Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Sep 3, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, September 3, 2014

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First up, Brian Krebs, from Krebs on Security, joins us to talk about the alleged Home Depot hack. Then, Nancy La Vigne, director of the Justice Policy Center at the Urban Institute, stops by to chat about a study coming out tomorrow that used gunshot detection technology to measure gun violence near schools in Washington DC. Last up, Courtney Young, President of the American Libraries Association, on how technology is changing libraries.

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How tech is changing reading at libraries

Sep 3, 2014
A conversation with Courtney Young, president of the American Library Association.

State governments experiment with cloud computing

Sep 3, 2014
While many states are looking into the cloud, officials worry about privacy laws.

First up, Brian Krebs, from Krebs on Security, joins us to talk about the alleged Home Depot hack. Then, Nancy La Vigne, director of the Justice Policy Center at the Urban Institute, stops by to chat about a study coming out tomorrow that used gunshot detection technology to measure gun violence near schools in Washington DC. Last up, Courtney Young, President of the American Libraries Association, on how technology is changing libraries.

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