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saying the public has a right to film the police https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2017/02/divided-federal-appeals-court-rules-you-have-the-right-to-film-the-police/
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requesting that oculus' products using the stolen code be removed from sale http://www.gamespot.com/articles/zenimax-files-injunction-against-oculus-over-use-o/1100-6448175/
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will enable a 1tb chip shipping later this spring http://www.computerworld.com/article/3174184/data-storage/toshiba-reveals-new-3d-flash-chip-that-can-store-1tb.html
announcement https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/us/company/taec/news/2017/02/memory-20170224-1.html
a new report http://asia.nikkei.com/spotlight/toshiba-in-turmoil/foxconn-may-seek-majority-stake-in-toshiba-s-memory-ops
(zdnet.com) http://www.zdnet.com/article/unsecured-servers-at-new-york-airport-left-exposed-for-a-year/
beauhd https://twitter.com/beauhd
left its server backups exposed on the open internet for almost a year http://www.zdnet.com/article/unsecured-servers-at-new-york-airport-left-exposed-for-a-year/
stewart international airport http://www.panynj.gov/airports/stewart.html
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(variety.com) http://variety.com/2017/film/news/vod-early-home-rentals-studios-theaters-1201994060/
as little as 17 days after they hit theaters http://variety.com/2017/film/news/vod-early-home-rentals-studios-theaters-1201994060/
(axios.com) https://www.axios.com/big-in-business-private-prison-stocks-are-all-the-rage-2281111095.html
cannot produce airplanes fast enough to meet demand https://www.axios.com/big-in-business-private-prison-stocks-are-all-the-rage-2281111095.html
(betanews.com) https://betanews.com/2017/02/24/google-android-messages-rcs-app/
renamed its messenger app to android messages https://betanews.com/2017/02/24/google-android-messages-rcs-app/
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slashdot stories firehose all popular polls ask events --> deals submit search slashdot login or sign up topics: devices build entertainment technology open source science yro more... --> follow us: rss facebook google+ twitter newsletter become a fan of slashdot on facebook nickname: password: public terminal forgot your password? close binspamdupenotthebestofftopicslownewsdaystalestupid freshfunnyinsightfulinterestingmaybe offtopicflamebaittrollredundantoverrated insightfulinterestinginformativefunnyunderrated descriptive typodupeerror !--> check out the new sourceforge html5 internet speed test! no flash necessary and runs on all devices. also, slashdot's facebook page has a chat bot now. message it for stories and more. × 89437145 story appeals court: you have the right to film the police (arstechnica.com) 23--> 23 posted by beauhd on friday february 24, 2017 @09:05pm from the checks-and-balances dept. an anonymous reader quotes a report from ars technica: a divided federal appeals court is ruling for the first amendment, saying the public has a right to film the police. but the 5th u.s. circuit court of appeals, in upholding the bulk of a lower court's decision against an activist who was conducting what he called a "first amendment audit" outside a texas police station, noted that this right is not absolute and is not applicable everywhere. the facts of the dispute are simple. phillip turner was 25 in september 2015 when he decided to go outside the fort worth police department to test officers' knowledge of the right to film the police. while filming, he was arrested for failing to identify himself to the police. officers handcuffed and briefly held turner before releasing him without charges. turner sued, alleging violations of his fourth amendment right against unlawful arrest and detention and his first amendment right of speech. the 2-1 decision thursday by judge jacques wiener is among a slew of rulings on the topic, and it provides fresh legal backing for the so-called youtube society where people are constantly using their mobile phones to film themselves and the police. a dissenting appellate judge on the case -- edith brown clement -- wrote turner was not unlawfully arrested and that the majority opinion from the texas-based appeals court jumped the gun to declare a first amendment right here because one "is not clearly established." court hardware yro 89436919 story zenimax files injunction to stop oculus from selling vr headsets (gamespot.com) 21--> 21 posted by beauhd on friday february 24, 2017 @08:25pm from the stop-dead-in-your-tracks dept. zenimax, the parent company of fallout and skyrim developer bethesda, has filed for an injunction against virtual-reality company oculus over the recent stolen technology case. the company had accused oculus of stealing vr-related code, and was subsequently awarded $500 million by a dallas court earlier this month. zenimax has now filed additional papers against oculus, requesting that oculus' products using the stolen code be removed from sale. gamespot reports: specifically, zenimax is seeking to block sales of its mobile and pc developer kits, as well as technology allowing the integration of oculus rift with development engines unreal and unity, reports law360. if the injunction isn't granted, zenimax wants a share of "revenues derived from products incorporating its intellectual properties," suggesting a 20 percent cut for at least 10 years. zenimax argues the previous settlement of $500 million is "insufficient incentive for [oculus] to cease infringing." oculus, meanwhile, says that "zenimax's motion does not change the fact that the [original] verdict was legally flawed and factually unwarranted. we look forward to filing our own motion to set aside the jury's verdict and, if necessary, filing an appeal that will allow us to put this litigation behind us," the virtual reality company stated. business court facebook 89437807 story slashdot asks: are curved tvs worth it? (cnet.com) 64--> 64 posted by beauhd on friday february 24, 2017 @07:45pm from the pros-and-cons dept. new submitter cherishjoo shares a report written by david katzmaier via cnet: when the first curved tvs appeared more than three years ago i asked whether they were a gimmick. as a tv reviewer i had to give the curve a fighting chance, however, so i took a curved samsung home to live with my family for awhile, in addition to subjecting it to a full cnet review. in the end, i answered my own question with the headline "great picture quality, but the curved screen is a flat-out gimmick." since then most of the video geeks i know, including just about everybody i hear from on twitter, facebook and article comments, pooh-poohs curved tv screens as a useless distraction. a curved tv takes the traditional flat screen and bends it along a gentle arc. the edges end up a bit closer, ostensibly providing a slight wraparound effect. curved tv makers, citing huge curved screens like imax, call their sets more "immersive" than their flat counterparts, but in my experience that claim doesn't hold water at in-home (as opposed to theatrical) screen sizes and viewing distances. the only real image-quality benefit i saw to the curve was a reduction in reflections in some cases. that benefit wasn't worth the slight geometric distortions introduced by the curve, not to mention its awkwardness when hung on the wall. that said, the curve doesn't ruin an otherwise good picture. in tvs, assuming similar prices, curved vs. flat boils down to a choice of aesthetics. as katzmaier mentioned, curved tvs have been on the market for several years now, and while manufacturers continue to produce them, the verdict on whether or not the pros outweigh the cons is still murky. here's our question for you: are curved televisions worth the inflated price tag? if you are in the market for a new tv, does the fact that the display is curved entice you or steer you away? displays hardware money 89435067 story world's largest spam botnet adds ddos feature (bleepingcomputer.com) 13--> 13 posted by beauhd on friday february 24, 2017 @07:05pm from the ready-to-go dept. an anonymous reader writes from a report via bleepingcomputer: necurs, the world's largest spam botnet with nearly five million infected bots, of which one million are active each day, has added a new module that can be used for launching ddos attacks. the sheer size of the necurs botnet, even in its worst days, dwarfs all of today's iot botnets. the largest iot botnet ever observed was mirai botnet #14 that managed to rack up around 400,000 bots towards the end of 2016 (albeit the owner of that botnet has now been arrested). if this new feature were to ever be used, a necurs ddos attack would easily break every ddos record there is. fortunately, no such attack has been seen until now. until now, the necurs botnet has been seen spreading the dridex banking trojan and the locky ransomware. according to industry experts, there's a low chance we'd see the necurs botnet engage in ddos attacks because the criminal group behind the botnet is already making too much money to risk exposing their full infrastructure in ddos attacks. botnet malware privacy 89436541 story fcc to halt rule that protects your private data from security breaches (arstechnica.com) 57--> 57 posted by beauhd on friday february 24, 2017 @06:20pm from the quick-before-it's-too-late dept. according to ars technica, "the federal communications commission plans to halt implementation of a privacy rule that requires isps to protect the security of its customers' personal information." from the report: the data security rule is part of a broader privacy rulemaking implemented under former chairman tom wheeler but opposed by the fcc's new republican majority. the privacy order's data security obligations are scheduled to take effect on march 2, but chairman ajit pai wants to prevent that from happening. the data security rule requires isps and phone companies to take "reasonable" steps to protect customers' information -- such as social security numbers, financial and health information, and web browsing data -- from theft and data breaches. the rule would be blocked even if a majority of commissioners supported keeping them in place, because the fcc's wireline competition bureau can make the decision on its own. that "full commission vote on the pending petitions" could wipe out the entire privacy rulemaking, not just the data security section, in response to petitions filed by trade groups representing isps. that vote has not yet been scheduled. the most well-known portion of the privacy order requires isps to get opt-in consent from consumers before sharing web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and other third parties. the opt-in rule is supposed to take effect december 4, 2017, unless the fcc or congress eliminates it before then. pai has said that isps shouldn't face stricter rules than online providers like google and facebook, which are regulated separately by the federal trade commission. pai wants a "technology-neutral privacy framework for the online world" based on the ftc's standards. according to today's fcc statement, the data security rule "is not consistent with the ftc's privacy standards." business data fcc 89434483 story toshiba plans to ship a 1tb flash chip to manufacturers this spring (computerworld.com) 16--> 16 posted by beauhd on friday february 24, 2017 @05:40pm from the to-be-continued dept. lucas123 writes: toshiba has begun shipping samples of its third-generation 3d nand memory product, a chip with 64 stacked flash cells that it said will enable a 1tb chip shipping later this spring. the new flash memory product has 65% greater capacity than the previous generation technology, which used 48 layers of nand flash cells. the chip will be used in data centers and consumer ssd products. the technology announcement comes even as suitors are eyeing buying a majority share of the company's memory business. along with a previous report about western digital, foxxcon, sk hynix and micron technology have now also thrown their hats in the ring to purchase a majority share in toshiba's memory spin-off, according to a new report in the nikkei's asian review. flash ssd storage 89434727 story security lapse exposed new york airport's critical servers for a year (zdnet.com) 30--> 30 posted by beauhd on friday february 24, 2017 @05:00pm from the safety-first dept. an anonymous reader quotes a report from zdnet: a security lapse at a new york international airport left its server backups exposed on the open internet for almost a year, zdnet has found. the internet-connected storage drive contained several backup images of servers used by stewart international airport, but neither the backup drive nor the disk images were password protected, allowing anyone to access their contents. since april last year, the airport had been inadvertently leaking its own highly-sensitive files as a result of the drive's misconfiguration. vickery, who also posted an analysis of his findings, said the drive "was, in essence, acting as a public web server" because the airport was backing up unprotected copies of its systems to a buffalo-branded drive, installed by a contract third-party it specialist. when contacted thursday, the contractor dismissed the claims and would not comment further. though the listing still appears on shodan, the search engine for unprotected devices and databases, the drive has since been secured. the files contained eleven disk images, accounting for hundreds of gigabytes of files and folders, which when mounted included dozens of airport staff email accounts, sensitive human resources files, interoffice memos, payroll data, and what appears to be a large financial tracking database. many of the files we reviewed include "confidential" internal airport documents, which contain schematics and details of other core infrastructure. database email privacy 89433081 story studios push for $50 early home movie rentals (variety.com) 164--> 164 posted by msmash on friday february 24, 2017 @04:20pm from the shape-of-things-to-come dept. as many as five major hollywood studios have been working with cinema owners to shrink the traditional release window and allow consumers to rent movies on-demand in as little as 17 days after they hit theaters, reports variety. from the article: warner bros. and universal have been the most aggressive in pursuing an arrangement that would see certain movies receive a premium video-on-demand release within weeks of their theatrical premieres, but now other studios are joining the discussions. twentieth century fox has also begun to talk early releases with theater owners, while sony is having its own separate talks with exhibitors and is trying to devise its own plan. paramount, which previously did a pilot program with amc and a few other exhibitors to release "scouts guide to the zombie apocalypse" and "paranormal activity: the ghost dimension" on digital platforms early, has continued to seek a similar strategy. though different studios are exploring different scenarios, the plan that has gathered the most steam would involve offering up movies for $50 a rental some 17 days after their theatrical opening. those rentals would be available for 48 hours. the latest round of discussions began roughly 18 months ago. fox movies tv 89432963 story boeing and airbus can't make enough airplanes to keep up with demand (axios.com) 98--> 98 posted by msmash on friday february 24, 2017 @03:40pm from the demand-and-supply-problems dept. from a report on axios: aerospace manufacturers like boeing and airbus cannot produce airplanes fast enough to meet demand despite what the wall street journal calls "one of the industry's steepest production increases since world war ii." the run up in demand is partially the result of fast-growing airline industries in the middle east and china. manufacturers will need to increase production by 30% to meet current orders, and such booming demand is one sign of a healthier global economy. boeing business transportation 89431699 story google renames messenger to android messages as the company pushes rcs (betanews.com) 79--> 79 posted by msmash on friday february 24, 2017 @03:00pm from the making-do-with-anything dept. we have come a long way from the age of flip phones and nine-key texting. even as if group messaging and instant messengers took over, the sms has largely retained its core standard over the years. google wants to change that, and for this, it has been working with hundreds of carriers and manufacturers around the world to bring the text message into the 21st century. using a standard called rich communications services, the group plans to make a texting app that comes with your phone and is every bit as powerful as those dedicated messaging apps. this would make all the best features available to everyone with an android phone. from a report on betanews: just last week we were talking about google's championing of rcs (rich communication services), the successor to sms. now the company has renamed its messenger app to android messages as it aims to become not just the default sms app, but the default rcs app for android users. part of the reason for the name change is to convey the idea that the app is now about more than just one type of message. google is betting big on rcs and this is hinted at in the app update description which says it adds "simpler sign-up for enhanced features on supported carriers." android google rcs 89432843 story americans believe robots will take everyone else's job, but theirs will be safe, study says (cnbc.com) 274--> 274 posted by msmash on friday february 24, 2017 @02:20pm from the what-we-think dept. an anonymous reader shares a cnbc report: you may accept, by now, that robots will take over lots of jobs currently held by human workers. but you probably believe they won't be taking yours. though other industries are in danger, your position is safe. that's according to a report released by liveperson, a cloud-based messaging company which surveyed 2,000 u.s.-based consumers online in january. their researchers find that only three percent of respondents say they experience fear about losing their job to a robot once a week. by contrast, more than 40 percent of respondents never worry about it. and a whopping 65 percent of respondents either strongly or somewhat agree that other industries will suffer because of automation, but theirs will be fine. business usa ai 89432391 story tesla is so sure its cars are safe that it now offers insurance for life (mashable.com) 115--> 115 posted by msmash on friday february 24, 2017 @01:40pm from the confidence-level:-sky dept. in the self-driving future envisioned by tesla ceo elon musk, car owners might be saying "goodbye" to a whole lot more than steering wheels. from a mashable report: musk is so sure of the safety features bundled into tesla vehicles that his company has begun offering some customers a lifetime insurance and maintenance package at the time of purchase. no more monthly insurance bills. no more unexpected repair costs. "we've been doing it quietly," tesla president of global sales and service jonathan mcneill explained on the call, "but in asia in particular where we started this, now the majority of tesla cars are sold with an insurance product that is customized to tesla, that takes into account not only the autopilot safety features but also the maintenance costs of the car." "it's our vision in the future that we'll be able to offer a single price for the car, maintenance and insurance in a really compelling offering for the consumer," added mcneill. "and we're currently doing that today." business tesla transportation 89432015 story with no fair use, it's more difficult to innovate, says google (torrentfreak.com) 55--> 55 posted by msmash on friday february 24, 2017 @01:00pm from the things-we-all-need dept. unlike the united states where 'fair use' exemptions are entrenched in law, australia has only a limited "fair dealing" arrangement. this led head of copyright at google to conclude that australia wouldn't be a safe place for his company to store certain data, a clear hindrance to innovation and productivity. from a report on torrentfreak: the legal freedom offered by fair use is a cornerstone of criticism, research, teaching and news reporting, one that enables the activities of thousands of good causes and enriches the minds of millions. however, not all countries fully embrace the concept. perhaps surprisingly, australia is currently behind the times on this front, a point not lost on google's senior copyright counsel, william patry. speaking with the australian, patry describes local copyright law as both arcane and not fit for purpose, while acting as a hindrance to innovation and productivity. "we think australians are just as innovative as americans, but the laws are different. and those laws dictate that commercially we act in a different way," patry told the publication. "our search function, which is the basis of the entire company, is authorized in the us by fair use. you don't have anything like that here." australia currently employs a more restrictive "fair dealing" approach, but itâ(tm)s certainly possible that fair use could be introduced in the near future. fairuse google copyright 89428697 story lg's latest battery is also a phone (engadget.com) 71--> 71 posted by msmash on friday february 24, 2017 @12:20pm from the innovations-at-play dept. an anonymous reader shares an engadget report: the problem with having a smartphone that you want to use all the damn time is that you'll spend a big chunk of your day wedded to an outlet. lg believes that nobody should have to suffer such an indignity, and has launched the x power2 as a remedy. the smartphone is designed to operate for an entire weekend on a single charge thanks to the 4,500mah battery tucked inside. it'll also recharge nice and quick, too, taking just two hours to go from flat all the way back up to 100 percent. unfortunately, like the first-generation lg x power phone, the capacious battery is the only noteworthy thing about it. the 5.5-inch display has a hd resolution, and is using an off-brand 1.5ghz octa-core chip that we're guessing is made by mediatek. in addition, there's either 1.5gb or 2gb ram paired with 16gb storage, which will hardly pull up any trees when most flagships are packing twice that amount. android hardware mobile 89428659 story treasure trove of internal apple memos discovered in thrift store (gizmodo.com) 26--> 26 posted by msmash on friday february 24, 2017 @11:40am from the blast-from-the-past dept. an anonymous reader shares a gizmodo report: peeking inside a book bin at a seattle goodwill, redditor vadermeer caught an interesting, unexpected glimpse into the early days of apple: a cache of internal memos, progress reports, and legal pad scribbles from 1979 and 1980, just three years into the tech monolith's company history. the documents at one point belonged to jack macdonald -- then the manager of systems software for the apple ii and iii (in these documents referred to by its code name sara). the papers pertain to implementation of software security from apple's friends and enemies (ssafe), an early anti-piracy measure. not much about macdonald exists online, and the presence of his files in a thrift store suggests he may have passed away, though many of the people included in these documents have gone on to long and lucrative careers. the project manager on ssafe for example, randy wigginton, was apple's sixth employee and has since worked for ebay, paypal, and (somewhat tumultuously) google. apple co-founder steve wozniak also features heavily in the implementation of these security measures. apple technology companies « newer older » slashdot top deals slashdot top deals slashdot deals slashdot poll will humans discover life on another planet in the next 200 years? 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