16 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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"We always give Iran our best advice. They seldom follow it."

- State Department spokesman PJ Crowley, asked whether the U.S. government was trying to send a message to Iran through its Twitter messages to the Iranian people. (via officialssay )

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On opensoul over 3 years ago.
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By Yoshi Maisami of Intridea - Company Blog 4 years ago.
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Director Alex Belida. "It is a groundbreaking way to expand our reach inside Iran and deepen our relationship with a key VOA audience."

Following Iran's troubling elections in the Summer of 2009, the Senate aptly passed the Victims of Iranian Censorship (VOICE) Act, which provided much needed funding and support to the Broadcasting Board of Governors to expand Farsi language broadcasting into Iran by the Voice of America's Persian News Network…

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By campsean of How Software is Built 4 years ago.
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…Freenet was designed to be used in countries like China, Saudi Arabia, and Iran, where governments are not constrained by constitutions and laws in the same way that they are in this country.

Freenet was intended to operate in a very hostile environment, which creates some difficult problems. How do you find a piece of information, without consulting some centralized entity that keeps track of where it is? I developed a technique for doing this that relates somewhat to small world theory. …

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By Adam Smith of Adam Smith's Blog over 4 years ago.
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…middle who can read your traffic. So it was a huge coincidence that China was accused today of coordinating sophisticated cyberattacks in an attempt to access the GMail accounts of some Chinese human rights activists. Putting two and two together, I started worrying about China's ability to harvest passwords from Chinese users using deep packet inspection at their Great Firewall.Countries like Iran have also come under...

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On Be Genius over 4 years ago.
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…participate in the mandatory filtering of content delivered to Australian citizen. Welcome to the likes of Iran and China.

The legislation has been disguised as a measure to protect children from porn and the likes, despite repeated advice from industry professionals that it will do little to curb illegal content, cost the tax payers millions of dollars and ultimately make legal browsing a slower and inferior experience than it already is.

Furthermore, the government has made a effort to …

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By ucberkeleyevents of Videos related to 'Ruby on Rails - Part 1: Hello World' over 4 years ago.
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Conversations With History - Robert Baer

"Dealing with Iran" Robert Baer author and former CIA operative Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes former CIA operative Robert Baer for a discussion of his book on Iran--The Devil We Know. Baer discusses the craft of spying, US policy in the Middle East, the emergence of Iran as a regional hegemon, and what we know about Iran's strategy and tactics as we witness the rise of its power. He discusses US…

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