• Calif. Lawmaker Proposes Net Neutrality Law

    (15 Dec 2017) A California lawmaker says if the federal government won't protect an open internet, the most populated state in the country will. State Senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco is pledging to introduce a bill that would preserve net neutrality in California. His announcement came after the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules along party lines, with Republicans ending overnight of internet service providers. Net neutrality barred ISP's from favoring some sites and apps over others. Big telecom companies say the regulations undermine investment in broadband. Wiener and other supporters of net neutrality say undoing the rules makes it harder for the government to crack down on internet providers who act against consumer interests. ...

    published: 20 Dec 2017
  • Android News - Apple, Facebook, California

    Don't rule out Facebook Home for Apple's iOS Facebook's new app is Android only, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company wants the software on "every" device. [Read more] http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cnet/tcoc/~3/m8rr9WB0Gv4/ AT&T And France Telecom The First Carriers For Facebook Home, Staring With $99.99 HTC First Device Facebook today announced that AT&T and France Telecom/Orange are the first two carriers to be part of its Facebook Home partnership program to develop devices with the social networks' new integrated user experience, which will kick off with the HTC First. AT&T will be offering it as an exclusive in the U.S. at a price of $99.99 with preorders starting today. It turns out that it was Ralph de la Vega at AT&T who was behind the plan to bring HTC into the game. At the ...

    published: 04 Apr 2013
  • DGS Telecommunications

    Jeff Howell, Office of Emergency Services Telecommunications Specialist, talks about his experience with the California Department of General Services' telecommunication services

    published: 23 Oct 2008
  • Electrical Engineer Salary in California (2016)

    Electrical Engineer Salary Details in California in 2016. Are you searching for Electrical Engineering Salary in California? then, you are at right place. In this video i will tell you salary details of Electrical Engineer in 2016. So, lets get started. If you are Fresher and starting your First Electrical Engineer Fresher job then, you would get $68,220 Per Year. In California You get $87,250 Per Year for Junior Electrical Engineer. Hourly rate should be $40 to $42 Per Hour. 4 to 8 Years Experienced Electrical Engineer Earns $112,760 Per Year. Hourly rate is around $54.21 per hour Senior Electrical Engineer gets $67 to $70 Per hour. Meanswhile they get $140,760 Per Year. And last, The highest Electrical Engineer sSalary in California is $165,300 Per year. The hourly rate is around...

    published: 17 Apr 2016
  • Chinese Telecommunications Expansion Questioned

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews On November 18, the U.S. House of Representatives Investigated Chinese telecommunication companies such as Huawei and ZTE, to find out if they pose a security threat to the United States, due to their close ties with the Chinese regime. U.S. House Intelligence Committee (HIC) last Thursday decided to investigate Chinese science and technology companies in the United States to see if they offer the Chinese regime an opportunity for electronic espionage into U.S. affairs or are harmful to the United States' telecom infrastructure, which could result in the theft of millions of dollars worth of confidential intellectual property from U.S companies. http:...

    published: 22 Nov 2011
  • Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents on The Internet

    Egypt also has the ability to spy on Internet and cell phone users, by opening their communication packets and reading their contents. Iran used similar methods during the 2009 unrest to track, imprison and in some cases, "disappear" truckloads of cyber-dissidents. The companies that profit from sales of this technology need to be held to a higher standard. One in particular is an American firm, Narus of Sunnyvale, Calif., which has sold Telecom Egypt "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment. Narus, now owned by Boeing, was founded in 1997 by Israeli security experts to create and sell mass surveillance systems for governments and large corporate clients. The company is best known for creating NarusInsight, a supercomputer system which is allegedly used by the National Security...

    published: 03 Feb 2011
  • SENEM DENIZ : VOIP ALERT ARUS TELECOM CARRIER

    The carriers also described a variety of concrete steps they are taking to further their involvement with innovators. AT&T, for example, is setting up innovation centers in Palo Alto, Calif.; Plano, Texas; and in Ra'anana, Israel. BT says it talks to 500 potential partners, further investigates about 50 of those, and launches three to five new services out of the bunch every year. Sprint is doing things like setting up a 3G/4G developers' sandbox, expanding its API portfolio, and supporting and managing a developer ecosystem, all with a particular emphasis on M2M applications. Swisscom says it can offer the entire country of Switzerland, where it is pushing IP to the edges of the network with FTTH and LTE, as a test market for potential partners. And SK Telecom of Korea holds out the lure ...

    published: 26 Nov 2012
  • Mobile Midday News: Episode 119

    Mobile Midday News: Episode 119 Dec. 22, 2014 Google is looking for partners in the automotive industry to start commercially manufacturing the Mountain View, Calif.-based company’s self-driving car. The car uses 64 lasers to conduct 360-degree scans, along with a camera and a GPS map to generate data. Software systems allow the car to react to constantly changing road and traffic conditions. RCR Wireless News Editor-in-Chief Dan Meyer takes a look back at major telecom stories from 2014. He also provides an update on the dispute between T-Mobile and the federal government regarding bill cramming. Meyer updates the ongoing Federal Communication Commission’s broadband spectrum auction, which has topped $34 billion in potential winning bids. Vodafone and advertising firm JCDecaux are pa...

    published: 22 Dec 2014
  • Southern California Edison (Corp Video)

    published: 12 Jan 2016
  • Us telecom regulator announces plan to scrap net neutrality

    Us telecom regulator announces plan to scrap net neutrality , Calif. (AP) The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission set out Tuesday to scrap rules a...

    published: 23 Nov 2017
  • CA DMV Says Uber Breaks Law With Self-Driving Cars

    Dec.15 -- California Department of Motor Vehicles officials said Wednesday that Uber is breaking the law by rolling out self-driving cars in San Francisco without their approval. Bloomberg's Eric Newcomer reports on "Bloomberg Technology."

    published: 15 Dec 2016
  • Orange County is Ready to Work

    This video is Orange County, California's response to President-Elect Obama's Jan. 3 Weekly Address. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan is exactly what's needed to get America back to work. In Orange County, Calif., we have ready-to-go transportation projects extremely consistent with the criteria of the federal governments sweeping economic recovery package -- ready to create jobs to help turn around the economy. OCTA strongly advocates that transit operating funds be part of the economic recovery program. Help us construct critical transportation solutions in Orange County widening freeways, constructing bridges, repairing streets, improving buses, enhancing rails and working on other public works projects throughout our county.

    published: 04 Jan 2009
  • The Boroughs North AKL Venice Beach

    Spark A New Zealand Telecom Company partners with Steve Adams to promote pickup basketball. Take a ride with Steven as he recruits one of his team mates to help promote the game of basketball in The Boroughs Campaign.

    published: 28 Oct 2014
  • Avaya Announces Court Approval of Restructuring PlanSanta Clara, Calif., — November 28, 2017 — Avaya

    Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/avayapodcast/now-avaya-chapter11-out-petty-mixdown Santa Clara, Calif., — November 28, 2017 — Avaya announced today that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York (the “Court”) has confirmed its second amended chapter 11 plan of reorganization (the “Plan”). As a result, Avaya expects to emerge from its restructuring process before the end of this year. “The Court’s approval of our plan is the culmination of months of hard work and extensive negotiations among our various stakeholders,” said Jim Chirico, Avaya’s President and CEO. “In the coming weeks, Avaya will emerge from this process stronger than ever and positioned for long-term success, with the financial flexibility to create even greater value for our custom...

    published: 28 Nov 2017
  • Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents o (English Subtitle)

    Egypt also has the ability to spy on Internet and cell phone users, by opening their communication packets and reading their contents. Iran used similar methods during the 2009 unrest to track, imprison and in some cases, "disappear" truckloads of cyber-dissidents. The companies that profit from sales of this technology need to be held to a higher standard. One in particular is an American firm, Narus of Sunnyvale, Calif., which has sold Telecom Egypt "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment. Narus, now owned by Boeing, was founded in 1997 by Israeli security experts to create and sell mass surveillance systems for governments and large corporate clients. The company is best known for creating NarusInsight, a supercomputer system which is allegedly used by the National Security Agency...

    published: 17 Sep 2017
  • TDS managedIP Remote Teleworker

    With the Remote Teleworker solution, TDS managedIP Hosted customers can give their employees the flexibility to get the job done from virtually anywhere.

    published: 14 Jul 2014
  • 2016 Electro Scan's New Water Leak Detection Technology

    Well timed for California's recently enacted SB555, Electro Scan represents the next generation in Water Loss Leak Detection devices. Other suppliers and legacy technology providers didn't have a chance at last week's WEFTEC meeting at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL. Low Voltage Conductivity leak detection ran over acoustic sensor, data loggers, and permanent device suppliers that listen for anomalies in pipes. At best, these legacy technologies have been 'hit or miss.' Electro Scan and its international patent pending multi-sensor, low voltage conductivity technology is a new breed of leak detection solution. Engineered from the ground up to deliver unparalleled location precision, measurement of size, and estimated leakage rate -- all made possible with its 4-in-1 water probe -- Elec...

    published: 03 Oct 2015
  • Verizon's Millenial Push

    Verizon's President of Product & New Business Innovation Marni Walden describes her company's mobile-first approach in a push for millennials. She speaks with WSJ's Jason Anders at the WSJDLive conference in Laguna Beach, Calif. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/

    published: 26 Oct 2016
  • The fight for net neutrality is a test of our broken democracy

    Americans overwhelmingly support net neutrality. We are watching the telecom lobby overrule them. But it’s not over yet. https://theoutline.com/post/2693/the-fight-for-net-neutrality-is-a-test-of-our-broken-democracy

    published: 20 Dec 2017
  • British telecoms giant held to ransom by hackers putting four million customers at risk

    It is the biggest-ever cyberattack on a British company. Telecoms provider Talk Talk has had the personal details of some four million of its customers stolen and its website frozen after a sophisticated hack critics say could have been prevented. A ransom demand has been sent to the company, and no-one seems to know from where the attack originated, although the hackers have claimed to have links with extremist Islam. "There is a global problem associated with online businesses that data cann… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/10/24/british-telecoms-giant-held-to-ransom-by-hackers-putting-four-million-customers What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europ...

    published: 24 Oct 2015
  • Vehicle Energy Management and Additional Anchoring

    Robert Hornedo, owner of Pacific Collision Equipment Co., in Signal Hill, Calif., and Thomas Balliet, Sales and Technical manager for Orange and San Diego Counties discuss the importance of energy management, safe repairs and additional anchoring in the vehicle.

    published: 02 Oct 2014
  • TM Forum Digital Disruption: NetCracker's Sanjay Mewada

    Sanjay Mewada, NetCracker's VP of Strategy, talks with RCR's Kelly Hill about the company's new Digital Business Platform launch and the industry trends driving the solution, at the TM Forum Digital Disruption Event in San Jose, Calif.

    published: 31 Oct 2013
  • DGS Telecommunications - "Hot and Pop"

    Department of General Services' Scott Wallace discusses a K-9 safety telecommunications install called a "Hot and Pop."

    published: 23 Oct 2008
  • Telemedicine & Rural Health

    Telemedicine Robots are provide access to top specialists through an internet link at Mendocino Coast District Hospital in Fort Bragg, Calif. Guiding the robot is James K. Gude. He speaks with ER Physician Tamaki Kimbro and a "a very sick" patient he cared for as the hospital's nocturnist (night hospitalist).

    published: 19 Nov 2012
  • RTIME 2017: NTCA President Addresses Rural Broadband Industry

    NTCA President Bill Hegmann, general manager of Southwest Arkansas Telephone Cooperative, Inc. (Texarkana, Ark.), addresses rural broadband industry leaders during the NTCA Rural Telecom Industry Meeting & EXPO in San Diego, Calif. For more information about the event, visit http://www.ntca.org/rtime

    published: 22 Mar 2017
  • Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents o (English Subtitle)

    Egypt also has the ability to spy on Internet and cell phone users, by opening their communication packets and reading their contents. Iran used similar methods during the 2009 unrest to track, imprison and in some cases, "disappear" truckloads of cyber-dissidents. The companies that profit from sales of this technology need to be held to a higher standard. One in particular is an American firm, Narus of Sunnyvale, Calif., which has sold Telecom Egypt "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment. Narus, now owned by Boeing, was founded in 1997 by Israeli security experts to create and sell mass surveillance systems for governments and large corporate clients. The company is best known for creating NarusInsight, a supercomputer system which is allegedly used by the National Security Agency...

    published: 17 Sep 2017
  • Interview: Winnovation CEO, Stephane Allaire

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeanbaptiste/2013/04/01/winnovation-scouts-4g-apps-for-bouygues-telecom-video/ Telecom operators from around the world have set up offices in Silicon Valley to 'scout' local innovation and bring it to their home market. Winnovation is one of them, the scouting outpost of Bouygues Telecom, France's third mobile carrier. Winnovation is looking to do about 3 deals or 'contracts' this year (but no direct investments), out of a deal flow of 400 startups. Ideally, the potential companies should already be working with local telcos like AT&T or Verizon. Looking for 4G apps, video Located in San Jose, Calif., the capital of Silicon Valley, Winnovation's 2-person team is actively looking for mobile apps that take full advantage of the 4G network bandwidth. "Bouygue...

    published: 01 Apr 2013
  • Android News - Apple, Facebook, California

    Don't rule out Facebook Home for Apple's iOS Facebook's new app is Android only, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company wants the software on "every" device. [Read more] http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cnet/tcoc/~3/m8rr9WB0Gv4/ AT&T And France Telecom The First Carriers For Facebook Home, Staring With $99.99 HTC First Device Facebook today announced that AT&T and France Telecom/Orange are the first two carriers to be part of its Facebook Home partnership program to develop devices with the social networks' new integrated user experience, which will kick off with the HTC First. AT&T will be offering it as an exclusive in the U.S. at a price of $99.99 with preorders starting today. It turns out that it was Ralph de la Vega at AT&T who was behind the plan to bring HTC into the game. At the ...

    published: 04 Apr 2013
  • Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents on The Internet

    Egypt also has the ability to spy on Internet and cell phone users, by opening their communication packets and reading their contents. Iran used similar methods during the 2009 unrest to track, imprison and in some cases, "disappear" truckloads of cyber-dissidents. The companies that profit from sales of this technology need to be held to a higher standard. One in particular is an American firm, Narus of Sunnyvale, Calif., which has sold Telecom Egypt "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment. Narus, now owned by Boeing, was founded in 1997 by Israeli security experts to create and sell mass surveillance systems for governments and large corporate clients. The company is best known for creating NarusInsight, a supercomputer system which is allegedly used by the National Security...

    published: 03 Feb 2011
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Calif. Lawmaker Proposes Net Neutrality Law

Calif. Lawmaker Proposes Net Neutrality Law

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(15 Dec 2017) A California lawmaker says if the federal government won't protect an open internet, the most populated state in the country will. State Senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco is pledging to introduce a bill that would preserve net neutrality in California. His announcement came after the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules along party lines, with Republicans ending overnight of internet service providers. Net neutrality barred ISP's from favoring some sites and apps over others. Big telecom companies say the regulations undermine investment in broadband. Wiener and other supporters of net neutrality say undoing the rules makes it harder for the government to crack down on internet providers who act against consumer interests. They also say ending net neutrality will harm innovation. California's attempt to pass its own state net neutrality law could be difficult. The FCC order specifically bans states from adopting their own open internet requirements. But supporters of net neutrality say the measure can and will be challenged in court. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/22038cf84a028ee4554185a02f74b31f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Android News - Apple, Facebook, California

Android News - Apple, Facebook, California

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Don't rule out Facebook Home for Apple's iOS Facebook's new app is Android only, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company wants the software on "every" device. [Read more] http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cnet/tcoc/~3/m8rr9WB0Gv4/ AT&T And France Telecom The First Carriers For Facebook Home, Staring With $99.99 HTC First Device Facebook today announced that AT&T and France Telecom/Orange are the first two carriers to be part of its Facebook Home partnership program to develop devices with the social networks' new integrated user experience, which will kick off with the HTC First. AT&T will be offering it as an exclusive in the U.S. at a price of $99.99 with preorders starting today. It turns out that it was Ralph de la Vega at AT&T who was behind the plan to bring HTC into the game. At the presentation today he said that they were the ones to suggest to Mark Zuckerberg that HTC, a great partner for AT&T, to be the first device maker for an integrated Android smartphone. "When Mark first approached us about this, what captivated me was that this would be the best Facebook experience ever," said Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T. "People would be at the center, and I bought into that." Facebook has relied on a close relationship with carriers for years already, which is important for it in markets where it relies on people using their mobile devices rather than PCs to access the social network; as well as in mature markets where people have become avid users of Facebook on smartphones. That has included Facebook Zero, in which simple, text-based Facebook access, aimed at feature phones at emerging markets, is bundled into carriers' pricing and priced free. That's extended also to adding more promotions, such as this offer for free mobile talktime to users in India when they signed up for Facebook. Through its acquisition of Snaptu in 2011, it moved up to improve the Facebook experience on higher-tier feature phones; here it has also partnered with carriers to promote these services, offering periods of free data usage, a model it has since expanded to promoting its messaging service also in partnership with carriers. There have also been deals, not led by Facebook, in which the company's APIs have been used to create access directly on the chipsets embedded in devices. And among other API-based services, France Telecom has been working on a Facebook-based social calling service, "Party Call." http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcrunch/~3/v5EYOGQYLXg/ Facebook unveils new experience for Android phones MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Facebook is unveiling a new experience for Android phones. The idea behind the new Home service is to bring content right to you, rather than require people to check apps on the device. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/3d281c11a96b4ad082fe88aa0db04305/Article_2013-04-04-Facebook-Mobile-Running/id-e87c189edb2d48a9acac9b8b6470b139 http://www.wochit.com
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DGS Telecommunications

DGS Telecommunications

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Jeff Howell, Office of Emergency Services Telecommunications Specialist, talks about his experience with the California Department of General Services' telecommunication services
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Electrical Engineer Salary in California (2016)

Electrical Engineer Salary in California (2016)

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Electrical Engineer Salary Details in California in 2016. Are you searching for Electrical Engineering Salary in California? then, you are at right place. In this video i will tell you salary details of Electrical Engineer in 2016. So, lets get started. If you are Fresher and starting your First Electrical Engineer Fresher job then, you would get $68,220 Per Year. In California You get $87,250 Per Year for Junior Electrical Engineer. Hourly rate should be $40 to $42 Per Hour. 4 to 8 Years Experienced Electrical Engineer Earns $112,760 Per Year. Hourly rate is around $54.21 per hour Senior Electrical Engineer gets $67 to $70 Per hour. Meanswhile they get $140,760 Per Year. And last, The highest Electrical Engineer sSalary in California is $165,300 Per year. The hourly rate is around $75 to $82 Thanks for Watching This video for getting information about Electrical Engineer Salary in California.
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Chinese Telecommunications Expansion Questioned

Chinese Telecommunications Expansion Questioned

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews On November 18, the U.S. House of Representatives Investigated Chinese telecommunication companies such as Huawei and ZTE, to find out if they pose a security threat to the United States, due to their close ties with the Chinese regime. U.S. House Intelligence Committee (HIC) last Thursday decided to investigate Chinese science and technology companies in the United States to see if they offer the Chinese regime an opportunity for electronic espionage into U.S. affairs or are harmful to the United States' telecom infrastructure, which could result in the theft of millions of dollars worth of confidential intellectual property from U.S companies. http://baike.baidu.com/albums/23495/23495.html#127629$e49cf911a1b2328aa7ef3f8e Upon learning that the Governor of Calif. was coming to visit, Huawei Tech. Co. Ltd, is the world's second largest telecom equipment manufacturer, which again came under investigation by the U.S. HIC. Headquarter in Texas, Huawai began its operations in 2001. They currently have 1,500 employees. Huawai's founder, Ren Zhengfei, worked for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) military and studied military technology development. His CCP military background is worrisome to U.S. Senators. Former CCP intelligence officer, Li Fengzhi, exposed the fact that the CCP's main way to gather intelligence is using a target country's organizations to achieve their purposes. Li Fengzhi: "To register a company in a target country, in this case, the United States, one can register using an individual's name, or branch of private enterprises overseas, or companies with Chinese Regime background. The CCP can send their staffs to work in these companies. Later, these companies look for and find opportunities to collect intelligence data, including military related data." The U.S. government recently raised economic espionage concerns as it relates to Chinese companies. In early November, U.S. intelligent officials said in a report that China is engaged in more economic espionage, than any other country in the world. They accused China of using the Internet to steal sensitive information, including medical, information technology, defence equipment, and advanced materials. Xie Tian, a professor at the Aiken School of Business at the University of South Carolina: "I think everyone knows that China has being collecting other countries' technology including Western countries' technology, especially the U.S. and European countries' advanced technologies. Why do we call China a counterfeit country, a copyright infringement country, and a plagiarized country? Because it is a fact that China uses illegal and stolen technology, to copy other countries' existing products." In response, foreign ministry spokesman, Liu Weimin, told a Beijing reporter that he was hoping that the United States would avoid 'politicizing' the economic co-operation between the United States and China. However, Xie Tian believes that the fact that the CCP steals U.S technology is definitely a national strategy, on China's part. It is China that actually 'politicizes' the economic co-operation between the two countries." Professor Xie Tian, from the Aiken School of Business at the University of South Carolina: "In fact, some U.S. technology is stolen mostly through the CCP's military enterprises. In particular, if it was stolen through the Internet, there are enterprises and companies in operation with a CCP military background. After getting the technology, the real beneficiaries are the CCP military's enterprises. They are actually Chinese state-owned enterprises. These are the behaviors of the Chinese Regime. In fact, this theft by the CCP itself, is an established national policy. So it is something completely politicized. However, the CCP is now telling Western countries not to 'politicize' their economic ties with China. This is really quite funny." Mike Rogers, U.S. Representative from Michigan and Chairman of the Intelligence Committee, said that the Commission has conducted a preliminary investigation, including a brief report on the situation and has conducted interviews with intelligence officials. The Intelligence Committee will also investigate the ways that Chinese enterprises provide components to U.S. telecommunications systems, and the security threats that such activities could bring. NTD reporters Zhou Yulin and Shang Yan 《神韵》2011世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents on The Internet

Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents on The Internet

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Egypt also has the ability to spy on Internet and cell phone users, by opening their communication packets and reading their contents. Iran used similar methods during the 2009 unrest to track, imprison and in some cases, "disappear" truckloads of cyber-dissidents. The companies that profit from sales of this technology need to be held to a higher standard. One in particular is an American firm, Narus of Sunnyvale, Calif., which has sold Telecom Egypt "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment. Narus, now owned by Boeing, was founded in 1997 by Israeli security experts to create and sell mass surveillance systems for governments and large corporate clients. The company is best known for creating NarusInsight, a supercomputer system which is allegedly used by the National Security Agency and other entities to perform mass surveillance and monitoring of public and corporate Internet communications in real time. Narus provides Egypt Telecom with Deep Packet Inspection equipment (DPI), a content-filtering technology that allows network managers to inspect, track and target content from users of the Internet and mobile phones, as it passes through routers on the information superhighway. Other Narus global customers include the national telecommunications authorities in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia -- two countries that regularly register alongside Egypt near the bottom of Human Rights Watch's world report. Anything that comes through (an Internet protocol network), we can record," Steve Bannerman, Narus' marketing vice president, once boasted to Wired about the service. "We can reconstruct all of their e-mails along with attachments, see what web pages they clicked on; we can reconstruct their (Voice Over Internet Protocol) calls." About the History of Narus: haaretz.com/news/ori-cohen-private-eye-1.192771
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SENEM DENIZ : VOIP ALERT ARUS TELECOM CARRIER

SENEM DENIZ : VOIP ALERT ARUS TELECOM CARRIER

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The carriers also described a variety of concrete steps they are taking to further their involvement with innovators. AT&T, for example, is setting up innovation centers in Palo Alto, Calif.; Plano, Texas; and in Ra'anana, Israel. BT says it talks to 500 potential partners, further investigates about 50 of those, and launches three to five new services out of the bunch every year. Sprint is doing things like setting up a 3G/4G developers' sandbox, expanding its API portfolio, and supporting and managing a developer ecosystem, all with a particular emphasis on M2M applications. Swisscom says it can offer the entire country of Switzerland, where it is pushing IP to the edges of the network with FTTH and LTE, as a test market for potential partners. And SK Telecom of Korea holds out the lure of partnering in a market that has two world-class handset manufacturers as a way to compete with the iPhone. Slides, lists and invitations are all nice, of course. But being eager to talk to and meet with innovators isn't enough. Staffing up with smart people who "get it" isn't either. Even setting up new facilities doesn't necessarily do the trick. After all, large companies can set up entire organizations that have little or no real influence, simply to appear to be doing something in a high-profile area. The carriers that presented at the conference are clearly doing, not just talking. But what really counts is how urgently or even desperately they're doing it. To make innovation work, large carriers in particular have to feel as if their survival is at stake. And the bigger they are, the more threatened they need to feel. Otherwise they will find it too easy to coast along on their considerable strengths, such as financial clout, marketing dominance and "ownership" of the customer relationship, until it's too late. When gauging such feelings, of course, the only possible judgment is subjective. And based on the presentations and general atmosphere at TC3 2010, here's a totally subjective, entirely visceral and utterly non-scientific verdict: The traditional telecom industry as a whole is about one-half to two-thirds as worried as it needs to be.
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Mobile Midday News: Episode 119

Mobile Midday News: Episode 119

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Mobile Midday News: Episode 119 Dec. 22, 2014 Google is looking for partners in the automotive industry to start commercially manufacturing the Mountain View, Calif.-based company’s self-driving car. The car uses 64 lasers to conduct 360-degree scans, along with a camera and a GPS map to generate data. Software systems allow the car to react to constantly changing road and traffic conditions. RCR Wireless News Editor-in-Chief Dan Meyer takes a look back at major telecom stories from 2014. He also provides an update on the dispute between T-Mobile and the federal government regarding bill cramming. Meyer updates the ongoing Federal Communication Commission’s broadband spectrum auction, which has topped $34 billion in potential winning bids. Vodafone and advertising firm JCDecaux are partnering to deploy small cells in a number of European and global markets following the success of a pilot program that planted small cells on 160 bus benches in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Networking giant Ericsson has partnered with Telefonica Peru to connect health care centers, schools and other government facilities in the rural Peruvian Amazon to a 4G LTE network. The partnership is designed to foster economic development in the area.
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Southern California Edison (Corp Video)

Southern California Edison (Corp Video)

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Us telecom regulator announces plan to scrap net neutrality

Us telecom regulator announces plan to scrap net neutrality

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Us telecom regulator announces plan to scrap net neutrality , Calif. (AP) The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission set out Tuesday to scrap rules a...
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CA DMV Says Uber Breaks Law With Self-Driving Cars

CA DMV Says Uber Breaks Law With Self-Driving Cars

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Dec.15 -- California Department of Motor Vehicles officials said Wednesday that Uber is breaking the law by rolling out self-driving cars in San Francisco without their approval. Bloomberg's Eric Newcomer reports on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Orange County is Ready to Work

Orange County is Ready to Work

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This video is Orange County, California's response to President-Elect Obama's Jan. 3 Weekly Address. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan is exactly what's needed to get America back to work. In Orange County, Calif., we have ready-to-go transportation projects extremely consistent with the criteria of the federal governments sweeping economic recovery package -- ready to create jobs to help turn around the economy. OCTA strongly advocates that transit operating funds be part of the economic recovery program. Help us construct critical transportation solutions in Orange County widening freeways, constructing bridges, repairing streets, improving buses, enhancing rails and working on other public works projects throughout our county.
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The Boroughs North AKL Venice Beach

The Boroughs North AKL Venice Beach

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Spark A New Zealand Telecom Company partners with Steve Adams to promote pickup basketball. Take a ride with Steven as he recruits one of his team mates to help promote the game of basketball in The Boroughs Campaign.
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Avaya Announces Court Approval of Restructuring PlanSanta Clara, Calif., — November 28, 2017 — Avaya

Avaya Announces Court Approval of Restructuring PlanSanta Clara, Calif., — November 28, 2017 — Avaya

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Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/avayapodcast/now-avaya-chapter11-out-petty-mixdown Santa Clara, Calif., — November 28, 2017 — Avaya announced today that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York (the “Court”) has confirmed its second amended chapter 11 plan of reorganization (the “Plan”). As a result, Avaya expects to emerge from its restructuring process before the end of this year. “The Court’s approval of our plan is the culmination of months of hard work and extensive negotiations among our various stakeholders,” said Jim Chirico, Avaya’s President and CEO. “In the coming weeks, Avaya will emerge from this process stronger than ever and positioned for long-term success, with the financial flexibility to create even greater value for our customers, partners and stockholders.”
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Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents o (English Subtitle)

Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents o (English Subtitle)

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Egypt also has the ability to spy on Internet and cell phone users, by opening their communication packets and reading their contents. Iran used similar methods during the 2009 unrest to track, imprison and in some cases, "disappear" truckloads of cyber-dissidents. The companies that profit from sales of this technology need to be held to a higher standard. One in particular is an American firm, Narus of Sunnyvale, Calif., which has sold Telecom Egypt "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment. Narus, now owned by Boeing, was founded in 1997 by Israeli security experts to create and sell mass surveillance systems for governments and large corporate clients. The company is best known for creating NarusInsight, a supercomputer system which is allegedly used by the National Security Agency and other entities to perform mass surveillance and monitoring of public and corporate Internet communications in real time. Narus provides Egypt Telecom with Deep Packet Inspection equipment (DPI), a content-filtering technology that allows network managers to inspect, track and target content from users of the Internet and mobile phones, as it passes through routers on the information superhighway. Other Narus global customers include the national telecommunications authorities in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia -- two countries that regularly register alongside Egypt near the bottom of Human Rights Watch's world report. Anything that comes through (an Internet protocol network), we can record," Steve Bannerman, Narus' marketing vice president, once boasted to Wired about the service. "We can reconstruct all of their e-mails along with attachments, see what web pages they clicked on; we can reconstruct their (Voice Over Internet Protocol) calls." About the History of Narus: haaretz.com/news/ori-cohen-private-eye-1.192771
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TDS managedIP Remote Teleworker

TDS managedIP Remote Teleworker

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With the Remote Teleworker solution, TDS managedIP Hosted customers can give their employees the flexibility to get the job done from virtually anywhere.
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2016 Electro Scan's New Water Leak Detection Technology

2016 Electro Scan's New Water Leak Detection Technology

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Well timed for California's recently enacted SB555, Electro Scan represents the next generation in Water Loss Leak Detection devices. Other suppliers and legacy technology providers didn't have a chance at last week's WEFTEC meeting at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL. Low Voltage Conductivity leak detection ran over acoustic sensor, data loggers, and permanent device suppliers that listen for anomalies in pipes. At best, these legacy technologies have been 'hit or miss.' Electro Scan and its international patent pending multi-sensor, low voltage conductivity technology is a new breed of leak detection solution. Engineered from the ground up to deliver unparalleled location precision, measurement of size, and estimated leakage rate -- all made possible with its 4-in-1 water probe -- Electro Scan offers a dramatic improvement over legacy acoustic, electromagnetic, helium, and visual inspection techniques. Electro Scan's patent pending 4-in-1 Water Probe, includes: 1. Low Voltage Conductivity Sensor - to find & measure leaks. 2. Pressure Sensor - to help calculate GPM or LPS for each leak. 3. HD CCTV Camera - to navigate through valves, potential obstructions, and water mains. 4. Acoustic Hydrophone - to show a comparison of old v. new technology, i.e. what you have been missing and not able to measure. Available only as a professional service, contact Sacramento, Calif.-based Electro Scan Inc. for information on availability and budget costs. New California legislation is expected to be signed by Gov. Brown on Oct. 11 affecting 450 of the state’s largest water utilities requiring each to conduct mandated annual water audits and water loss training programs. And, Electro Scan is expected to be a major part of certifying California water utilities 'best efforts' to find, measure, and prioritize needed repairs and rehabilitation. Electro Scan is quickly expanding its fleet of water and sewer condition assessment vans to meet demand, so don't despair. Still reading? You might like to know that this tune is from our Chairman's CD, titled Bumped Up to First Class available on Strokeland Records. The audio behind this video feature SNL's Lenny Pickett on a song called Business is Business. Chuck Hansen convinced co-producer Jeff Tamelier to send it to Huey Lewis who recorded the vocals on his ranch in Montana. Download it on Apple iTunes or sample it.
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Verizon's Millenial Push

Verizon's Millenial Push

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Verizon's President of Product & New Business Innovation Marni Walden describes her company's mobile-first approach in a push for millennials. She speaks with WSJ's Jason Anders at the WSJDLive conference in Laguna Beach, Calif. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
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The fight for net neutrality is a test of our broken democracy

The fight for net neutrality is a test of our broken democracy

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Americans overwhelmingly support net neutrality. We are watching the telecom lobby overrule them. But it’s not over yet. https://theoutline.com/post/2693/the-fight-for-net-neutrality-is-a-test-of-our-broken-democracy
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British telecoms giant held to ransom by hackers putting four million customers at risk

British telecoms giant held to ransom by hackers putting four million customers at risk

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It is the biggest-ever cyberattack on a British company. Telecoms provider Talk Talk has had the personal details of some four million of its customers stolen and its website frozen after a sophisticated hack critics say could have been prevented. A ransom demand has been sent to the company, and no-one seems to know from where the attack originated, although the hackers have claimed to have links with extremist Islam. "There is a global problem associated with online businesses that data cann… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/10/24/british-telecoms-giant-held-to-ransom-by-hackers-putting-four-million-customers What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Vehicle Energy Management and Additional Anchoring

Vehicle Energy Management and Additional Anchoring

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Robert Hornedo, owner of Pacific Collision Equipment Co., in Signal Hill, Calif., and Thomas Balliet, Sales and Technical manager for Orange and San Diego Counties discuss the importance of energy management, safe repairs and additional anchoring in the vehicle.
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TM Forum Digital Disruption: NetCracker's Sanjay Mewada

TM Forum Digital Disruption: NetCracker's Sanjay Mewada

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Sanjay Mewada, NetCracker's VP of Strategy, talks with RCR's Kelly Hill about the company's new Digital Business Platform launch and the industry trends driving the solution, at the TM Forum Digital Disruption Event in San Jose, Calif.
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DGS Telecommunications - "Hot and Pop"

DGS Telecommunications - "Hot and Pop"

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Department of General Services' Scott Wallace discusses a K-9 safety telecommunications install called a "Hot and Pop."
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Telemedicine & Rural Health

Telemedicine & Rural Health

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Telemedicine Robots are provide access to top specialists through an internet link at Mendocino Coast District Hospital in Fort Bragg, Calif. Guiding the robot is James K. Gude. He speaks with ER Physician Tamaki Kimbro and a "a very sick" patient he cared for as the hospital's nocturnist (night hospitalist).
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RTIME 2017: NTCA President Addresses Rural Broadband Industry

RTIME 2017: NTCA President Addresses Rural Broadband Industry

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NTCA President Bill Hegmann, general manager of Southwest Arkansas Telephone Cooperative, Inc. (Texarkana, Ark.), addresses rural broadband industry leaders during the NTCA Rural Telecom Industry Meeting & EXPO in San Diego, Calif. For more information about the event, visit http://www.ntca.org/rtime
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Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents o (English Subtitle)

Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents o (English Subtitle)

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Egypt also has the ability to spy on Internet and cell phone users, by opening their communication packets and reading their contents. Iran used similar methods during the 2009 unrest to track, imprison and in some cases, "disappear" truckloads of cyber-dissidents. The companies that profit from sales of this technology need to be held to a higher standard. One in particular is an American firm, Narus of Sunnyvale, Calif., which has sold Telecom Egypt "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment. Narus, now owned by Boeing, was founded in 1997 by Israeli security experts to create and sell mass surveillance systems for governments and large corporate clients. The company is best known for creating NarusInsight, a supercomputer system which is allegedly used by the National Security Agency and other entities to perform mass surveillance and monitoring of public and corporate Internet communications in real time. Narus provides Egypt Telecom with Deep Packet Inspection equipment (DPI), a content-filtering technology that allows network managers to inspect, track and target content from users of the Internet and mobile phones, as it passes through routers on the information superhighway. Other Narus global customers include the national telecommunications authorities in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia -- two countries that regularly register alongside Egypt near the bottom of Human Rights Watch's world report. Anything that comes through (an Internet protocol network), we can record," Steve Bannerman, Narus' marketing vice president, once boasted to Wired about the service. "We can reconstruct all of their e-mails along with attachments, see what web pages they clicked on; we can reconstruct their (Voice Over Internet Protocol) calls." About the History of Narus: haaretz.com/news/ori-cohen-private-eye-1.192771
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Interview: Winnovation CEO, Stephane Allaire

Interview: Winnovation CEO, Stephane Allaire

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http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeanbaptiste/2013/04/01/winnovation-scouts-4g-apps-for-bouygues-telecom-video/ Telecom operators from around the world have set up offices in Silicon Valley to 'scout' local innovation and bring it to their home market. Winnovation is one of them, the scouting outpost of Bouygues Telecom, France's third mobile carrier. Winnovation is looking to do about 3 deals or 'contracts' this year (but no direct investments), out of a deal flow of 400 startups. Ideally, the potential companies should already be working with local telcos like AT&T or Verizon. Looking for 4G apps, video Located in San Jose, Calif., the capital of Silicon Valley, Winnovation's 2-person team is actively looking for mobile apps that take full advantage of the 4G network bandwidth. "Bouygues Telecom will be the first in France with a 4G network this Fall," explains Winnovation CEO, Stephane Allaire. "And we need apps that show consumers the benefits of 4G speeds versus our competitors' 3G". To the dismay of its local competition -- Orange and SFR -- Bouygues Telecom was allowed to deploy its 4G network using its current frequency band (1.8GHz), allowing for a quick roll-out over its existing infrastructure. "For months now, French consumers had 4G smartphones but no network to use it on or apps to showcase its benefits. We're here to change that."
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Android News - Apple, Facebook, California

Android News - Apple, Facebook, California

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Don't rule out Facebook Home for Apple's iOS Facebook's new app is Android only, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company wants the software on "every" device. [Read more] http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cnet/tcoc/~3/m8rr9WB0Gv4/ AT&T And France Telecom The First Carriers For Facebook Home, Staring With $99.99 HTC First Device Facebook today announced that AT&T and France Telecom/Orange are the first two carriers to be part of its Facebook Home partnership program to develop devices with the social networks' new integrated user experience, which will kick off with the HTC First. AT&T will be offering it as an exclusive in the U.S. at a price of $99.99 with preorders starting today. It turns out that it was Ralph de la Vega at AT&T who was behind the plan to bring HTC into the game. At the presentation today he said that they were the ones to suggest to Mark Zuckerberg that HTC, a great partner for AT&T, to be the first device maker for an integrated Android smartphone. "When Mark first approached us about this, what captivated me was that this would be the best Facebook experience ever," said Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T. "People would be at the center, and I bought into that." Facebook has relied on a close relationship with carriers for years already, which is important for it in markets where it relies on people using their mobile devices rather than PCs to access the social network; as well as in mature markets where people have become avid users of Facebook on smartphones. That has included Facebook Zero, in which simple, text-based Facebook access, aimed at feature phones at emerging markets, is bundled into carriers' pricing and priced free. That's extended also to adding more promotions, such as this offer for free mobile talktime to users in India when they signed up for Facebook. Through its acquisition of Snaptu in 2011, it moved up to improve the Facebook experience on higher-tier feature phones; here it has also partnered with carriers to promote these services, offering periods of free data usage, a model it has since expanded to promoting its messaging service also in partnership with carriers. There have also been deals, not led by Facebook, in which the company's APIs have been used to create access directly on the chipsets embedded in devices. And among other API-based services, France Telecom has been working on a Facebook-based social calling service, "Party Call." http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcrunch/~3/v5EYOGQYLXg/ Facebook unveils new experience for Android phones MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Facebook is unveiling a new experience for Android phones. The idea behind the new Home service is to bring content right to you, rather than require people to check apps on the device. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/3d281c11a96b4ad082fe88aa0db04305/Article_2013-04-04-Facebook-Mobile-Running/id-e87c189edb2d48a9acac9b8b6470b139 http://www.wochit.com
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Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents on The Internet

Israeli Technology Monitors Egypt's Cell Phone Texting and Political Dissidents on The Internet

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Egypt also has the ability to spy on Internet and cell phone users, by opening their communication packets and reading their contents. Iran used similar methods during the 2009 unrest to track, imprison and in some cases, "disappear" truckloads of cyber-dissidents. The companies that profit from sales of this technology need to be held to a higher standard. One in particular is an American firm, Narus of Sunnyvale, Calif., which has sold Telecom Egypt "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment. Narus, now owned by Boeing, was founded in 1997 by Israeli security experts to create and sell mass surveillance systems for governments and large corporate clients. The company is best known for creating NarusInsight, a supercomputer system which is allegedly used by the National Security Agency and other entities to perform mass surveillance and monitoring of public and corporate Internet communications in real time. Narus provides Egypt Telecom with Deep Packet Inspection equipment (DPI), a content-filtering technology that allows network managers to inspect, track and target content from users of the Internet and mobile phones, as it passes through routers on the information superhighway. Other Narus global customers include the national telecommunications authorities in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia -- two countries that regularly register alongside Egypt near the bottom of Human Rights Watch's world report. Anything that comes through (an Internet protocol network), we can record," Steve Bannerman, Narus' marketing vice president, once boasted to Wired about the service. "We can reconstruct all of their e-mails along with attachments, see what web pages they clicked on; we can reconstruct their (Voice Over Internet Protocol) calls." About the History of Narus: haaretz.com/news/ori-cohen-private-eye-1.192771
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