The Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce is presenting “NSA Surveillance – How Secure Are Your Calls and Emails?” on Wednesday, April 30, 2014.
This presentation will explain NSA mass surveillance of email and phone communications and will discuss the security of your personal and business communications.
It will provide a clear summary of
- Edward Snowden disclosures
- two federal court decisions, and
- explanation of FISA/FISC.
We will explore the following issues:
- are my communications secure from the NSA?
- are my communications reasonably secure for business purposes?
- are changes in the laws expected?
Registration is here.
While the world of internet search engines is dominated by Google, a new search site, Boxfish, has entered with an entirely new twist: searching for references on TV.
Calling themselves “TV’s information engine,” Boxfish grabs the closed captioning text streams from major broadcasters and makes it searchable in real time.
Formatting is not ideal but the content is fast and free.
This service is an excellent resource for trending issues (e.g., Facebook IPO, searching for references of “Romney” vs. “Obama”), latest news, and monitoring news references as they happen.
Stenotype Institute, based here in Florida, suggests that Boxfish may be a boon for stenographers. Ars Technica was also a fan.