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Adresse Ip - Mon IP - Localiser une adresse IP LE DICTIONNAIRE - Dictionnaire français en ligne gratuit Tunnelbear - Télécharger Commotion : un nouvel Internet libre ? | Labo du web Une équipe de chercheurs américains vient de mettre au point un Internet libre. Baptisé Commotion, la solution logicielle permet de créer des réseaux WiFi autonomes, qui ne passent par aucune infrastructure actuelle. Une révolution dans le monde de l’Internet ! L’utopie d’un Internet libre et totalement anonyme n’est plus. Commotion échappe ainsi à une quelconque surveillance en évitant toute liaison à un opérateur télécoms. Ce projet est financé par l’OTI (Open Technology Initiative), une branche de la New America Foundation, présidée par Eric Schmidt, le PDG de Google. Le projet ne fera évidemment pas plaisir aux opérateurs télécoms ni aux majors souhaitant pouvoir surveiller les transferts d’œuvres protégées sous copyright. Une version de travail de Commotion sera partagée en septembre pour que les experts puissent l’améliorer.

AMSAC et ASEF Pavilly - Pour vos besoins de personnel 30 Ways To Leave Google Apps Behind Many of us rely on multiple Google services in order to conduct our everyday lives and run our businesses. Entrepreneur Joel Runyon thinks that’s a mistake, since ostensibly Google is turning evil. So he wrote The Complete Guide To Leaving Google to help you to at least diversify the range of online services you use. “I believe it’s a bad idea for one company to have control over multiple choke points in my business,” writes Runyon. ”Especially when their service is offered for free, and I have no path of recourse with them." We expanded on Runyon’s list to bring you 30 ways to leave Google. First, Free Your Identity Belgian developer Laurent Eschenauer staged his own PRISM break last year, unplugging from all cloud services and creating his own cloud on a hosted server. “Start decoupling your identity from the underlying implementations today,” Eschenauer says. Email Runyon recommends the privacy-focused, ad-free email service Hushmail, which is based in Canada. Calendars Blogging Search

How to remain secure against NSA surveillance | Bruce Schneier | World news Now that we have enough details about how the NSA eavesdrops on the internet, including today's disclosures of the NSA's deliberate weakening of cryptographic systems, we can finally start to figure out how to protect ourselves. For the past two weeks, I have been working with the Guardian on NSA stories, and have read hundreds of top-secret NSA documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden. I wasn't part of today's story – it was in process well before I showed up – but everything I read confirms what the Guardian is reporting. At this point, I feel I can provide some advice for keeping secure against such an adversary. The primary way the NSA eavesdrops on internet communications is in the network. That's where their capabilities best scale. Leveraging its secret agreements with telecommunications companies – all the US and UK ones, and many other "partners" around the world – the NSA gets access to the communications trunks that move internet traffic. 1) Hide in the network. - l’Assurance Maladie en ligne Contacts Suivez-nous : Sélectionnez votre caisse Saisissez le code postal de votre lieu d’activité.Les pages d’ameli seront alors enrichies d’informations locales (contacts, évènements régionaux…). * champ obligatoire Gestion de vos cookies L'Assurance Maladie s'engage, dans le cadre des missions qui lui sont confiées, à assurer la protection, la confidentialité et la sécurité de l'ensemble de vos données personnelles dans le respect de votre vie privée. Préférences pour tous les services Nécessaires au bon fonctionnement du site Ces cookies permettent de garantir des fonctionnalités importantes du site comme la sélection de votre caisse à travers la saisie de votre code postal, la mémorisation de l'espace visité ou la personnalisation de l'affichage (version contrastée). Campagnes Ces cookies sont utilisés pour diffuser des contenus ciblés en fonction de votre navigation. Mesure d'audience En savoir plus > Vidéos Réseaux sociaux En savoir plus

Do-Not-Track Movement Is Drawing Advertisers’ Fire Do Not Track mechanisms are features on browsers — like Mozilla’s Firefox — that give consumers the option of sending out digital signals asking companies to stop collecting information about their online activities for purposes of targeted advertising. First came a stern letter from nine members of the House of Representatives to the Federal Trade Commission, questioning its involvement with an international group called the World Wide Web Consortium, or W3C, which is trying to work out global standards for the don’t-track-me features. The legislators said they were concerned that these options for consumers might restrict “the flow of data at the heart of the Internet’s success.” Next came an incensed open letter from the board of the Association of National Advertisers to Steve Ballmer, the C.E.O. of , and two other company officials. “Microsoft’s action is wrong. So far, Microsoft has shrugged off advertisers’ complaints. But the two sides seem to have reached an impasse.

Bibliothèque BLH Veuillez activer JavaScript pour afficher correctement le contenu de cette page. Bibliothèque Municipale du Petit Château Horaires Lundi 16h - 18h Mercredi 10h - 12h et 15h - 17h Vendredi 16h - 18h Samedi 10h - 12h Fermée le samedi pendant les vacances scolaires Raconte moi une histoire Quand l'école vient à la bibliothèque du 9 au 20 septembre 2013 sur la période du rattachement de la commune d'Augeville à Bosc le Hard 5000 livres sont à votre disposition. Accès internet Prêt de CD Liste des achats mensuels ci-dessous. Contact : Colette Antoine A Browser To Keep The NSA From Snooping On You Concern over personal privacy in the era of NSA spying revelations has reached something of a Code Orange. Earlier this summer, the Pew Research Center reported that for the first time since the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, more Americans fear an assault on their civil liberties than terrorism. But where we might have been stocking up on duct tape and canned soup a decade ago, today we’re changing our online habits: The percentage of Americans who are disabling cookies and adjusting browser privacy settings jumped 12% and 7% in the wake of the Edward Snowden leaks. It’s in this climate of guardedness that a group of India-based developers has designed a new kind of browser for the privacy-conscious. Using Chromium, an open source browser project that provides the underpinnings for Google’s Chrome, the Epic browser features protections meant to keep out snooping governments, as well as private companies looking to make a buck off your data. There are some cons.