Internet. Ray Tomlinson, email inventor and selector of @ symbol, dies aged 74

ARPANET. Ray Tomlinson, the inventor of email and the man who picked the @ symbol for addresses, has died aged 74.

“A true technology pioneer, Ray was the man who brought us email in the early days of networked computers,” Raytheon spokesman Mike Doble said in a statement confirming his death.

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Finance. Bitcoin’s Creator Satoshi Nakamoto Is Probably This Unknown Australian Genius

EVEN AS HIS face towered 10 feet above the crowd at the Bitcoin Investor’s Conference in Las Vegas, Craig Steven Wright was, to most of the audience of crypto and finance geeks, a nobody.

Surveillance. La mort définitive de la vie privée sur Internet

VIE PRIVEE. François Hollande a annoncé l’application de l’état d’urgence aux évolutions technologiques et plusieurs adaptations de la nouvelle loi sur le renseignement. Autant de mesures qui portent un coup fatal aux libertés fondamentales, selon ce journaliste suisse.


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