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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2014-09-03

In this issue:  The iCloud photo leak, Ebola breakthrough,
and retiring overseas.

Fast Company discusses the celeb photo leak.  Is using
iCloud safe?  Right now, the safest way to send a salacious
photo is to literally never take one.  Security is still not
a top priority for everyone from established Fortune 500
companies to new and trendy startups.  It is an afterthought.

  Real-Time Predictive Coding

---Disaster Recovery---
HBS Working Knowledge describes how Harvard Business School
students make an annual trek to businesses in the Japanese
area wrecked by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami to learn
about disaster recovery.

In the hunt for a treatment for Ebola, a new study has shown
that monkeys given the experimental drug ZMapp all survived
infection with the virus, according to Chemistry World.
Information Today says the National Library of Medicine has
launched an Ebola resources webpage.  The webpage will help
organizations and individuals who are working to combat the
virus in West Africa or those who are friends and family of
people in the affected region.

Registered Rep. looks at seven apps to help you unplug.

Registered Rep. reviews a book called The International
Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget.

Sports Central has some final college football preseason
Sports Central pokes fun at the NFL, Tiger Woods, and the
Little League World Series.