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MarineTraffic is the world’s leading provider of ship tracking and maritime intelligence

MarineTraffic: “Monitoring vessel movements is at the core of what we do. Building on a base of data gathered from our network of coastal AIS-receiving stations, supplemented by satellite receivers, we apply algorithms and integrate complementary data sources to provide … Continue reading

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United States published patent application 20190050629, SELECTIVE IDENTITY RECOGNITION UTILIZING OBJECT TRACKING

The background section of the Amazon application states Multimedia content such as video content is used in multiple settings and presents many difficult challenges in the context of video processing, such as recognizing and identifying objects moving through the multimedia … Continue reading

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The Federal Government Offers a Case Study in Bad Email Tracking

EFF: “The U.S. government sends a lot of emails. Like any large, modern organization, it wants to “optimize” for “user engagement” using “analytics” and “big data.” In practice, that means tracking the people it communicates with—secretly, thoroughly, and often, insecurely. … Continue reading

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Tracking ETPs suspended over worries about market confusion

By Mark S. Nelson, J.D. The SEC issued a trading suspension order over the past weekend for a pair of virtual currency tracking exchange traded products (ETPs). Bitcoin Tracker One and Ether Tracker One, issued by Swedish firm XBT Provider … Continue reading

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Bloomberg Tracking Pharmaceutical Prices

One way the Trump Administration appears to attempt to control drug prices is through use of the “bully pulpit.”  Wikipedia states that the “bully pulpit”: “is a conspicuous position that provides an opportunity to speak out and be listened to. … Continue reading

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