Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, July 23 2014
Jul 23, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, July 23 2014

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It may surprise you to know that Blockbuster stores are still alive and well… in Mexico. That’s because so few Mexicans have an internet connection. Jeff Tyler explores Neflix’s new “gift card” strategy to take over the Mexican market, and further international expansion. Then, Dan Clements, president of IntelCrawler, talks about malware and cyber-theft within Iraq. Finally, Molly Wood, New York Times Tech Columnist, stops by to discuss easy encryption and whether or not people should encrypt ordinary emails.

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In search of better email encryption

Jul 23, 2014
Making email encryption more user friendly

It may surprise you to know that Blockbuster stores are still alive and well… in Mexico. That’s because so few Mexicans have an internet connection. Jeff Tyler explores Neflix’s new “gift card” strategy to take over the Mexican market, and further international expansion. Then, Dan Clements, president of IntelCrawler, talks about malware and cyber-theft within Iraq. Finally, Molly Wood, New York Times Tech Columnist, stops by to discuss easy encryption and whether or not people should encrypt ordinary emails.

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