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Tearing a page, so to speak, from social media crowdfunding campaigns like last year's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, the National Archives has turned to Twitter to raise a volunteer workforce of citizen archivists to help transcribe some of millions of digitized documents—including thousands of declassified CIA and Department of Defense files. The goal of the Transcription Challenge: 1,000 transcribed pages of documents by March 23. The Transcription Challenge corresponds with Sunshine Week, an open government campaign originally launched by the Florida Society of Newspaper Editors as Sunshine Sun
În?elegând Na?ional Socialismul Aceast? lucrare a fost creat? datorit? nevoii de a clarifica lucrurile pentru aceia care se consider? na?ional sociali?ti, dar care au o cunoa?tere limitat? a doctrinei ?i, mai ales, pentru aceia care se opun în mod complet Na?ional Socialismului. Pentru aceia care nu au avut niciodat? oportunitatea de a cunoa?te ?i studia dintr-o perspectiv? care nu vine de la inamic, astfel încât s? fie capabili de a ajunge la concluzii cinstite ?i ra?ionale. Este o oportunitate pentru oponen?ii no?tri, care adesea au fost manipula?i în ceea ce ?ine de în?elegerea adev?rului d
Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has released an encrypted chat service, called MegaChat, to compete with the Microsoft-owned Skype. The release would be rolled out gradually, beginning with video-calling on Thursday, he said. The news came as it emerged a top EU official wants companies to be required by law to hand over encryption keys. The EU counter-terrorism coordinator's proposal follows a similar call by Prime Minister David Cameron. In a document leaked by the civil liberties group Statewatch, Gilles de Kerchove said encryption "increasingly makes lawful interception by the relevant na