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SSS 2008-08-18

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This is Scientific American 60-second Science. I am Steve Mirsky. Got a few minutes? Today we have a special edition featuring a brief interview with Scientific American’s Larry Greenemeier.

 

So, Larry, who’s..who’s the fan of our video right now?

 

Well aye, I can tell you but I ( you’re not going tell me?)..isn’t that right? or have to write about it.

 

You have to write about four hour, special privacy of your package.

 

Absolutely.

 

Ay, which is the this wept package goes along with our single top issue? This issue of magazine

 

Yeap.

 

So, seriously, are there people just right now who are, you know, either randomly1 or on purpose looking into some mine stuff or any other listeners’ stuff?

 

Well, that depends upon what you do, how you spend your time. A lot of these days has to do with where were going on the web, people are tracking the sites that you go to, and how much time you spending there. That’s all through internet service providers. We don’t get into that too much in the package but that is most likely some of them wacker types of things are, you know, phone tapping, surveillance cameras and I doubt anyone following you around with the surveillance camera.

 

But I just look behind it. Um, when they are looking what I am doing on the web? Is that for some kind of security purpose or it’s just business try to figure out what up to, so they can try to sell me more stuff?

 

Yeah, that’s a good point. Really a lot has to do with selling ads online. And best way to sell ads is to know exactly who you are advertising2 into, or companies who will buy your information. And use that, sell that to advertisers. So that’s probably the most common form of spy if you build that pipler have to deal with.

 

Let’s talk about some of the big issue in computer security right now because, you know, everybody’s nightmare is identity theft. What’s going on to both make that big problem and hopefully fight against it?

 

Well, making it..what’s making it a bigger problem actually is something I hadn’t really heard about it until I spoke3 with doctor Herbert Thompson news writing a column for the package. He pointed4 out that: since social network sites become so popular, people are randomly filling in the profile with all kinds of informations about themselves. Then they, you know, you do without realise, you know, you are putting into the information about your pat, your family, and what’s you did, what’s you like to do, your hobbies. And his point was that: there are people out there who can piece together the puzzle and figure out how to answer questions such as last time you forgot your passport, your bank said: what’s your pet name or what’s your favorite movie. And you sign those things up when you sign off those account, so you know the answer thinking that most other people wouldn’t, but that’s not necessarily the case. And that’s one of the points he brought up.

 

So, just voluntarily indulge in personal information is probably a bad idea.

 

Well, that’s..that’s the thing. So do we stop going on social network sites? Do we stop signing up for online banking5 or getting movie tickets online because when you sign up things they wanted information. You don’t really get services online without giving them something in return. And that’s really the issue, that’s, there is no real answer right now, it’s just something that people individually have to decide.

 

Is there different expectation of privacy that’s kind of involve since the internet became what it is today?

 

I think for younger people who are most involved in social networking, there is no expectation of privacy.

 

None ?

 

Right. So, um, and I think some of the older generations to resist doing everything online, do that, it’s someone because they don’t know the technology that well, but also because they’re not taught or are they, I should say, they were taught not to give too much information about themselves(Right, right.), different mind sets.

 

Let’s talk a little bit about cyber warfare6, I mean, there are people out there who are trying to take down the internet, spread deadly virus, just because they has a little cause.

 

Yeah, absolutely, that’s..there are couple of different aspects. There are the attacks from one country against another, which happened most prominently when Stony7 was in attack. There are countries that’s since the Soviet8 Union left. They’ve been highly tiled as very techonology advanced country, and they came back to get them because someone in the accusation9 is appointed to Russia was not been approved. Somebody took down the network with denial services attack which mean bascially sent a bunch of junk data doesn’t mean anything, but they clogged10 up the network., it takes everything down. So there is this idea cyber warfare, it’s also the idea of cyber terrorism which could be as straightforward11 as recruiting terrorists online. There are websites that doing that, and there are sites that, well, um, organise12 group of terrorists. There are also sites where you can buy um marijuana, viruses that’s sort of thing. So even you don’t know how to write them, you can use them against people. You know, you don’t have to, it’s sort of buying package the online weapons. So this lots of different aspects too. Some visits it’s, you know, might be in some circumstances, be considered warfare, you know, they concern is that the somebody taking over network and you know, military operation is interrupted because they are not able to communicate that’s sort of thing. And some visits is for a cause, not necessarily state sponsored cause, maybe a religious cause or some other cause.

 

I’d like to see the guy who is gonna pay back credit cards for free package mailware.

 

Yes, I wouldn’t that myself, I actually heard that there was one site that offered for volunteer if they didn’t work, they would..they would, I don’t know, send to you or another.

 

Those works we were clear are your bank guarantee?

 

Yes, money bank guarantee.

 

So, we have well interesting slide show in the package?

 

Yeah, there’s gonna be couple of slide shows. Both of them around survelliance equipments. One of them is more contemporary technology, it’s kinda thing you might see them at streets like those survelliance cameras at corners attached buildings. And we have another slide show that highlights lots of cold war spy technology, and these were lots of things that the State Department piced up over the past of forty years or fifty years, um, just form countries most of them are the Soviet Union spy on embassy around the world. So they’re pretty cool.

 

What are couple of cools in there?

 

There is a suitcase that filled with listening gear so that could carry around without noticing, very James Bond.

 

Right, the suitcase camera is always a big favorite.

 

Yeah, absolutely.

 

So how could people find package gizzly?

 

Go to the main page, you’ ll see all kinds of pointers to different stories are there, at least none of original pieces content we’ve been working on them past several years dealing13 with security of pricacy. One of the wondering pieces I were doing is on evolding, problem that would be upcoming election we’ll have to deal with and that is, that after 2000, lots of states, counties invested in touch screen electronic vaulting14 technology and it hasn’t really worked advertised. So there’s gonna be story in the package that deals with. Ohio particular has lawsuit15 against one of the providers, that provider re-suing Ohio. And it’s none of these gonna be resolved by November of 2008. But for that reason, we’re gonna be seen a lot of paper amounts.

 

So we’re definitely be seen stories on electronic day about computer problems promoting.

 

Hopefully we won’t, ‘cause we don’t expected to be because they didn’t know about the problems not mean they didn’t exit.
 


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1 randomly cktzBM     
adv.随便地,未加计划地
参考例句:
  • Within the hot gas chamber, molecules are moving randomly in all directions. 在灼热的气体燃烧室内,分子在各个方向上作无规运动。 来自辞典例句
  • Transformed cells are loosely attached, rounded and randomly oriented. 转化细胞则不大贴壁、圆缩并呈杂乱分布。 来自辞典例句
2 advertising 1zjzi3     
n.广告业;广告活动 a.广告的;广告业务的
参考例句:
  • Can you give me any advice on getting into advertising? 你能指点我如何涉足广告业吗?
  • The advertising campaign is aimed primarily at young people. 这个广告宣传运动主要是针对年轻人的。
3 spoke XryyC     
n.(车轮的)辐条;轮辐;破坏某人的计划;阻挠某人的行动 v.讲,谈(speak的过去式);说;演说;从某种观点来说
参考例句:
  • They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.他们的轮辐螺帽是从我们公司获得的。
  • The spokes of a wheel are the bars that connect the outer ring to the centre.辐条是轮子上连接外圈与中心的条棒。
4 pointed Il8zB4     
adj.尖的,直截了当的
参考例句:
  • He gave me a very sharp pointed pencil.他给我一支削得非常尖的铅笔。
  • She wished to show Mrs.John Dashwood by this pointed invitation to her brother.她想通过对达茨伍德夫人提出直截了当的邀请向她的哥哥表示出来。
5 banking aySz20     
n.银行业,银行学,金融业
参考例句:
  • John is launching his son on a career in banking.约翰打算让儿子在银行界谋一个新职位。
  • He possesses an extensive knowledge of banking.他具有广博的银行业务知识。
6 warfare XhVwZ     
n.战争(状态);斗争;冲突
参考例句:
  • He addressed the audience on the subject of atomic warfare.他向听众演讲有关原子战争的问题。
  • Their struggle consists mainly in peasant guerrilla warfare.他们的斗争主要是农民游击战。
7 stony qu1wX     
adj.石头的,多石头的,冷酷的,无情的
参考例句:
  • The ground is too dry and stony.这块地太干,而且布满了石头。
  • He listened to her story with a stony expression.他带着冷漠的表情听她讲经历。
8 Soviet Sw9wR     
adj.苏联的,苏维埃的;n.苏维埃
参考例句:
  • Zhukov was a marshal of the former Soviet Union.朱可夫是前苏联的一位元帅。
  • Germany began to attack the Soviet Union in 1941.德国在1941年开始进攻苏联。
9 accusation GJpyf     
n.控告,指责,谴责
参考例句:
  • I was furious at his making such an accusation.我对他的这种责备非常气愤。
  • She knew that no one would believe her accusation.她知道没人会相信她的指控。
10 clogged 0927b23da82f60cf3d3f2864c1fbc146     
(使)阻碍( clog的过去式和过去分词 ); 淤滞
参考例句:
  • The narrow streets were clogged with traffic. 狭窄的街道上交通堵塞。
  • The intake of gasoline was stopped by a clogged fuel line. 汽油的注入由于管道阻塞而停止了。
11 straightforward fFfyA     
adj.正直的,坦率的;易懂的,简单的
参考例句:
  • A straightforward talk is better than a flowery speech.巧言不如直说。
  • I must insist on your giving me a straightforward answer.我一定要你给我一个直截了当的回答。
12 organise organise     
vt.组织,安排,筹办
参考例句:
  • He has the ability to organise.他很有组织才能。
  • It's my job to organise all the ceremonial events.由我来组织所有的仪式。
13 dealing NvjzWP     
n.经商方法,待人态度
参考例句:
  • This store has an excellent reputation for fair dealing.该商店因买卖公道而享有极高的声誉。
  • His fair dealing earned our confidence.他的诚实的行为获得我们的信任。
14 vaulting d6beb2dc838180d7d10c4f3f14b1fb72     
n.(天花板或屋顶的)拱形结构
参考例句:
  • The vaulting horse is a difficult piece of apparatus to master. 鞍马是很难掌握的器械。
  • Sallie won the pole vaulting. 莎莉撑杆跳获胜。
15 lawsuit A14xy     
n.诉讼,控诉
参考例句:
  • They threatened him with a lawsuit.他们以诉讼威逼他。
  • He was perpetually involving himself in this long lawsuit.他使自己无休止地卷入这场长时间的诉讼。
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