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Plugging the White House leaks

A week is a long time in politics, as the saying goes. So it seems like a lifetime ago that I was writing about candidates Trump and Clinton’s need to for a reliable secure, encrypted means of communication. In fact it was fully five months ago, and while so many things have changed in that period, that assertion is now more true than ever. The last few weeks have brought a deluge of revelations across the press concerning leaks coming from the White House. A transcript of President Trump’s call with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto was obtained by news organizations Aristegui Noticias and Associated Press. There was further attention as The Washington Post published details of a call

Remote Control Cars

Autonomous cars may not quite be on the market yet, but they’re certainly growing ever closer. The newest step towards this brave new world for passengers was unveiled recently, with Ford announcing that drivers of some of their newest cars will no longer need keys to open or start their vehicle. Instead they’ll be able to ask Amazon’s Echo and Alexa to do the job for them. The functionality comes as a free upgrade to Fusion Electric, Fusion Energi and C-MAX Energi, and other models throughout the year. One suggested use for this was the ability to lend someone your car, being able to unlock and start it for them remotely without needing to be there yourself. Not something that the gene

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