AOL declined to say whether it was lowering security on the systems that house customer account data, citing internal policy. Threat Level imagines we’ll find out soon enough.
The standards around the rules will be fleshed out in consultation with privacy groups and tech companies in the coming weeks, the administration said.
The biggest initial reaction came in European stocks, as Mr. Draghi said the ECB hadn’t discussed buying shares under its QE program. The Stoxx Europe 600 slipped more than 1% while Mr. Draghi spoke, but later recovered to close down 0.3%.
The company argues that its cars aren’t covered by the permit requirement, which says an “autonomous vehicle” requires a permit if it can drive itself “without the active physical control or monitoring of a natural person.”
Weisberg declined to comment further on the specifics of any discussions, or how a change of ownership might be a better move for the Web magazine.
Oddly, the most popular user-written test is the “commonly confused word” quiz, which tests whether you know the difference between accept and except, according to Yagan.
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“This website is simply fantastic,” wrote Layla Moran, a high school physics teacher in Belgium in an e-mail to Murphy. She stumbled upon Astronomy Online while investigating potential activities for her astronomy club. “This website is so full of information and ideas – it makes my job laughably easy.”
ANALYSIS – Federal court judge Denny Chin gave a thumbs down last week to a settlement between Google and the Authors Guild that would have paved the way for the search giant to create an online library and bookstore on a scale previously seen only in science fiction.
How much has tech changed in the past quarter century? Writer Louise Matsakis spends a day doing her job using only the tech that was available in 1993.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation launched a campaign on Monday to overturn several patents that it says are having a “chilling effect” on public and consumer interest.