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Novice centrist predicted to face far-right leader in final round

Polls have closed in France's bitterly divisive presidential election. Early projections suggesting who may have made it through to the runoff are expected shortly.

GALLERY: What a French election vote looks like

France has voted in the first round of balloting for a new president following a divisive and unpredictable campaign that had 11 names on the ballot.

Trump, Dems and GOP all unpopular

A pair of polls released Sunday showed President Donald Trump approaching his 100th day in office with the lowest level of support any modern president.

Soldier's horror account: Taliban started firing at anyone who came in front of them

The crowd of soldiers barely had time to finish their prayers before the Taliban came to kill them.

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America's Most-Hated ISP Is Now Hated By Fewer People

"Comcast's customer service may actually be improving," writes an Oregon newspaper. An anonymous reader quotes their report: In the second year of Comcast's broad customer service overhaul, complaints to Oregon cable regulators are down 25%. They've also declined 40% since 2014. Complaints are falling nationally, too, according to the highly regarded American Customer Satisfaction Index. Its most recent report showed a surge in Comcast subscriber satisfaction... Two years ago, Comcast made Oregon the test bed for its customer service push, responding both to disparaging headlines and the prospect of growing competition from other telecom companies and from streaming video services. The company is adding Apple-style retail stores around the metro area and introduced innovations to help consumers understand what they're paying for and when technicians will arrive for service calls. It's rolling out new tools nationally to help them improve their home Wi-Fi, and diagnosing problems before customers call to complain... For example, if several subscribers in the same neighborhood use the company's tool for testing internet speeds, that triggers an alert at Comcast to look for a problem in the local network. The company redesigned its bills to make it clearer what customers subscribe to, and what it costs, in hopes of reducing confusion and calls. And Comcast has a robust social media presence, fielding complaints on Twitter. The article points out that Comcast's satisfaction scores are still below-average for cable TV providers, "and well below the median among internet service providers. And that's a low bar -- the telecom sector is among the most complained about under ACSI's rankings." Their figures show that the only ISPs in America with a lower score for customer satisfaction are Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable, and MediaCom.

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Flawed Online Tutorials Led To Vulnerabilities In Software

An anonymous reader quotes Help Net Security: Researchers from several German universities have checked the PHP codebases of over 64,000 projects on GitHub, and found 117 vulnerabilities that they believe have been introduced through the use of code from popular but insufficiently reviewed tutorials. The researchers identified popular tutorials by inputting search terms such as "mysql tutorial", "php search form", "javascript echo user input", etc. into Google Search. The first five results for each query were then manually reviewed and evaluated for SQLi and XSS vulnerabilities by following the Open Web Application Security Project's Guidelines. This resulted in the discovery of 9 tutorials containing vulnerable code (6 with SQLi, 3 with XSS). The researchers then checked for the code in GitHub repositories, and concluded that "there is a substantial, if not causal, link between insecure tutorials and web application vulnerabilities." Their paper is titled "Leveraging Flawed Tutorials for Seeding Large-Scale Web Vulnerability Discovery."

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'Detergent' Hydroxl Molecules May Affect Methane Levels In The Atmosphere

An anonymous reader quotes Caltech's announcement about the results of a study funded by NASA and the Department of Energy: During the early 2000s, environmental scientists studying methane emissions noticed something unexpected: the global concentrations of atmospheric methane -- which had increased for decades, driven by methane emissions from fossil fuels and agriculture -- inexplicably leveled off. The methane levels remained stable for a few years, then started rising again in 2007... New modeling by researchers at Caltech and Harvard University suggests that methane emissions might not have increased dramatically in 2007 after all. Instead, the most likely explanation has less to do with methane emissions and more to do with changes in the availability of the hydroxyl radical, which breaks down methane in the atmosphere... If global levels of hydroxyl decrease, global methane concentrations will increase -- even if methane emissions remain constant, the researchers say... Tracking decadal trends in both methane and hydroxyl, Christian Frankenberg and his colleagues noted that fluctuations in hydroxyl concentrations correlated strongly with fluctuations in methane... "Think of the atmosphere like a kitchen sink with the faucet running," Frankenberg explains. "When the water level inside the sink rises, that can mean that you've opened up the faucet more. Or it can mean that the drain is blocking up. You have to look at both." So what's changing the level of hydroxl in the atmosphere? The researchers say they have no idea.

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Pioneering Researchers Track Sudden Learning 'Epiphanies'

wisebabo quotes Science Daily: Until now, researchers had not had a good way to study how people actually experienced what is called "epiphany learning." In new research, scientists at The Ohio State University used eye-tracking and pupil dilation technology to see what happens as people figured out how to win a strategy game on a computer. "We could see our study participants figuring out the solution through their eye movements as they considered their options," said Ian Krajbich, co-author of the study and assistant professor of psychology and economics at Ohio State. "We could predict they were about to have an epiphany before they even knew it was coming." The original submission suggests, "This might be useful to determine when you are trying to teach a difficult subject to someone who you're afraid might be inclined to just nod their head. Or maybe this is how the Voight-Kampff test works. (Are you a replicant?)"

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CIA, FBI Launch Manhunt For WikiLeaks Source

An anonymous reader quotes CBS: CBS News has learned that a manhunt is underway for a traitor inside the Central Intelligence Agency. The CIA and FBI are conducting a joint investigation into one of the worst security breaches in CIA history, which exposed thousands of top-secret documents that described CIA tools used to penetrate smartphones, smart televisions and computer systems. Sources familiar with the investigation say it is looking for an insider -- either a CIA employee or contractor -- who had physical access to the material... Much of the material was classified and stored in a highly secure section of the intelligence agency, but sources say hundreds of people would have had access to the material. Investigators are going through those names. Homeland security expert Michael Greenberger told one CBS station that "My best guest is that when this is all said and done we're going to find out that this was done by a contractor, not by an employee of the CIA."

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南韓外交部分析指特朗普在北韓問題上進一步向中國施壓

南韓外交部分析,美國總統特朗普較早前在社交網站,指北韓正在「找麻煩」的留言,是要在朝鮮半島問題上,進一步向中國施壓。韓聯社引述南韓外交部人員的分析指,特朗普的留言證明美國政府高層清楚明白北韓核導彈問題的嚴重性、危險性和迫切性,並再次強調中國在解決這個問題上的重要性。報道又指,美軍早前攻擊敘利亞政府空軍基地後,特朗普恢復了作為軍方最高統帥的自信。美軍核動力航母「卡爾文森號」駛向朝鮮半島近海,反映美國試圖透過軍事手段,盡可能向中國及北韓施壓。

外交部就達賴到中印邊境爭議地區活動 提出嚴正交涉

在北京,外交部發言人陸慷表示,已經就西藏達賴喇嘛到中國與印度邊界東段爭議地區活動,提出嚴正交涉,並將採取進一步措施,維護中方領土主權和國家安全。陸慷在記者會說,印度不顧中方關切,執意安排達賴到有關地區活動,縱容他與印度個別官員,發表挑釁中方的政治言論,此行已超越印方所稱的宗教活動範疇,違背印度在涉藏問題上的鄭重承諾,對兩國通過談判妥善解決領土爭議,產生不利影響。陸慷說,中方要求印方從兩國和兩國人民根本利益出發,維護兩國關係發展的政治基礎,不得再採取損害邊界談判和兩國關係的挑釁做法,以實際行動維護中印關係的大局。

外交部就達賴到中印邊境爭議地區活動 提出嚴正交涉

在北京,外交部發言人陸慷表示,已經就西藏達賴喇嘛到中國與印度邊界東段爭議地區活動,提出嚴正交涉,並將採取進一步措施,維護中方領土主權和國家安全。陸慷在記者會說,印度不顧中方關切,執意安排達賴到有關地區活動,縱容他與印度個別官員,發表挑釁中方的政治言論,此行已超越印方所稱的宗教活動範疇,違背印度在涉藏問題上的鄭重承諾,對兩國通過談判妥善解決領土爭議,產生不利影響。陸慷說,中方要求印方從兩國和兩國人民根本利益出發,維護兩國關係發展的政治基礎,不得再採取損害邊界談判和兩國關係的挑釁做法,以實際行動維護中印關係的大局。

航空公司超賣機位 專家:乘客毫無權利可言

航空公司超賣機位 專家:乘客毫無權利可言. (法新社芝加哥11日電) 聯合航空(United Airlines)強拖乘客下機風波,讓超賣機位與趕客做法頓時成為焦點,航空公司依賴超賣避免乘客沒有出現產生的損失。專家說,對此乘客真的沒有什麼權利可言。 航空業分析師曼恩(Robert Mann)表示,如果要他們停止超賣機位,「為了試圖彌補長期累積的這類損失,唯一辦法就是調漲每個人的票價」。 ...


南韓檢方據報有意下周一正式起訴朴槿惠

韓聯社報道,南韓當局計劃下星期正式起訴前總統朴槿惠。檢察官員表示,最有可能在下星期一提出起訴。朴槿惠涉及受賄、濫權等罪名。她被拘留接近2星期,期間一直否認指控。

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