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The lecture will be a world-class research talk in biostatistics or biomedical informatics.

June 17, 2013, I experienced what insurance people (and the therapist) referred to as “a life-altering catastrophic event.” A fire destroyed life as I knew it.

It took a some time to get myself pulled together and create a plan. We officially opened to the public August 28, 2014.

Typically, when the camera is on a little light is also set off.

But, in a newly discovered workaround, this light can be deactivated -- meaning unsuspecting victims have no clue they're being watched.

Representatives from the Bursar's Office, Business Services, and the Graduate School will provide overviews of the policies and detailed instructions on the procedures associated with these appointments.

Career Development Presentation for Graduate Program Coordinators: Mock Interviewing: This presentation will provide graduate program coordinators information about the benefits of hosting mock interview day for their graduate students, as well as logistical considerations.

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Even if you rebelled against technology, ditched your mobile phone, and avoided using heavily-tracked web services like Facebook and Google, you’d still be on surveillance cameras that capture your face, license plate scanners, and credit databases, among other things. Apple, AT&T, Microsoft, Google, Verizon…companies like these mine your data for commercial reasons, but they end up having to give it up to law enforcement when asked.

The Washington Post revealed this new research by Johns Hopkins computer scientist Stephen Checkoway, which shows how people can be spied on with Mac Books and i Macs released before 2008.