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Category: Identity Management
Your medical record is worth more to hackers than your credit card | Reuters
Network science predicts those with open networks are more successful
Massachusetts Has the Worst Drivers. Duh.
How to interview your next employer
Think Your Interview Process is Fair? Read This Letter.
BY Suzanne Lucas, inc.com
Most companies demand plenty of information from job applicants. There’s no good reason for this to be a one-way street.
What would happen if job candidates treated you the way you treat them? You might be receiving letters such as this…
- Here’s How Elon Musk Can Tell If Job Applicants Are Lying About Their Experience (businessinsider.com)
- Five Tips for Smart Hiring Decisions (huffingtonpost.com)
DropcamPro: the best cloud based home security camera
Dropcam trades silver for black with its new, smarter Dropcam Pro
Ricardo Bilton, venturebeat.com
Tickets On Sale Now
Dropcam has come a long way from selling someone else’s hardware.
The home surveillance hardware company, which started out by selling cameras made by Axis, is updating its product line again with the $200…
FBI seizes Silk Road website
FBI seizes black market website Silk Road, arrests its founder
Jon Fingas, engadget.com
Light just reached one of the darker corners of the web: the FBI has seized Silk Road, a site infamous for hosting anonymized, Bitcoin-based drug and gun sales. The move follows a sting operation that also led to the arrest of site founder…
Tellspec app identifies weird stuff in your food
TellSpec identifies food ingredients and calories using science, magic
Zach Honig, engadget.com
Some of us can’t eat gluten, while others need to stay away from certain fats. Mealtime can be incredibly stressful for people with dietary restrictions — especially when dining out — since manufacturers aren’t always required to…
23andme: how to use genetic testing while ensuring privacy
How to use 23andMe without giving up your genetic privacy
Sarah A. Downey, venturebeat.com
Sarah A. Downey is an attorney, privacy analyst, and writer at Abine, an online privacy startup in Boston. Find her on Twitter @SarahADowney.
If you’re like me, the idea of knowing what’s in your genetic profile is both…
- How to use 23andMe without giving up your genetic privacy (venturebeat.com)
- 23andMe surrenders, sort of: Testing kits rebranded to offer ‘ancestry info’ now (medcitynews.com)
- Women sue 23andMe over marketing claims (bizjournals.com)
- The problems with the BRCA test from 23andMe (kevinmd.com)
Mass bans non compete contracts to entice entrepreneurs
In bid to keep entrepreneurs, Massachusetts moves to ban non-compete contracts
Jeff John Roberts, gigaom.com
Fed up with watching young tech savants like Mark Zuckerberg leave for the west coast, the Massachusetts government suggested it is ready to take a major step to level the playing field: banning so-called non-compete agreements that…
iDoorCam wifi door bell and camera on Indiegogo
Why The iDoorCam Is An Indiegogo Sensation
BY NEAL UNGERLEIDER, fastcompany.com
Investors are going gaga for a smartphone-integrated doorbell that lets anyone screen visitors on a video app integrated into their iPhones or Androids.
iDoorCam is that rarest of things: A bona fide Indiegogo phenomenon. The Wi-Fi– enabled…
- The Top 10 Business Lessons Of 2013 (bgrblog.wordpress.com)
Canary: This Might Be Your Home Security System of The Future
Canary: This Might Be Your Home Security System of The Future.
- Canary App-Driven Home Security System Lets You Have Full Control (devicemag.com)
- Canary: A Smart Home Security Device for Everyone (design-milk.com)
- Canary: A Simple, Elegant Home Security System That Works With Your iPhone (cultofmac.com)
- Canary, an all-in-one smart home security system controlled with an app (geek.com)
- Canary brings the Internet of Things to home security (hackthings.com)
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