Archive for November 2015
On Page 5 of a credit card contract used by American Express, beneath an explainer on interest rates and late fees, past the details about annual membership, is a clause that most customers probably miss. If cardholders have a problem with their account, American Express explains, the company “may elect to resolve any claim by individual arbitration.” Those nine words are at the center of a far-reaching power play orchestrated by American corporations, an investigation by The New York Times has found.
Wallhack! New see-through-wall scanner perfect for firefighters, smart homes… and the NSA? — RT News
The accuracy is astonishing. In a room of 15 people the device knows which specific person is moving 90 percent of the times. The movements themselves are rendered with fidelity – with even gestures of less than an inch being detected by the waves.
Search and recovery operations are underway after a passenger plane belonging to a small Russian airline, flying from the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh to St. Petersburg crashed over Sinai. There were 224 people on board.