Marketplace Tech for Monday, December 8, 2014
Dec 8, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Monday, December 8, 2014

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First up, Roger Kay, founder and President of Endpoint Technologies Associates, Inc., joins us to talk about how foreign hackers—like, ostensibly, the hackers who took down Sony’s network—might leave digital fingerprints in their wake. And Will Oremus, senior technology writer at Slate.com, talks about how Facebook’s algorithms push news stories to users’ News Feeds … even if the stories being pushed are fake.


First up, Roger Kay, founder and President of Endpoint Technologies Associates, Inc., joins us to talk about how foreign hackers—like, ostensibly, the hackers who took down Sony’s network—might leave digital fingerprints in their wake. And Will Oremus, senior technology writer at Slate.com, talks about how Facebook’s algorithms push news stories to users’ News Feeds … even if the stories being pushed are fake.

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