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(ISNS) -- Using the microphones and speakers that come standard in many of today's laptop computers and mobile devices, hackers can secretly transmit and receive data using high-frequency audio signals that are mostly inaudible to human ears, a new study shows.
[Breaking] Hangzou H7N9 Outbreak Also Likely Hospital Acquired
The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, seems to be a system foreign to the Chinese public health outlets, as we never get all three facets of the truth from them at the same time. It seems to us that Chinese have been molding information releases, possibly to control societal angst
The case of the Zhejiang cluster also seems to fit that disclosure pattern. On December 1st we noted that there were possibly two H7N9 cases in Zhejiang, on December 6 the Chinese announced that there was a 2nd case and that he was a relative of the first case.
At that time, the authorities played down the human to human transmission aspect and pointed towards the 6 chickens owned by the family. Today we find out that the 2nd H7N9 patient was the stepson of the 1st H7N9 patient and did NOT live with him. But rather, the stepson only had direct contact with the stepfather AFTER he started looking after him at the hospital.
By Stefan Steinberg
10 December 2013
After a large demonstration on Sunday demanding the ouster of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich, the situation remained extremely tense on Monday in Kiev. While a few thousand demonstrators stayed in the city centre to block government buildings, police and elite security forces surrounded them and threatened to remove them.
The government has set an ultimatum to demonstrators expiring at midnight, at which time all occupied buildings are supposed to be vacated.
Russia' Itar-Tass agency reported that around 6,000 security personnel had moved into Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square), where demonstrators had gathered and cordoned off the square with barricades.
Retired Chinese diplomat Sha Zukang has called on the US, Japan and China to avoid a major conflict in the Asia-Pacific region over "those two tiny rocks" in the East China Sea.
The former Chinese ambassador to the UN was referring to the tensions after China announced a new Air Defense Identification Zone over the disputed islands in the East China Sea, the China Times reported.
Washington and its ally in the region Tokyo both strongly criticized Beijing' decision.
"If China started a war with Japan, it would be much larger than both the Sino-Japanese War and World War II," Sha told China' outlet the Global Times.
CHINA - A 30-year-old man was confirmed to have been infected with the H7N9 bird flu virus in east China's Zhejiang province, local health authorities said Friday.
The patient, surnamed Yu, is a native of Anji county, Zhejiang. He is being treated at the First Hospital affiliated with the Medical College of Zhejiang University, said the provincial health department.
He is in critical condition with a fever of 39.5 degrees Celsius, said Liang Weifeng, a doctor with the hospital.
Not limiting their activities to the earthly realm, American and British spies have infiltrated the fantasy worlds of World of Warcraft and Second Life, conducting surveillance and scooping up data in the online games played by millions of people across the globe, according to newly disclosed classified documents.
Fearing that terrorist or criminal networks could use the games to communicate secretly, move money or plot attacks, the documents show, intelligence operatives have entered terrain populated by digital avatars that include elves, gnomes and supermodels.
The spies have created make-believe characters to snoop and to try to recruit informers, while also collecting data and contents of communications between players, according to the documents, disclosed by the former National Security Agency contractor Edward J. Snowden. Because militants often rely on features common to video games - fake identities, voice and text chats, a way to conduct financial transactions - American and British intelligence agencies worried that they might be operating there, according to the papers.