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#deepweb | Book excerpt: “Modern Loss: Candid Conversation About Grief. Beginners Welcome.”

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The undead nature of the digital world, with its Facebook Memories and LinkedIn invites (or, as we learned this week, Valentine’s Day texts delivered from the deceased), causes the dead to die over and over and over again, making grief that much more difficult to overcome […]

#deepweb | Slate’s Use of Your Data

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans By clicking “Agree,” you consent to Slate’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and the use of technologies such as cookies by Slate and our partners to deliver relevant advertising on our site, in emails and across the Internet, to personalize content and perform site analytics. […]

#deepweb | From climate mysteries to dead zones, an evolving computer model tackles Puget Sound’s eco-riddles – GeekWire

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The local population of Puget Sound orcas is in decline, having dropped to 73 animals. A computer model built by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is helping scientists studying industrial pollutants, one of the key threats to the killer whales’ survival. (NOAA Photo) Puget Sound — Washington’s […]

#deepweb | ‘Britain’s FBI’ set for huge new powers to foil County Lines drug gangs

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Ministers are planning to give a huge budget boost and sweeping new powers to ‘Britain’s FBI’ to combat the growing threat of online paedophile rings, people traffickers and County Lines drugs gangs. It comes as the National Crime Agency reveals the frightening scale of organised crime […]

#deepweb | A Plague of Toxic Algae Is Making Shellfish Deadly

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans In the late winter of 2015, more than 1 million common murres—prim, black-and-white seabirds—died off the shores of Alaska. They’d been washing up all along the Pacific Coast that winter, as far south as California. But in Alaska, the die-off took over our lives, dominating the […]