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The Federal Bureau of Investigation has accused the government of North Korea of perpetrating cyber attacks on Sony Pictures Entertainment, making it one of the most important cybersecurity incidents in recent years, according to Indiana University Maurer School of Law Professor David P. Fidler.
Indiana University Vice President for Research Jorge Jose will step down from his position as IU's top research administrator when his five-year appointment ends July 31, 2015, the university has announced.
For two Indiana University professors, the trend toward pervasive, automatic image capturing in public by new lifelogging technologies raises important questions about privacy, surveillance and the use of technical data derived from those images.