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Would Karl Marx recognise China’s new communism?
On the global stage, President Xi Jinping presents China as a proponent of the free market and a champion of economic globalisation. Back home, however, he is…
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Autotracer is a free online image vectorizer. It can convert raster images like JPEGs, GIFs and PNGs to scalable vector graphics (EPS, SVG, AI and PDF). No registration or email required.
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RT : This is another step on the authoritarian ladder. We must protect the judiciary.
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If Modi as PM can inaugurate a small stretch of road and other micro "achievements", there is nothing odd about Ind…
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SPIE: 'gap' au-dessus des 16,98E - Boursorama
SPIE: 'gap' au-dessus des 16,98E

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Statement By U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Section 301 Action | United States Trade Representative
“On Friday, in response to unfair Chinese practices, the United States began imposing tariffs of 25 percent on approximately $34 billion worth of Chinese imports. These tariffs will eventually cover up to $50 billion in Chinese imports as legal processes conclude. The products targeted by the tariffs are those that benefit from China’s industrial policy and forced technology transfer practices.

“China has since retaliated against the United States by imposing tariffs on $34 billion in U.S. exports to China, and threatening tariffs on another $16 billion. It did this without any international legal basis or justification.

“As a result of China’s retaliation and failure to change its practices, the President has ordered USTR to begin the process of imposing tariffs of 10 percent on an additional $200 billion of Chinese imports. This is an appropriate response under the authority of Section 301 to obtain the elimination of China’s harmful industrial policies. USTR will proceed with a transparent and comprehensive public notice and comment process prior to the imposition of final tariffs, as we have for previous tariffs.

The new list, in PDF https://ustr.gov/sites/default/files/301/2018-0026%20China%20FRN%207-10-2018_0.pdf
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The Democratic legitimacy of any plebiscite is not merely derived from a bald number, it is legitimat…
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Got this beauty 2 days ago. :D

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Relearning modern C++ (or give up and go to python) : cpp
One thing that is important to note (Bjarne mentions this is his talk as well) is that one of the features that make the c++ language so great are its libraries. The same can be said about python; Imagine writing python code without importing any modules... you wouldn't be able to do very much at all!
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Chinese hackers breach Cambodian government ahead of country's general election
In the run up to Cambodia’s general election on July 29, a hacking group tied to China has been breaking into multiple organizations that share a connection to either the country’s main opposition party, voting process or human rights movement, according to new research and additional analysis provided by U.S. cybersecurity firm FireEye.

The findings — made possible through a glaring operational security mistake where hackers left their attack servers exposed on the open internet — help illustrate how governments are leaning on cyber-espionage capabilities to learn about foreign elections.

FireEye collected this intelligence by directly accessing the attack servers, which weren’t protected with a password...

Several leading government agencies that are largely controlled by the ruling political party, the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), have also been breached. Those attacked organizations — which are responsible for both domestic and foreign policy — include the Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cambodian Senate, and Ministry of Economics and Finance, according to FireEye.

Comment: Beijing just making sure its political investments are safe?
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10 days ago by bbishop
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China's response to latest U.S. tariffs:

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Chinese Espionage Group TEMP.Periscope Targets Cambodia Ahead of July 2018 Elections and Reveals Broad Operations Globally « Chinese Espionage Group TEMP.Periscope Targets Cambodia Ahead of July 2018 Elections and Reveals Broad Operations Globally | Fire
FireEye has examined a range of TEMP.Periscope activity revealing extensive interest in Cambodia's politics, with active compromises of multiple Cambodian entities related to the country’s electoral system. This includes compromises of Cambodian government entities charged with overseeing the elections, as well as the targeting of opposition figures. This campaign occurs in the run up to the country’s July 29, 2018, general elections. TEMP.Periscope used the same infrastructure for a range of activity against other more traditional targets, including the defense industrial base in the United States and a chemical company based in Europe. Our previous blog post focused on the group’s targeting of engineering and maritime entities in the United States.

Overall, this activity indicates that the group maintains an extensive intrusion architecture and wide array of malicious tools, and targets a large victim set, which is in line with typical Chinese-based APT efforts. We expect this activity to provide the Chinese government with widespread visibility into Cambodian elections and government operations. Additionally, this group is clearly able to run several large-scale intrusions concurrently across a wide range of victim types.
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Event source your horse!
Domain Driven Design (DDD) en Event Sourcing in de paardensport, het kan echt! Met behulp…
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ASCIIFlow Infinity
Need to create a workflow that is text based..... come in ASCII Flow!
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