Panama Papers: Document leak exposes global corruption, secrets of the rich. The financial secrets of heads of state, athletes, billionaires and drug lords have been exposed in the latest — and biggest ever — leak of records from an offshore tax haven.
The leak includes 11.5 million confidential documents shedding light on the assets and murky fiscal dealings of everyone from the prime ministers of Iceland and Pakistan to soccer player Leo Messi, movie star Jackie Chan and associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The records, dating as far back as 1977, come from a little-known but highly influential Panama-based law firm called Mossack Fonseca, which has 500 staff working in 40-plus countries. The firm is one of the world's top creators of shell companies — corporate structures that can be used to hide ownership of assets. CBC News will be exploring more of what's in the documents, including Canadian connections, in a series of stories this week.
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XIAOMI. ONLINE SUPERHEROES: BATTLE FOR THE INTERNET. From the creative mind of Caldwell Tanner, illustrator of College Humor, writer of his own captivating and hilarious illustration blog, and graphic artist/comedian extraordinaire, now comes “The Internet League of Justice” illustration series!
Imagine if the most popular online websites and social media networks were superheroes! What powers would they have? See Also REAL LIFE DISNEY PRINCESSES Who would their nemeses be? Thanks to Tanner’s amazing wit and humor, we don’t have to guess anymore! Source: twistedsifter.com. PGP Corporation. PGP Corporation headquarters in Menlo Park PGP Corporation, co-founded by Jon Callas and Phil Dunkelberger, was based in Menlo Park, California. PGP Corporation was funded by Rob Theis, General Partner, Doll Capital Management (DCM) and Terry Garnett, General Partner, Venrock Associates.
The company owned the Pretty Good Privacy codebase, which was originally developed by Phil Zimmermann. Originally written in 1991, Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) was one of the first freely and publicly available implementations of public-key cryptography. It was originally used to allow individuals to communicate securely through bulletin board systems. PGP later became standardized and supported by many other applications, including email. PGP Corporation acquired the code and rights to the name from Network Associates (NAI) in 2002. The company released version 9 of the software in 2005.
PGP Corporation's focus shifted towards the corporate market. References External links Pretty Good Privacy. Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is a data encryption and decryption computer program that provides cryptographic privacy and authentication for data communication.
PGP is often used for signing, encrypting, and decrypting texts, e-mails, files, directories, and whole disk partitions and to increase the security of e-mail communications. It was created by Phil Zimmermann in 1991 while working at PKWARE, Inc. PGP and similar software follow the OpenPGP standard (RFC 4880) for encrypting and decrypting data.
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Acer inc. LenovoEMC. LenovoEMC (formerly Iomega), sometimes styled lenovo EMC², is a producer of external, portable, and networked storage solutions.
Established in the 1980s as Iomega, LenovoEMC has sold more than 410 million digital storage drives and disks. It was a public company, trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol IOM beginning in 1983. The ZIP Drive was Iomega's most notable product. Products Iomega designed and manufactured a range of products to compete with and ultimately replace the 3.5" floppy disk, notably the Zip drive.
Some of these products came very close to this goal while also achieving status in their own right as collectible items.
Start-ups, by giannisstergiou. Alexa Internet. Operations and history Alexa Internet was founded in 1996 by American web entrepreneurs Brewster Kahle and Bruce Gilliat. The company's name was chosen in homage to the Library of Alexandria, drawing a parallel between the largest repository of knowledge in the ancient world and the potential of the Internet to become a similar store of knowledge.
The company offered a toolbar that gave Internet users suggestions on where to go next, based on the traffic patterns of its user community. Alexa also offered context for each site visited: to whom it was registered, how many pages it had, how many other sites pointed to it, and how frequently it was updated. Alexa's operation includes archiving of webpages as they are crawled. In 1999, Alexa was acquired by Amazon.com for about US$250 million in Amazon stock as the company moved away from its original vision of providing an "intelligent" search engine.
In April 2007, the lawsuit Alexa v. Motori Di Ricerca, Search Engines. BlackBerry. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera.
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