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HDP’s Demirtaş uses Facebook Live streaming, reaches more than 455 K views….

In Uncategorized on September 30, 2015 at 23:12

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Posted by Selahattin Demirtaş on Wednesday, September 30, 2015

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CHP has presented a detailed framework for its program ahead of the Nov. 1 elections, listing concrete and down-to-earth promises it says will solve problems in the divisive issues of democracy and the rule of law, the economy, foreign policy, education, as well as societal peace and the Kurdish issue
HDP Diyarbakır deputy Sibel Yiğitalp asked the Ministry of the Interior a parliamentary question for detentions and police raid against Aram Publishing House, Azadiya Welat, Kurdi-Der and DİHA.

Turkey: The price of Erdogan’s power grab

Critics say his bid for an executive presidency risks making the nation ungovernable

Turkey’s prime minister will tell world leaders next week that Ankara can play a key role in stopping a spread of terrorism, including Islamic State, but expected understanding for its own battle against Kurdish militants.

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New photo from Facebook September 30, 2015 at 05:13PM

In Uncategorized on September 30, 2015 at 16:44

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Cyberculture agenda: “The Snowden Treaty

In Uncategorized on September 30, 2015 at 16:33

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The US’s Campaign Against Encryption Is Based on Blind Faith in Silicon Valley

Date published:
September 22, 2015

“”The unanimous conclusion—the scientific consensus—in industry, in academia, and even among government experts is that there is a significant security risk associated with facilitating government access via a backdoor,” Jonathan Mayer, a computer scientist and lawyer at Stanford who is considered one of the nation’s top security experts, said at an encryption policy event in Washington DC Monday.

The Snowden Treaty: protecting the world’s whistleblowers in the age of privacy breaches

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The Treaty on the Right to Privacy, Protection Against Improper Surveillance and Protection of Whistleblowers [PDF] (AKA “The Snowden Treaty”) was created by David Miranda, Glenn Greenwald’s partner, who was detained by UK policeunder terrorism legislation while transiting through London’s Heathrow airport with a encrypted thumbdrive containing some of the Snowden leaks.

The Bizarre, Bony-Looking Future of Algorithmic Design

The Bizarre, Bony-Looking Future of Algorithmic Design

Generative design could be the next frontier in industrial design.

Longer Tweets Would Spell Death to the Tweetstorm

Longer Tweets Would Spell Death to the Tweetstorm

But they would also spell the birth of plenty of other Twitter abuses.

Don’t Kill the Password. Change the Password

It’s time for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to step in and give the lowly password some backup in high risk contexts by requiring a second factor for authentication.

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Evan from Fight for the Future writes, “Apple, Microsoft, Adobe, IBM, Salesforce / Heroku, and a handful of other tech companies just betrayed billions of people’s trust. They signed a letter endorsing CISA, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.”

Google’s Three Tips for Sabotaging the Cybercrime Economy

In a broad study, a team of Googlers and academic researchers suggest attacking the cybercrime supply chain.

Microsoft Built Its Own Linux Because Everyone Else Did

For years, Microsoft actively worked to suppress Linux. Now it’s using the open source operating system to help run its online empire.

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The fate of the visionary is to be forever outside of his or her time. Such was the life of Nikola Tesla, who dreamed the future while his opportunistic rivalThomas Edison seized the moment. Even now the name Tesla conjures seemingly wildly impractical ventures, too advanced, too expensive, or far too elegant in design for mass production and consumption. No one better than David Bowie, the pop artist of possibility, could embody Tesla’s air of magisterial high seriousness on the screen. And few were better suited than Tesla himself, perhaps, to extrapolate from his time to ours and see the technological future clearly.

Taken Offline: Years in Prison for a Love of Technology

Writing a letter with a pen has an odd feeling in a digital age. You pick your words carefully, without a delete key. You urge your hands to recall their best handwriting. You ponder about forms of address and how much space to leave; should I fill the page, or sign off half-way down?

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The stylized art of patent drawings is instantly recognizable. Before the information age, the drawings were drafter’s jewelboxes, designed to make the workings of new mechanical inventions legible to other inventors (and patent examiners).

 

The ethical ad blocker

Yes, advertisements on websites are annoying at best, but they’re also a large and important part of how websites make money so that they can keep providing you with sweet, sweet content. So what’s an ethical person who desperately wants to install an ad blocker supposed to do?

 

Happy Birthday Enters ‘Public Domain,’ Judge Rules Copyright Invalid

copyright-brandedStarting today everyone is free use “Happy Birthday” without having to pay a license fee, as a California federal court ruling suggests that the popular song is now the public domain*.

New, Improved Facebook Notes

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New photo from Facebook September 30, 2015 at 04:57PM

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New photo from Facebook September 30, 2015 at 10:40AM

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Feedly (@feedly) introduces Shared Collections. Here’s Erkan’s; where most input to EFD generated!

In Uncategorized on September 30, 2015 at 09:33

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What is Feedly?

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Feedly is a news aggregator application for various web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android, also available as a cloud-based service….

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New photo from Facebook September 30, 2015 at 10:06AM

In Uncategorized on September 30, 2015 at 09:09

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New photo from Facebook September 29, 2015 at 07:12PM

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New photo from Facebook September 29, 2015 at 04:42PM

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For the record, Turkey’s Erdoğan defended Saudi organization of Hajj after at least 700 hundred died…

In Uncategorized on September 29, 2015 at 14:19

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan speaks out to defend Saudi Arabia in the wake of the Hajj tragedy that left more than 750 pilgrims dead, saying ‘it is not right to have the approach of putting the blame on Saudi Arabia’
AKP Deputy Chair Şahin has claimed that Turkey could do a better job than Saudi Arabia at organizing the Hajj pilgrimage, hours before President Erdoğan condemned “aggressive attitude” toward Saudi Arabia.
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli has criticized President Erdoğan over his recent remarks which displayed a policy shift to Turkey endorsing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad taking a role in the transition process of the war-torn country.

Turkey’s HDP burns bridges with interim gov’t led by AKP

Two ministers from the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), EU Minister Ali Haydar Konca and Development Minister Müslüm Doğan, resigned Sept. 22 from their posts in an interim cabinet in a sign of growing tension over the ongoing conflict between Turkey’s security forces and militants of the outlawed PKK
The number of foreigners visiting Turkey decreased by 2.88 percent in August to 5.13 million compared to the same period of 2014, according to Tourism Ministry data compiled by Reuters, as tourism sector players warned of further losses

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