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Kevin Curran
Research & teaching at . He speaks to media about , , , & all things .
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BBC News (World) Apr 20
🚦💦 China's new method to deter jaywalkers — introducing the water spray crossing
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Kevin Curran Apr 20
Always cool when a street has free WiFi.
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Kevin Curran Apr 20
Not the greatest English but probably gets the message across..... Paris street vendor.
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Kevin Curran Apr 19
My interview in the on "Prime suspect in 'big bitcoin heist' escapes Iceland prison and flees on plane with country's prime minister".
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Finn Partners Europe Apr 19
The Big Bitcoin Heist: discusses an Icelandic prisoner’s great escape and the dangers of theft with ,
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Kevin Curran Apr 19
My interview on with about the merits of creating a social media account for a child such as Khloe Kardashian did on .
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Kevin Curran Apr 17
The French government is building its own encrypted messenger service to ease fears that foreign entities could spy on private conversations between top officials, the digital ministry said on Monday.
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Kevin Curran Apr 17
"What Data Does Facebook Collect When I’m Not Using Facebook, and Why?" Genius PR - "Last week, Mark testified in front of the US Congress. He answered more than 500 questions & promised we'd get back on 40 or so questions he couldn’t answer then." See?
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Kevin Curran Apr 16
My interview on with about pub chain quitting social media due to concerns regarding the "trolling of MPs", "misuse of personal data" and "the addictive nature of social media".
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Kevin Curran Apr 16
My interview in on "Is the VR Universe in Ready Player One Possible?"
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Kevin Curran Apr 13
How tech companies own your day. As tech companies mature, they’re seeking new ways to generate revenue from each customer, and the battlefield is increasingly your most finite resource: time.
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Kevin Curran Apr 13
A man fighting for "right to be forgotten" won a UK High Court action against Google. He wanted search results about a past crime he had committed removed from the search engine. Judge rejected a claim made by another who'd committed a more serious crime.
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Kevin Curran Apr 12
Tour of the Moon in 4K. This is eye-popping 4K footage from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) mission that takes you on a virtual tour of the moon. Several Apollo landing sites have been imaged at resolutions as high as 25 centimeters.
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Kevin Curran Apr 12
World's first electrified road for charging vehicles opens in Sweden. About 2 km of electric rail has been embedded in a public road near Stockholm, but the government’s roads agency has already drafted a national map for future expansion.
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Kevin Curran Apr 12
My interview on with on Amazon's patent which describes an algorithm that can listen to entire conversations, using "trigger words", such as like and love, to build a profile of customers. It could then offer "targeted ads".
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Kevin Curran Apr 11
My interview on News with on Mark Zuckerberg's highly-anticipated appearance before Congress on Tuesday where he apologized for failure to protect users' information in wake of Cambridge Analytica scandal & more.
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Kevin Curran Apr 10
YouTube has a contender in the shape of DTube which runs on the network . Users can pay creators & commenters in digital tokens. Trend in sites phasing out ads for .
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Kevin Curran Apr 6
I have been saying this for years...."Facebook's surveillance is nothing compared with Internet Service Providers". As ISPs serve as gatekeepers to the internet, they can collect far more information about us & leave us with less power to opt out.
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Kevin Curran Apr 6
Amazon Web Service (AWS) explained: the basics in 5 minutes.
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Kevin Curran Apr 5
My interview with on Facebook revealing the data of 87 million users improperly shared with political consultancy Cambridge Analytica. 1 million UK users. Mark Zuckerberg said "we should have done more & will going forward".
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