Wikileaks has begun publishing the leaked "embassy cables" at its website, with a handy 'explorer' at cablegate.wikileaks.org. In total, the cache includes 15,652 secret documents, 101,748 confidential ones, and 133,887 that are unclassified. Iraq is the 'most discussed' country, while Ankara, Turkey, produced the most cables. External political relations and internal government affairs account for most of the cache, but more than 100,000 items concern human rights and economic conditions. 28,801 concern terrorism.
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller will arrive on Capitol Hill ‘fully prepared’ to testify, his spokesperson tells a CNN reporter today.
We presume it can tell by the pixels.
Military research and Chinese firms had access to the data Microsoft scraped under Creative Commons licenses.
If you suffer from sleep disorders, there are a number of methods out there to mitigate them: Ambient noisemakers, relaxation tapes, sleep masks, you name it. One thing that doesn’t get tried is headphones, for good reason. Even the smallest earbuds are liable to wake you up if you roll over the wrong way. Now […]
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Vape technology has been around long enough that vapers are starting to get picky about their gear. Luckily, so are we. From disposable models to cutting-edge touchscreen atomizers, there’s a vaporizer in this roundup to suit every taste. Hera 2 – World’s Most Advanced Dual-Use Vaporizer Choose between dry herb or oil extraction modes – […]