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“DoT Refreshes Rule Book to Include Self-Driving Cars” plus 2 more TechNewsWorld

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“DoT Refreshes Rule Book to Include Self-Driving Cars” plus 2 more TechNewsWorld


DoT Refreshes Rule Book to Include Self-Driving Cars

Posted: 20 Sep 2016 02:31 PM PDT

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx on Tuesday introduced new federal guidelines for the emerging highly automated vehicle industry -- including self-driving and semi-autonomous vehicles -- creating a framework that will help drive one of the most important new sectors in the national economy. Foxx, joined by Mark Rosekind, administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, outlined the framework that will form new federal regulations to govern how the self-driving industry goes forward.

Congress to Bureaucrats: Trust No One

Posted: 20 Sep 2016 11:37 AM PDT

Congress earlier this month lowered the hammer on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in a report on the massive data breach that resulted in the theft of 4.2 million former and current government employees' personnel files, as well as 21.5 million individuals' security clearance information, including fingerprints associated with 5.6 million of them. "The lax state of OPM's information security left the agency's information systems exposed for any experienced hacker to infiltrate and compromise," notes the report.

Parsix Normalizes GNOME

Posted: 20 Sep 2016 05:00 AM PDT

Parsix is a feature-rich distro that will delight GNOME desktop users looking for a well-tweaked user experience. It offers a well-oiled, single track Linux desktop operating system. It has no distractions from multiple desktop options. It provides one of the best integrations of the latest GNOME desktop available. Parsix has been around since at least 2007. Along the way, it built a reputation for dependability. It offers a very solid stability of Debian with a hefty mix of desktop performance for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

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