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collegiatetimes.com | Dec, 9, 2011 by Michelle Sutherland Ross Truett Ashley’s actions remain a mystery to friends from high school and his early years at Radford University. “He seemed normal, he didn’t have a lot of issues. He was quiet, … Continue reading →
Tag, you’re it. Zuckerberg amps up data-farming mission creep theregister.co.uk | Jun 7, 2011 By Kelly Fiveash Facebook has rolled out its facial recognition technology to countries outside of the US, but has switched the feature on by default without … Continue reading →
extremetech.com | May 5, 2011 By Evan Dashevsky To be in public is to be on camera, but most video footage is discarded, as only so much can be sorted and analyzed — until now. DARPA has created a technology … Continue reading →
sfexaminer.com | Feb 24, 2011 By Timothy P. Carney George Soros — whom we’re always told is not serving his own economic interests at all by promoting liberal politicians and big-government policies — is launching a new investment fund that … Continue reading →
15 Years in Prison for Taping Chicago Police Daily Tech January 24, 2011 Class 1 Felony of recording a conversation is just below the prison time you’d spend for murder We’ve often written on the disconnect between current laws and the real...
Yesterday a Texas appeals court dismissed a lawsuit brought against Texas Tech University and several of its officers by Mike Leach, the school’s former head football coach. Leach was fired last year after he was accused of mistreating a player. Leach’s lawsuit accused the university, its president, vice-chancellor, and athletic director of numerous injuries, including breach of contract and violation of due process. The trial court dismissed all but the breach of contract claim, citing the State of Texas’ “sovereign immunity,” which encompasses Texas Tech. The appeals court invoked sovereign immunity for all claims, including breach of contract, and ordered... Continue ReadingRelated posts:
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