Scary stuff: “Algorithm”

Why is “Algorithm” writer Jon Shiefer broadcasting the movie on YouTube for free?  Your answer is here:  http://www.brandxindustries.com/blog/2014/12/4/the-free-future-starts-now.  You can also make a donation to Jon’s team on the site.

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President to address the Nation

president_official_portrait_hiresIt’s being reported that President Obama will address the Nation on Wednesday, September 10th. 

The subject he’s planning to discuss is a mystery so far, but it’s rumored he’ll address two topics:

  • Going to war against ISIS in Syria
  • Setting up a governing body to tackle the Ebola problem

Of course this is just rumor.  We’ll have to wait and see what happens Wednesday.  One thing is for sure, he’ll be late.  That’s become a normal thing for him.

 

Are you an I.E. user? You might want to re-think that.

internet explorer 11 logoMay 1, 2014 update:  Microsoft has begun deploying the fix via a software update today.  If you have automatic updates turned on, you’ll automatically get the update – even if you are using windows XP.  If you don’t have it turned on, you’ll need to force the update manually.

 

The department of Homeland Security has advised users of Internet Explorer to quit using the browser until Microsoft can fix a vulnerability that could enable someone to take control of a computer.  Yet another hole in Microsoft’s security.  They went as far to recommend that you use Google Chrome or Firefox until an update is made.

I’ve always been an IE user and using another browser is painful, but I’ll do it to protect my data.  I’m using Google Chrome for now.

Here’s a link to the security bulletin Microsoft released on April 26.  https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/security/2963983.aspx

I can’t find anything from Microsoft indicating that an update to IE is coming anytime soon.  So, it’s Chrome until I can be assured the fix has been made.

 

Analysts: Terror warning may be linked to choice of al Qaeda chief deputy

CNN Security Clearance

By Paul Cruickshank
CNN Terrorism Analyst

There may be a link between what sources tell CNN is evidence of final-stage planning for an attack against U.S and Western interests by al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen and the reported recent appointment of the affiliate’s leader as the new general manager of the global al Qaeda network.

Seth Jones, a senior analyst at the Rand Corporation, told CNN’s Barbara Starr on Friday that there are indications that Nasir al Wuhayshi, the Yemeni leader of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), had recently been appointed into the role by al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri.

The appointment would effectively thrust Wuhayshi, a Yemeni national, into the No. 2 position in the global al Qaeda terrorist network, a position previously held by the Libyan Abu Yahya al Libi before his death in a drone strike in Pakistan in June 2012.

It would also…

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