In another cyber-attack Twitter and Financial Times (FT) website have reportedly been hacked. An online group called the Syrian Electronic Army supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had followed a phishing attack on Financial Times' mail accounts, Stuff.co.nz reports. According to the report, the hackers have taken control over Twitter account of a news organization where 200 million ...
Australian Test batsman David Warner may reportedly lose his place in the squad for the prestigious Ashes tour following his Twitter outburst. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Warner may now have to face a Cricket Australia code of behaviour hearing to explain why he should still be allowed on the upcoming Ashes series. Warner launched a blistering attack against two of the Australian ...
Australian Test batsmen David Warner is likely to be charged with detrimental public comment for his Twitter outburst under Cricket Australia's (CA) code of conduct, delivering a setback to his leadership aspirations. Condemning Warner, CA's high-performance chief Pat Howard had confirmed that Warner will be disciplined after using the social networking site to launch a savage attack on cricket ...
Cricket Australia (CA) is investigating a Twitter rant by cricketer David Warner, who launched a scathing attack on reputed Australian cricket writers Robert Craddock and Malcolm Conn. "CA is aware of comments made on David Warner's twitter account overnight. CA is attempting to contact Warner and will continue to investigate the matter. CA will make further comment once it has conducted a ...
Australian batsman David Warner is under investigation following comments on his Twitter account directed against two of the country's leading cricket writers. Photo by: Cameron ...
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SYDNEY (AFP) - Batsman David Warner was on Sunday reported for an alleged breach of Cricket Australia's code of conduct after a Twitter rant directed at two of the country's leading cricketing writers."Warner is alleged to have breached Rule 6: Unbecoming Behaviour, regarding comments posted on his Twitter account," Cricket Australia said in a statement.CA began investigating ...
Sun May 19, 2013 2:23am EDT May 19 (Reuters) - Australia opening batsman David Warner will face a disciplinary hearing for his Twitter outburst against two senior Australian cricket journalists, the country's cricket board said on Sunday. The flamboyant left-handed batsman criticised News Limited journalists Robert Craddock and Malcolm Conn in an expletive-filled tirade, which grabbed ...
After committing to Kansas on Tuesday, mega prospect Andrew Wiggins made a big mistake. He sat down in his coach's office, pulled out his cellphone and checked immediate Twitter reaction to his decision.Wiggins could be seen shaking his head and mumbling in disbelief as he read the ill wishes expressed by some fans of the losing schools in the recruiting race: Florida State, North Carolina ...
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Google files patent for 'Policy Violation Checker' tool to detect 'problematic' phrases in electronic correspondence
Google has reportedly filed a patent for a tool that will detect potentially problematic phrases, or words from electronic correspondence, which in turn, will help companies or individuals avoid lawsuits.
Like a spell checker that detects misspelled words and offers alternate spellings from its existing database, the tool, called 'Policy Violation Checker', will also offer alternative words or phrases that are 'less risky' from a database created by the user in accordance with the company's policy, the Huffington Post reports.
According to the report, Google's new tool will not only detect potentially problematic phrases but also inform the third party about the breach of policies in the particular document.
This technology will be applicable to electronic correspondence including e-mails, word documents, spreadsheets, presentations, etc. and can be customized to be run on any type of processing device like a computer, set-top box, mobile phone or other type of processing device.
According to the report, a 'problematic word or phrase' may denote some phrases or words from Google's database, which may potentially violate the protocols of the company.
However, Google indicates that this technology is of importance to business companies and domestic monitoring is not the intended motive of this tool. ...
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