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Tech company accuses US Navy of software piracy, seeks $596 million damages

July 26, 2016

The suit against the U.S. Government, filed by Bitmanagement Software, alleges that the Navy copied and installed the company’s virtual reality software on hundreds of thousands of computers for which it does not have a license. In 2011 and 2012 Bitmanagement agreed to license its BS Contact Geo software to the Navy on “a limited and experimental” basis, according to court documents.

Heading Into The Political Season, We Need To Think Seriously About What Drives Innovation

July 26, 2016

The writer Andrew Solomon has said that travel gives you both a window and a mirror. You encounter people and ideas very different than your own, which makes you aware of new possibilities that never occurred to you before. At the same time, these new experiences give you a different perspective of your own culture.

The history of ransomware

July 25, 2016

Over the years there have been two distinct varieties of ransomware which remain consistent: crypto and locker based. Crypto-ransomware is ransomware variants that actually encrypt files and folders, hard drives, etc. Whereas Locker-ransomware only locks users out of their devices, most often seen with Android based ransomware.