After some more Morse code, Verizon says, "Readers living in the 21st century can read the translated statement here." That statement is dated February 26, 1934, the same year Congress passed the Communications Act, including the Title II part that the FCC is using to regulate broadband providers. … [Read more...] about Verizon issues furious response to FCC, in Morse code, dated 1934
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The new trove of information has inspired a different breed of headlines, such as "Highlights From Newly Released NSA Oversight Reports Reveal Bumbling Ineptitude But No Evidence Of Systematic Abuse" from Forbes. The newly discovered errors ran the gamut, including American data being e-mailed to unauthorized recipients, data being kept on unsecured computers, and sensitive information being sent to the wrong printer. … [Read more...] about On Christmas Eve, NSA quietly releases 12 years worth of internal reports
Cathay claimed it was unable to update the system due to an application involved being incompatible with an Airbus fleet manual application. However, Wong also detailed Cathay had an annual vulnerability scanning exercise, and rebuffed claims from the airline that security software could not detect the vulnerability due to signature not being released by pointing to the relevant signatures appearing in 2013. … [Read more...] about Cathay Pacific’s unpatched decade-old vulnerability led to 2018 breach
The recommendations outline the specifics of how to tell if someone meets the criteria for brain death, such as excluding conditions that might mimic the criteria for brain death. For example, someone on a medication that induces paralysis would not show limb movement in response to pain or other similar reflexes. Other steps include ensuring that a sufficient amount of time has passed to make the diagnosis — 24 hours at the very minimum for death caused by lack of oxygen to the brain — and testing a series of basic reflexes controlled by the brainstem. The final test is apnea testing, which determines whether the person can breathe on his or her own, another process controlled by the brainstem. The guidelines also provide the first formal recommendations of how to determine brain death in a person who is being supported by extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), a process that circulates the person's blood outside of the body to oxygenate it by machine rather than … [Read more...] about What is brain death? New guidelines offer answers.