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Google delivers Mobile Election Tracking App http://post.ly/18hnY
UH Students Personal Data violated. You could be at risk. http://post.ly/18hgI
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University of Hawaii spokesman Ryan Mielke displayed a now-disconnected server yesterday in a room on the West Oahu campus. A faculty member at the campus apparently inadvertently uploaded personal information of 40,101 students to the Web.
A faculty member at the West Oahu campus apparently inadvertently uploaded personal information of 40,101 students to the Web. The information belongs to students who attended the West Oahu campus from 1988 to 1993, and Manoa students from 1990 to 1998 and in 2001.
The information was posted by a now-retired Institutional Research Office faculty member at 2:46 p.m. Nov. 30, 2009.
Everything from a student’s Social Security number and citizenship to the highest level of education attained by parents, marital status and addresses were available online until Oct. 18, when the Liberty Coalition in Washington, D.C., discovered the information through a Google search
I’m enjoying a blast to my past as Stairway to Heaven randomly made its way to my music player
Looking for an Android phone? See Google Phone Gallery http://post.ly/18BRG
Some would say “Finally!” Google is publishing a directory/gallery of Android phones by manufacturer and carrier. Looks like a fabulous resource.
With its 1 GHz processor and Android 2.2 with Adobe Flash 10, the DROID 2 offers PC-like power and speed.
4G, The Plate Lunch, the Client, and the Database http://post.ly/185RB