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5 Dec, 2014 08:16

​Schneier on internet safety; Heinberg says ‘oil price decline is temporary’

ECB policy makers will wait until early next year before assessing if additional stimulus is needed…putting an end to speculation that the central bank was poised to start another round of quantitative easing. Erin weighs in. Richard Heinberg, senior fellow at the Post Carbon Institute, is skeptical that the downdraft in oil prices will be long-lived. RT’s Lindsay France talks about Apple’s recently-approved patent that will make your iPhone fall like a cat! Bruce Schneier, noted cryptologist and fellow at the Berman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, tells us how to protect our Wi-Fi connection in public and prevent ISPs from tracking our mobile internet use. And in the Big Deal, Erin and Edward Harrison sift through major tech stories of the day, including Amazon, Apple, and bitcoin.