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On Thursday April 9th a criminal incident impacting nearly a million people in three counties of Silicon Valley went largely unnoticed by the media, both mainstream and blogs, yet has enormous national security implications far beyond the scale and scope of September 11th 2001 or "9-11" and potentially impacting millions of Americans. What was it and why? Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Apr 2009
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*******www.fashioncareerscollege**** Todd Ethridge Jr. explains how his education at Fashion Careers College is getting him closer to his goals of owning his own business.
5 May 2009
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It's time for a look back at all the key moments in Apple news in 2009
23 Dec 2009
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With a National Broadband Plan close at hand and key issues from the economy to health care high on our domestic agenda, 2010 promises to be a defining year for broadband. Distributed by Tubemogul.
21 Jan 2010
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I expose Government use of subliminal messages. These subliminals are being exposed here for the very first time. You should be left in shock after this.
31 Mar 2010
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This week, the iPad lands (and it's TSA-friendly!), Apple woos us with yet another event, and Microsoft tries to do the same. And fails.
9 Apr 2010
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This week, the iPad lands (and it's TSA-friendly!), Apple woos us with yet another event, and Microsoft tries to do the same. And fails.
11 Apr 2010
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The mission of Foundation for Children with Cancer is to financially assist the families of children with cancer. By providing tangible and direct financial support families are given a greater opportunity to focus on their child's treatment and recovery.
14 Apr 2010
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Read more at: *******www.ustelecom****/Video_Blogs/Blog/ Distributed by Tubemogul.
20 May 2010
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Audra talks with guests from today's show about holiday shopping, the holiday season, and more.
22 Nov 2010
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You're watching multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. You know them -- as cookies. Some critics -- find them hard to stomach. The online tracking technology has been getting a bad rap, despite some of the benefits. Now, Mozilla says, it can crumble those cookies, and make ‘em go away -- for good. Mozilla is brewing up something that could put an end to the plug-in poison. “Mozilla is considering building a ‘do not track’ feature into the FireFox browser. This would be a code built into the browser that broadcasts a message to advertising companies and tracking companies telling them it is not okay to follow you around the web in order to learn your habits.” (CNET) What some consider -- sneaky and invasive, others embrace as commerce. Co-founder of the Spread Firefox project Asa Dotzler voices his outrage on the Mozilla blog. “Why do Microsoft, Google, Apple, and others think that it is an OK practice to add plug-ins to Firefox when I'm installing their software packages...This is not OK behavior...Microsoft, stop being evil. Apple, stop being evil. Google, stop being evil. And you upstarts like RockMelt, don't follow in those evil footsteps. It's not worth it.” The Wall Street Journal, which did a study on online tracking technology on various websites, says blocking technology could lead to something worse. “One advertising executive at a company called BetterAdvertising called up and said that he thought that this was going to cause some legitimate problems he was concerned about. He said that it would force advertisers to use sneakier techniques. And that is true, that like with all of these issues everyone has to agree to comply, then there are going to be some bad actors who don’t agree to comply.” A blogger for Minyaville doesn’t see the problem getting any better, so he proposes an alternative strategy. “Since there’s clearly no way to beat the prying eyes of the online ad-industry, the best way to fight back is to just confuse the hell out of them. I’m going to start by conducting numerous searches for things I actually don’t care about at all, including, but not limited to: kittens, farm supplies, The University of Maryland, soccer, and salad recipes.” The Federal Trade Commission is planning on implementing an industry-wide standard that will promote a do-not-track system. And a House of Representatives subcommittee on consumer protection will hear do-not-track proposals from Mozilla and an online advertising firm. Get more multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
2 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY BRICE SANDER You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy Good girl gone bad, take two? Rihanna’s music video for her latest single “S&M” is getting a lot of attention, and for all the wrong reasons. “Na na na, come on…(MUSIC)…na na na come on” The video shows Rihanna tying up, whipping and sexually playing with members of the media, including gossip blogger Perez Hilton. After The Washington Post’s celebrity gossip team saw the video, they had only one thing to say… “Ummm, eww. This is definitely not a choice for the junior cotillion playlist.” They weren’t alone. YouTube flagged the video as inappropriate – only those claiming to be 18 or older can watch the video on the site. Music-focused web-series Amped understands the controversy behind the tongue-in-cheek video. “The video contains some suggestive consumption of a banana and the Barbadian singer prancing around in white latex, which has seen the song banned in 11 countries. With lyrics like ‘Sticks and stones might break my bones, but chains and whips excite me,’ you could probably be forgiven for thinking she was singing from the point of view of a horse.” MTV also banned the video from its daytime block, refusing to play an un-edited version before 7 p.m. But some say that’s not enough. “Even still, 7 p.m. seems to be awfully early for a song with this kind of sexual content. Nowhere on the television airwaves would you see something with this content before at least 9 p.m. It seems that pushing back that hour a bit would be even better yet.” But a KNXV anchor says “S&M” is kids play compared to other sexed-up singers. “I feel like we’ve seen racier videos from Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Lady GaGa – I was not, like, ‘Oh my Gosh! This is horrible – yank it right down!’” Rihanna agrees there are worse videos out there – even from her. She tweeted to one fan… “loveririforever not true, they watched Umbrella...I was full nude” The music video is all about playing with the media, and as one blogger notes, the blogosphere blowup surrounding “S&M” may be exactly what Rihanna wanted… “Times are changing, sex sells and this is a part of our everyday life. The best part about it is it gains much more attention for the track itself.” So, what do you think? Is Rihanna’s “S&M” too racy, or are too many people just too uptight? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
5 Feb 2011
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belinda. less video attack in this mild rock video. clean. belinda. menos ataque de video en este rock video suave.
24 May 2011
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This week, Bob weighs the pros and cons of playing fair.
26 Jul 2011
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18 Dec 2011
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How about that Amazon Instant Video for the iPad?! Hear about all the awesome (and the not so awesome) details. Plus Google Wallet, Verizon being told to stop blocking tethering apps and more!
4 Aug 2012
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