Arquivo para a ‘Eletronic Networks’ Categoria

World forum on the Internet in Brazil

11 Nov

Few people know, but began CentroConvençõesJoaoPessoayesterday in Sydney, in northeastern Brazil, a forum on Internet governance sponsored by the UN.

The democratization of access to internet as well as the global control over the electronic network, are key to economic development, the opening of the Lenni Montie event, quoted the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon: I call on all our partners to intensify efforts to promote accessibility, fair price, education and equality, investing in infrastructure and building an open Internet.”

The brazilian president Dilma was not at the event, worried about the protest of strike of truck drivers, but recorded a video which highlighted the importance of supervision “of the central functions of the Internet.”

The forum set up in 2006 by the UN, will last until Friday, and develops the theme “Internet governance Evolution: Empowering sustainable development”.

The organizers of the event, held in the modern João Pessoa Convention Center (photo) expect the capital of Paraiba should receive about three thousand people from 130 countries.


(Português) Senado encaminha sigilo de dados

14 Oct

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Facebook goes down

28 Sep

An instability that occurred in much of FacebookFacebookOut worldwide on 28/09 in Brazil near the time of 16:05 p.m. Brazil (14:05 p.m. USA), paralyzed the services leaving the API (the service login interface) down.

The Facebook said: “A broad question with Facebook is leaving the API Facebook unavailable search engine We are working with our central infrastructure teams to identify the issue and we will update them when we have. More information”, said the Benjamin Golub Facebook enginner.

The fall of the service had already taken place last week, but was shorter, now users reported longer instability for both accessing the social network via computers as by the application, the 17h17 pm (15h15 USA) was still unstable service


The future of the Internet is social

17 Aug

Fear and ignorance of the technology produces an technophobia that preventsecousin them from seeing the great strides that the internet and other technologies provide, a recent study published in the IMDEA site shows that the future of the Internet is social.

The work was done by IMDEA Networks Institute who announced the successful completion of its Content Distribution Research projects done by the European Advanced Institute of Social Information (eCOUSIN – enhanced Content Distribution with Social Information).

The findings of the project gather data from the purpose of the research, the agreement made between employees of the European Commission that it had as main objective to create an innovative network architecture that improve the efficiencies of online social networks, as well as provide a quality experience users.

The idea of ​​the project was to explore the growing popularity of social content online and their interdependencies, focusing on data collection and analysis, the scalability of the network infrastructure, connecting features related to the contents, and guided by social information through algorithms projects.

Nine partners from six countries and four universities participated in the project, including IMDEA based in Madrid, which contributed passive and light measurement tools, performance models, and predictors of mobile networks, as well as algorithms for resource allocation optimization.


The Internet of Things benefit the development

30 Jun

The potential economic value of the Internet IoTof Things (IoT) is being widely underestimated, and it could be worth more than $ 11 trillion a year, according to a new report by the McKinsey Global Institute, see in Washington Post.

The Trade Marks Registry gives six reasons why the IoT is being underestimated, which includes the sub-use of data generated by various sensing devices and other networked devices.

According to the institute’s analysts paint a big-picture economic outlook, seen exclusively in industrial sectors, while there is the primary concentration of opportunities in the market to Consume Commerce (business-to-consumer) of IoT and is missing a potentially much larger opportunity the business-to-business.

In addition, about 40% of the IoT’s economic value is fed by the interoperability device, which obviates the revenue opportunity in software and hardware for this.

McKinsey also argues the impact of the Internet of Things on world economies in development are underestimated and that these savings benefit of about 40 percent of economic gains compared with about 60 percent share of the developed world due to a mistaken view this is only for the advanced world.
McKinsey speculates some developing countries will be able to overcome the advances in developed countries because the installation of equipment or infrastructure with sensors and actuators will become a problem solved.
Finally, the Internet of Things will support new business models that are likely to correlate with how data is tracked and evaluated in real time, making the frontiers of technology and and no-tech companies can not be confused.


If becomes unsafe biometrics

28 Jan

Biometrics is the form used by banks, some safety equipment and also in the last electionsImpressaoDigital to identify people from fingerprints.
The hacker Jan Krissler states that could falsify the fingerprint of the German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen, using photos taken with an ordinary camera.

This case reinforces the idea, which is advocated by some experts, that biometrics fingerprint is not a safe method, it is worth remember that began it was used in electronic voting machines in Brazil, in the last elections in this country.

Declarations of Krissler, using the code name “Starbug” among hackers, was made at a convention for CCC members (association of hackers Europe), he is 31 and his speech was also broadcast online by the association’s website.

In his speech said that the Von der Leyen pictures were taken in October, and a “close” your finger and photos from different angles was possible to fake the digital minister.

There is much talk in individual data security, but public safety and respect for states by citizen data are the biggest problem.


Networking of things: 5G

10 Dec

internetOfThingsSo far the connections were being upgraded to improve the performance of telephone between people, but the IoT (Internet of Things) is coming up with 5G connections and this can cause an even greater transformation.
We point in our blog (see smart cities or smart cities) that a greater connection between people and things could facilitate the daily lives of people, but now the idea is to connect us to our everyday objects.
This scenario will be fully ready in no more than six years, and now scientists, governments and communications companies make plans for the use of 5G communication from 2020.
Most experts believe that this will multiply by 10 the connections between people and objects, says Sara Mazur to BBC News: “Before there was talk that by 2020 there would be 50 billion devices connected to the internet, it is now believed that this figure is cautious,” it is research director at Ericsson, one of the communications companies that are developing the 5G.
In 2013 Samsung announced Samsung announced in 2013 that was experiencing the 5G connection to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps), and this means downloading a movie in HD in just one second with this connection, the future has arrived.


Amnesty creates program anti-spying

21 Nov

Amnesty International said on Thursday (20/11) a program that helps fight the interest oSpyCamf governments and corporations to spy on citizens without court order to have this, the program was created by the German researcher Claudio Guarnieri.

Detekt is the first tool for the general public to detect the invasion of computers from leading spy programs used by governments, the program is done in free software and aimed primarily at journalists and activists who wish to defend the freedom and privacy on the Internet.

Many governments have used these techniques, programs were found on computers in Bahrain, Syria, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Germany, Tibet, North Korea and many other nations, says the BBC Online.

“These tools of espionage are commercialized in its ability to bypass the anti-virus pattern,” said Tanya O’Carroll, a consultant on human rights Amnesty International technology.

The first version was Detekt escriao for Windows computers, because people in most cases are monitored in the use of this software, said Ms. O’Carroll.

The announcement was made by Mark Marczynski, Amnesty International, which said that modern techniques include the activation distance of cameras and microphones to record computer activities and conversations of people.


(Português) As belas ondas de WiFi

22 Jul

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(Português) Final da copa terá transmissão 8k

23 Jun

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