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Featured Blog Posts – June 2008 Archive (2)

AT&T Invents Programming Language for Mass Surveillance

From the company that brought you the C programming language comes Hancock, a C variant developed by AT&T researchers to mine gigabytes of the company's telephone and internet records for surveillance purposes.



An AT&T research paper published in 2001 and unearthed today by Andrew Appel at Freedom to Tinker shows how the phone company uses Hancock-coded software to crunch through tens of millions of long distance phone records a night to draw up what AT&T calls… Continue

Added by Vincent Granville on June 26, 2008 at 4:07am — No Comments

GoogMeter compares anything

A lot of companies spend a lot of time and money to get data related to customer preferences and behavior. At the same time huge amount of data can be extracted directly from Internet.

Usually to get knowledge about some objects from Internet we use two stage process:

  1. Google to get links;
  2. Follow by the links to specific web sites and get information there.
GoogMeter…
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Added by Alex Zolot on June 5, 2008 at 7:00am — No Comments

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