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SUBARCTIC ARCHITECTURE a symposium on modern cold climate design

Thursday 10/26 NWT Association of Architects at Top Knight

SUBARCTIC ARCHITECTURE a symposium on modern cold climate design
https://youtu.be/qXoIjZ61J8g  TRT: 1hr 30min

Opening
Presentations by a selection of expert architects, engineers, builders and professionals. Explore how building design in our extreme northern climate has had to adapt, and how creative design solutions and methods help to craft meaningful and functional buildings. Find out what works and what doesn’t.

Presentations Playlist:

SUBARCTIC ARCHITECTURE- a symposium on modern cold climate design Playlist
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeNJFhWYT9_BdqzSesrhCk5blzCeUCHXj

THE SCALE OF OUTSIDE, INSIDE
Simon Taylor
Principal, Taylor Architecture Group
https://youtu.be/MjDBz9kbBkQ
https://www.tagyk.com/

FORM, COLOUR & COMPOSITION – AN ARCHITECTURAL LEXICON FOR THE ARCTIC
Wayne Guy – Principal, Guy Architects
https://youtu.be/QttJCTmCt5s
https://www.guyarchitects.com/

THE INUVIK TO TUK HIGHWAY
Warren Mcleod – https://youtu.be/OmTnn1F6ni4
Principal, Stantec
http://www.stantec.com/about-us/office-locations/canada-locations/northwest-territoriesoffices/yellowknife-northwest-territories-office.html

TIPI HOUSE DESIGN CONCEPTS AND DEFINITION OF SOME RELEVANT ARCHITECTURAL TERMS
Kayhan Nadji
Principal, Nadji Architects
https://youtu.be/hHpIj0LDtYM
http://www.nadji-architects.ca/

WHY ARE ARCTIC MECHANICAL SYSTEMS DIFFERENT?
Brian George
https://youtu.be/zzfMpu9TaYA
Mechanical Engineer, Williams Engineering
http://williamsengineering.com/

THE BASICS OF PRACTICAL NORTHERN BUILDING PRACTICES
Randy Jacobs
https://youtu.be/hlVW2KYIATU
Senior Technical Officer, Department of Infrastructure
https://www.inf.gov.nt.ca/

ACHIEVING OFF-GRID LIVING IN SUBARCTIC CLIMATES
Wade Carpenter
https://youtu.be/maquOY6aTGo
Alternative Energy Specialist, Department of Infrastructure
https://www.inf.gov.nt.ca/

CULTURAL PATHS: SUBARCTIC ABORIGINAL SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
Chris Clarke
https://youtu.be/FC8C1L4bbJw
Facility Planner, Department of Health
http://www.hss.gov.nt.ca/

BUILDING THE SNOW CASTLE
Avalanche Kid (Joel Maillet)
https://youtu.be/qWD6k076Ocw
Subarctic Architecture: Winter Festival
http://www.snowking.ca/

60 sec promo
https://youtu.be/PVKwBm0ElAk

 

The office of the Northwest Territories Association of Architects @nwtarchitects
is open Tuesday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm.
NWT Association of Architects
(867) 766-4216 
contact@nwtaa.ca
Mailing Address 
PO Box 1394 
Yellowknife, NT X1A 2P1
Office & Courier Address
Diamond Plaza 
5204 50th Avenue,
Suite 202 
Yellowknife, NT X1A 1E2

Executive Director Ben Russo
ben@nwtaa.ca
http://nwtaa.ca/

Recorded live at Yellowknife’s Black Knight Pub
910 49th St – Yellowknife – Northwest Territories – X1A 2N8 –
Phone (867) 920-4041
http://www.blackknightpub.com

Yellowknife Federal Cannabis legalization and regulation Town Hall videos

Re cannabis legalization and regulation town hall

Yellowknife Federal Cannabis Town Hall pt01
https://youtu.be/94jpMhAhd54
00;00;00;00 first frame (not synced to visible TC over time)
00:00:30:15 Introduction by N.W.T. MP Michael McLeod
00:05:02:19 Bill Blair’s opening platform – historic use – youth protection – $600 million criminal activity – health of consumers – kids – criminal record – reduce health and social harms – comprehensive and strict regulation – oversee or production distribution – legal, healthier adult use – criminal record issues – legalizing to regulate – to learn from local experience – consensus on three things from other meetings across Canada – roadway safety – impaired driving –
00;10;55;00 Question: Kim MacNearney … social harms of criminal records – pardons ….
00;11;16;11 Bill Blair’s reply – pardons – law, repeal and replace – criminal records – pardons
00;13;00;09 Michael McLeod – minister of public safety reviewing the pardon system –
00;13;07;15 Bill Blair – cost of pardon system fees – accessible $$ dollar wise and socially –
00;14;00;21 Question: Sara Murphy – education youth – distribution
00;14;34;24 Bill Blair’s – govt support of education programs – youth – research & public education campaigns – driving – territorial responsibilities
00;17;48;23 Excise tax & federal others taxes applied to cannabis to be reinvestment in research, public education, rehabilitation and treatment –
00;18;15;23 Question: Nancy Vail pt 1 – booze / pot double standard – THC levels – driver levels –
00;19;21;01 Bill Blair’s reply – sobriety of all on the road is the preference
00;22;35;28 Question: Nancy Vail pt 2
00;23;06;18 Bill Blair’s reply – social de normalization – workplace safety – managed risk – reduce social health harms – public health approach –
00;26;09;25 Question: pt 1 – what NWT regulatory body? – access – tax levels – point of sale pricing –
00;27;16;04 Bill Blair’s reply – low enough to be competitive in the marketplace – high enough not to encourage –
00;29;44;18 Question: pt 2
00;29;54;28 Bill Blair – federal / territorial / provincial roles / regulation of distribution – appropriate – respectful to people of the territory – “co-operative confederation” –
00;31;50;22 Question: Kim MacNearney… Hight restriction?
00;32;10;29 Bill Blair’s reply “the vacation effect” –
00;33;34;14 Question: Kim MacNearney… NWT Dry Communities?
00;33;51;25 Bill Blair’s reply – on provincial / territorial authority
00;34;58;08 Follow-up: Kim MacNearney…NWT Dry Communities?
00;35;10;01 Bill Blair’s reply – Confirming territorial control over distribution & Dry Communities
00;35;24;24 Question pt 1 : On bootlegging in small communities and appropriate, fair access in all communities compared to Yellowknife –
00:37:59:09 Bill Blair’s reply … NWT has regulatorial control over distribution… Canada Post…
00;38;46;26 Question pt 2 : Father 17 yr old son / parental / householder / grower – responsibility
00;39;16;20 Bill Blair’s reply – grower regulation – fencing – urban regulation – municipal regulations like chicken / hen house permits – 15 yrs experience with permits to grow for medical purposes – harvesting and giving plant to a 17 year old is still an offence –
End Part one
00;41;36;17

Yellowknife Federal Cannabis Town Hall pt02 https://youtu.be/nstwJoHyMIo
Begin Part two
00;41;36;17 Question: Noeline Villebrun, former Dene National Chief
00;46;17;20 – Dene law – Dene plants – Dene medicine – health funding – jurisdictional concerns – language – NWT majority Dene – older Dene users – PTSD use for residential school survivors –
00;54;01;12 Michael McLeod’s reply – Feds working with First Nations – four tables / First Nation, Metis, Inuit and one more for the Land Claim Coalition Groups… –
00;57;20;03 Bill Blair’s reply – language – culturally appropriate communication
00;57;53;10 Question: On revenue being earmarked for education, health and addiction services in the NWT … local enforcement issues … growing 4 plants in small remote communities – grade 7 youth smoking –
01;01;01;07 Bill Blair’s reply- on enforcement – cultivation & rules – parental responsibility in the home – number of plants limit –
01;03;54;07 Question: On parents roles … parenting roles, adult education in addition to education in the schools …
01;05;18;00 Bill Blair’s reply – education – safety is a shared responsibility
01;07;10;23 Question: Lydia Bardak – Youth education… mental health – self medication justice… school.. health crisis – pardon issues
01;12;45;22 Bill Blair’s reply
01;18;56;18 Question: Sara Murphy – Community growing / shared gardens…
01;19;46;03 Bill Blair’s reply – “designated grower” under the medical regulations…
01;22;05;04 Follow-up: Sara Murphy – training medical growers –
01;22;38;22 Bill Blair’s reply – Health Canada small “craft brewery” production group license? Non-medical use licenses..
01;24;12;24 Follow-up: Sara Murphy –
01;24;16;16 Bill Blair – Non-medical use grow licenses
01;25;13;27 Noeline Villebrun – health & metal health issues – treatment centre shutdowns – why is that –
01;26;46;06 Michael McLeod’s reply – on the land treatment – and down south –
01;28;01;25 Noeline Villebrun Follow-up: banishment – Dene law –
01;31;21;12 Michael McLeod’s reply –
01;33;45;18 Noeline Villebrun Follow-up
End Part two
01;34;23;20

Yellowknife Federal Cannabis Town Hall pt03 https://youtu.be/d1JKgWkQaec
Part three starts
01;34;23;20 Question – Inaudible
01;34;28;00 Question –
01;35;17;09 Bill Blair – rights of the employer – appropriate rules for safety –
01;37;05;04 Question –
01;39;57;15 Michael McLeod’s reply – indigenous governments and relationship –
01;41;14;14 Question – US border crossing questions / answers – price disparity in Canada / provincial / territorial trade rules – NWT position ?
01;42;50;00 Bill Blair’s reply – provincial / territorial responsibilities – criminal vs territorial regulations – ticketing – US border – international laws – laws of other sovereign states –
01;48;27;01 Question: Kim MacNearney: Medical users under new regulations for recreational use – landlords / tenants rights
01;49;05;28 Bill Blair – medical system remains in place – based on court decisions – constitutional situation – review medical system within five years – user rights limits / balance – alternatives to ingestion –
01;51;22;15 MacNearney – edibles
01;51;23;22 Bill Blair – safety regulated – edibles – dosage – no gummy bears marketing –
01;52;22;01 Noeline Villebrun – traditional healers prescribing –
01;53;34;29 Bill Blair – on authorizations not prescriptions – no DIN number no prescription – NWT traditional healers with authority to authorize? –
01;54;19;19 Noeline Villebrun follow-up –
01;54;24;00 Bill Blair – first time hearing question regarding traditional healers – bring question back to Ottawa for answer
01;54;51;27 Lydia Bardak question: on the job use and consequences – random testing – impairment levels
01;55;40;02 Bill Blair –
01;56;00;19 closing
01;58;00;21 final frame

Still photo set
https://www.flickr.com/photos/george-lessard/albums/72157661675464578

The 🇨🇦 federal government’s representative on legal cannabis, Blair said mail order weed will only come to the communities if the territorial government doesn’t say otherwise. “… N.W.T. MP Michael McLeod and Liberal MP Bill Blair. Blair, the federal government’s representative on legal cannabis, was in Yellowknife Wednesday evening for a public meeting hosted by McLeod. […] He assured the about 40 people who came out to hear what he and McLeod had to say that the territorial government will have the authority to define and control distribution in the North.
It’s been clear that territorial and provincial governments would be responsible for defining legal distribution within their jurisdictions, but what hasn’t been clear is to what extent jurisdictions would be able to supersede federally approved methods of distribution, like mail order cannabis.
But Blair said mail order weed will only come to the communities if the territorial government doesn’t say otherwise.
“That’s their authority to make that decision,” Blair said. […]
For many, a more urgent discussion than preparing for legal weed was how to tackle the already serious issues related to addictions, drug use and related social ills.
“Are the communities ready is not the right question,” said Noeline Villebrun, former Dene National Chief.
Villebrun said she was also concerned the discussion surrounding legalized cannabis in the Northwest Territories was taking place outside the framework of Dene law, traditions and language. …”
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/legal-cannabis-in-the-communities-1.4351916

https://ca.news.yahoo.com/n-w-t-pot-legislation-195148927.html

Job: Managing Editor, Nunatsiaq News Closing October 13, 2017

Job: Managing Editor, Nunatsiaq News
Closing October 13, 2017.
http://www.nunatsiaqonline.ca/

Nunatsiaq News is the newspaper of record for the Eastern Arctic. Serving 45 communities and 70,000 readers a week with its website and print edition, Nunatsiaq News continues to grow its overall readership, web visits and advertising revenue. Its editorial team offers credible, in-depth and award-winning journalism which, together with a lively website comment section, draws readers from the North, southern Canada and around the world.
Reporting to the Publisher, you would manage an experienced editorial team including a senior content editor, four reporters and a number of freelancers.
You would plan, co-ordinate and administer posting multiple stories, including photos and videos, to the website each day as well as publishing a weekly print edition. You would continue to grow the newspaper by adding editorial resources to expand coverage, eventually moving from week-day postings to seven days a week.
You are an excellent communicator, a skilled editor and writer, with meticulous attention to detail and deadlines.
You are well versed and take initiative in a multi-channel environment of print, web and social media, engaging readers on many platforms while drawing increasing traffic to the website. And you are capable of managing a team at a distance, including all aspects of hiring, compensation, housing and transportation.
This position is based in Ottawa or Iqaluit. Closing October 13, 2017. Nunatsiaq News offers competitive compensation, profit sharing, health benefits, and, if based in Nunavut, relocation, housing and travel assistance. Please send resumes to editor@nunatsiaq.com.
http://www.nunatsiaqonline.ca/ads/banner_pdfs/170915.100.79.pdf

Beijing Taxis

When I arrived at the Beijing 🇨🇳 P.R.C. airport customs… in May of 1995, the officer decided that since the computer screen for my computer was not attached to my computer I would have to pay U$ 300 .. so I had to get cash at the airport bank, bring it back, pay him and then enter officially…the person who was supposed to see me was not there… So my 5 items of luggage went looking to go to China Daily… I had a letter in English… with the address and logo of China Daily…
The airport was almost empty other than a few taxi drivers… one seemed to understand English… he looked at the paper and by conversation I believed he understood where to go…
My cart of stuff and I were escorted to his cab… a regular looking car… by himself and a buddy???
Suddenly the cab ride became a two car trip…
I refused.. and I loaded all the bags into one car… and away we went…
With the second car following…
We arrived at…..
A hotel with the same name as the China Daily publication I was to work for…
As printed in the letterhead of my letter…
21st Century ….
(China Daily’s English language paper for the education sector…)
There the doorman actually spoke enough English that he told me and the driver of the error.. checked the China Daily address …
and away the two cars, two drivers, all my bags and I…

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We arrive at the offices of China Daily late at night.. and there is no security guard… no doorman… but the front door is unlocked….
I walk in looking around…
pass the wooden staff mailboxes on the wall in the front lobby..

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Not a live human being to be seen but I and the two taxi drivers….
Then, along a long slopping ramp from the third floor…
A white haired American woman says…
“Hey are you the new guy we were expecting…??”
Yes!

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The foreign experts manger is quickly roused…
descends form his upper floor apartment …
in glasses, slippers, PJs and a rain coat…
and proceeds to pay both taxi drivers much to my vocal protest…

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And that’s when I am told by Ann Holiday that my taxi ride from the airport is officially the most expensive on record for the 20 or so foreign experts contract to China Daily at that time..

@ShahakShapira’s #HEYTWITTER

 

via Man spray paints Twitter office sidewalk with abusive tweets it refuses to delete

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The Design and Development of Digital Return Platforms for Northern Indigenous Heritage (PDF)

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Executive Summary

“… Digital return technologies offer Indigenous communities a means of repatriating objects and knowledge gathered from their ancestors as part of earlier colonial endeavors. Many third party institutions such as museums, universities, and government heritage agencies, retain possession of these collections because of the perceived impracticality of returning them to source communities.
The concept of digital repatriation or “digital return” has emerged as a means of rebuilding relationships between source communities and third party institutions through the transfer of knowledge and objects in digital form. In this way, digital return systems, such as online archives, electronic atlases and digital databases, are excellent examples of disruptive technologies.
The idea of disruptive technologies was first popularized by Clayton Christensen in his 1997 book “The Innovator’s Dilemma”. Disruptive technologies are technological innovations that upset networks supporting the existing state of affairs. Digital return acts as a disruptive technology because it disrupts established institutional models for archiving, accessing, and interpreting objects and cultural knowledge.
Paradoxically, digital return also disrupts traditional Indigenous networks that support how objects and cultural knowledge are accessed and circulated by making them freely available on the public Internet . Resolving this paradox requires that we identify and address existing knowledge gaps in both the sociocultural and technological sides of digital return.
A three-part scoping review of Indigenous digital return projects in regions of the North American and European Arctic was undertaken to: a) identify the extent and objectives of academic, government, and community-led digital return projects; b) characterize the digital return methodologies currently used in arctic communities; c) identify the issues and challenges facing digital return projects within the study area; and d) draw attention to heritage initiatives that are grass roots and community led.
The methods used in this study include: a) bibliometric analysis of electronic databases; b) online surveys of digital return projects; and c) a case study of community-led heritage organizations and their projects. …”
PDF http://www.idees-ideas.ca/sites/default/files/sites/default/uploads/general/2016/2016-sshrc-ksg-dawson_0.pdf

Indigenous people’s movement, Yellowknife, Canada #Denendeh #J11 #IdleNoMore #YZF #NWT via @citiesandmemory

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“… Protest and Politics is the first global mapping of the sounds of protest, demonstration and political activism. Whether it’s people standing on either side of Donald Trump in the USA, Brexit in the UK, Marine Le Pen in France or any of thousands of local and national protests around the world, people are increasingly finding their voice and expressing themselves through sound. These sounds, more than any other, are coming to define the age in which we’re living, and are uniting people, communities and entire countries around the world. More than 100 sound designers, musicians and sound artists have contributed to the project, whether by reimagining a sound, providing a field recording from a sacred space, or both. Contributors come from all around the world – from Australia and the USA to Costa Rica and Brazil via Italy, France, Spain, the UK and many other countries. Field recordings provided by: George Lessard​…”
Yellowknife Field recording provided by: George Lessard​…”
Listen here
Part of the Protest and Politics project
@citiesandmemory
Set of still photos from the #Denendeh #J11 #IdleNoMore #YZF #NWT shoot
The original #Denendeh #J11 #IdleNoMore #YZF #NWT video is here

 

 

Trudeau cooks s’mores

On the rabble.ca Facebook page/group
https://www.facebook.com/groups/rabbleca/
Sherri Ingrey  https://www.facebook.com/sherri.ingrey
posted the following URL  to the rabble.ca page/group
and the image below is what was displayed in Facebook

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/justin-trudeau-nova-scotia-summer-visit-1.4215527
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However.. when visiting the URL I found a different story there…
“… Justin Trudeau cooks s’mores on Nova Scotia working vacation
Prime minister visited Shelburne, Port Joli and will attend Liberal party event in Halifax tonight By Jean Laroche, CBC News Posted: Jul 21, 2017 10:36 AM AT Last Updated: Jul 21, 2017 4:25 PM AT…” http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/justin-trudeau-nova-scotia-summer-visit-1.4215527

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So I commented …

Great photo capture…???? strange it’s not actually the one that appears in the CBC story at the time of this comment… on CBC it’s the one below…
and CBC headline reads “… Justin Trudeau cooks s’mores on Nova Scotia working vacation Prime minister visited Shelburne, Port Joli and will attend Liberal party event in Halifax tonight By Jean Laroche, CBC News Posted: Jul 21, 2017 10:36 AM AT Last Updated: Jul 21, 2017 4:25 PM AT…”
This is not the first time Ive seen a misrepresentation of a URL’s content on Facebook… but usually it’s just commercial click bait…
In this case it seems that it’s posted here as an editorial/commentary/op-ed/opinion piece rather than an accurate representation of the URL…
Not a problem when such #Satire #Opinion #Editorial #Commentary is indicated … #GimmyAClueEh?

NOTE: this #social #political #creative #phenomenon is becoming a very interesting side side of Facebook

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George Lessard Of course…
I do enjoy recognizing and celebrating the expert practice of the new medium’s arts ….
Much thanks, Sherri Ingrey!

#Online #Privacy #Guide for #Journalists 2017 (28 page PDF also available)

 

Excerpt “… Many veteran journalists, but not only these, surely noticed that we are all of a sudden bombarded again from all-over with mentions of Watergate. Books like George Orwell’s 1984 are on display at bookstores and an air of danger to freedom of speech and freedom of the press is spreading slowly like a dark cloud over the Western Hemisphere, raising old fears.
When an American serving president accuses a former president of surveillance; when he prevents central US media outlets access – so far always granted, and taken for granted – to press conferences he holds; and when he incessantly knocks and accuses the media of being the country’s enemy number one, it isn’t surprising that memories of President Nixon surface up more with every self-pitying tweet about SNL, and that even Republican Senators such as John McCain express fear for the future of democracy.
And McCain is not alone. Many journalists whom I have spoken with recently, expressed concern for whatever lays ahead for the freedom of the press. At a time when it’s possible to express the following statement – “Donald Trump controls the NSA” – and not be held a liar, anything’s possible. Add that to the fact that recent news on CIA taught us that almost all encryption systems can be compromised, if someone has the perseverance to crack them – and you are en route to envisioning an utterly Dystopian world, where you cannot even get too comfortable laying on your sofa, in front of your own smart TV.
The good news is that it is nevertheless possible to make it difficult for anyone to try and intercept your emails, the text messages you’re sending or your phone calls. You can take measures to make the lives of those who want to uncover your sources and the information being revealed to you, much harder. Of course, the degree of effort you’re prepared to take to protect your privacy, your sources’ anonymity and your data’s safety, should be commensurate to the likelihood of a real threat, be that hacking or spying.
“The old-fashioned promises – I’m not going to reveal my source’s identity or give up my notes – are kind of empty if you’re not taking steps to protect your information digitally”, says Barton Gellman of the Washington Post, whose source, former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, helped uncover the scope of the NSA’s and British GCHQ’s operations, to his interviewer Tony Loci. Loci herself, who covered American judicial system for AP, The Washington Post and USA Today, and was herself held in contempt of court for refusing to identify sources, would probably endorse that.
https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/online-privacy-journalists/
You can see the eBook PDF-version of this guide here.
https://www.vpnmentor.com/journalist-privacy-guide.pdf

“… 6. List of Sources for This Book

Security for journalists: How to keep your sources and your information safe

http://www.ire.org/blog/car-conference-blog/2016/03/12/security-journalists-how-keep-your-sources-and-you/

Securing data, sources and yourself

http://www.ire.org/blog/car-conference-blog/2017/03/05/securing-data-sources-and-yourself/

Surveillance and Security: Are reporters and news organizations doing enough to protect sources?

http://niemanreports.org/articles/surveillance-and-security/

Muckraking Goes Global: The Future of Cross-Border Investigative Journalism

http://niemanreports.org/books/muckraking-goes-global-the-future-of-cross-border-investigative-journalism/

The Ultimate Guide for Online Privacy

https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/ultimate-guide-online-privacy/

What Is a DNS Cache?

https://www.lifewire.com/what-is-a-dns-cache-817514

How to Anonymize Everything You Do Online

https://www.wired.com/2014/06/be-anonymous-online/

19 ways to stay anonymous and protect your online privacy

https://www.extremetech.com/internet/180485-the-ultimate-guide-to-staying-anonymous-and-protecting-your-privacy-online

Edward Snowden explains how to reclaim your privacy

https://theintercept.com/2015/11/12/edward-snowden-explains-how-to-reclaim-your-privacy/

Information security for journalists: staying secure online

https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/information-security-for-journalists-/s2/a562525/

NSA targets the privacy-conscious

http://files.gendo.nl/presentaties/CIJ_Infosec&countersurv_4-07-2014.pdf

 

Obama DOJ formally accuses journalist in leak case of committing crimes

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/may/20/obama-doj-james-rosen-criminality

Your WhatsApp secrets are safe now. But Big Brother is still watching you…

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/apr/10/whatsapp-encryption-billion-users-data-security

Obama Pursuing Leakers Sends Warning to Whistle-Blowers

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-10-18/obama-pursuing-leakers-sends-warning-to-whistle-blowers.html

6 encryption mistakes that lead to data breaches

https://www.crypteron.com/blog/the-real-problem-with-encryption/?gclid=Cj0KEQiA9P7FBRCtoO33_LGUtPQBEiQAU_tBgDgBzD9wIXv94vwhj3qwhc6ewEYYeyjIeiXtMQiwF3caAsFn8P8HAQ
eyjIeiXtMQiwF3caAsFn8P8HAQ ….”

 

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