Facebook updates its suicide prevention tools for Live shows

If you see something worrying on a Live broadcast, Facebook is making it easier for you to get help. The company is introducing new suicide prevention measures, including crisis support and streamlined reporting. It’s aiming to help at-risk people on Facebook Live and Messenger. If you see something concerning on a Live broadcast, you will see an option to contact an organization to get help for yourself or the broadcaster. Participating organizations are Crisis Text Line, the National Eating Disorders Association, and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The company rolled out rudimentary versions of these tools last year, which allowed you to flag…

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N.C. Wind Farm Goes Live Despite Legislators’ Claims It’s a National Security Threat

The first utility-scale wind farm in North Carolina is now fully operational even though the state’s top politicians wanted President Donald Trump to nix the $ 400 million project because they said it’s a national security threat.

Avangrid Renewables today announced the wind farm, sporting 104 turbines that are 50-stories tall, is now generating 670 megawatt hours (MWh), enough electricity for 61,000 homes. The wind farm is located in the northern part of the state and was built out across farm lands.

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One of 106 wind turbines under construction as part a 670MWh farm that will power Amazon’s Virginia data centers.

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BlueBolt, Inc. to Host Live Webinar on Best Practices for Enterprise…

BlueBolt, Inc., a marketing agency with a broad-range of service offerings that center around optimizing the customer experience for BlueBolt’s clients, announced today that it will host a live,…

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24 hours of the new iPhone 6S launch: Follow live

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For Apple fans, nothing is bigger than iPhone launch day.

Every year, lining up at stores for the new iPhone is a major event for the Apple faithful. And this year’s release of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus is no exception.

But the mold has changed. While people still line up, an iPhone launch in 2015 looks a lot different than it did in 2007. Mashable will be reporting ’round the clock from Sydney, Singapore, London, New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles to capture the glorious anticipation. Read more…

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Macheen's Mobile Cloud-in-a-Box Goes Live with Sprint

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Question by regina_noviello: How is cloud computing related to information security?
I’m trying to understand more about technology, and from what I know so far, cloud computing is a “plum-pudding” model of information access. By that I mean there is a pool of computing giants (such as Microsoft and Google) that allow their users to have access to their services, but not know anything about how that information came to be. If this is wrong, please explain that in your answer too.

My question specifically asks that if so many different users can access the information that anyone else can access, how is security even possible?

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Answer by G
Check Wiki a lot of info there. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing

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