation program. [Read more]...
Hackers steal and publish e-mails from U.N. nuclear agency

DailyDirt: Nuclear Power Won't Go Away

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Someday, the world will run out of fossil fuels to burn. But maybe we can avoid running out of fossil fuels by figuring out another energy source, so we won't need to burn hydrocarbons to produce electricity. Nuclear fission is just one possible energy source that could potentially replace coal,...
DailyDirt: Nuclear Power Won't Go Away
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