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2011 is just part of the big picture

(12/11/11 9:14pm)

A lot happened this year. A gunman in Tucson, an act of God in the Pacific Rim, a single moment of defiance in Tunisia sparked a region wide uprising. A legend of innovation died, a legacy in Penn State College crumbled, political battles raged. An out-of-control actor started “winning,” a pair of 20-somethings tied the knot across the pond and a mastermind of terror met his maker. So much happened in 2011, yet oftentimes it felt like very little.

Online privacy concerns raised

(12/27/11 9:28pm)

Internet user privacy concerns are back in U.S. court again; the civil case revolves around little known tracking methods being used to gather users’ browsing histories, without their knowledge or consent, and potentially affects every Internet user. The lawsuit alleges KISSmetrics, a California based website analytics company, violated the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act, by intentionally exploiting user software to bypass browser security settings, with the intent of intercepting and disclosing user information. The class action lawsuit filed by the KamberLaw firm, in the U.S.

EMU bus efforts continue

(01/08/12 8:29pm)

The need for more parking is a frequent demand in automobile-dependent Southeast Michigan. Last year, newly elected Student Government President Jelani McGadney and Vice President Jeffrey Chicoine took a fresh approach to this demand: to offer EMU students, faculty and staff the chance to buy a discounted Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AATA) bus pass.