Daily Archive: Friday, January 27, 2017

Mozilla delivers browsing privacy to millions of Firefox users

[ad_1] Firefox 32 includes public key pinning, fixes critical vulnerabilities Mozilla’s contribution to Data Privacy Day 2017 centers on its privacy browser Firefox Focus is now available for iOS in 27 languages benefitting millions of users worldwide. The company said this launch is part of its on-going campaign to give users more control over their

Pence fires up anti-abortion activists in Washington march | Reuters

[ad_1] By Ian Simpson | WASHINGTON WASHINGTON U.S. Vice President Mike Pence fired up tens of thousands of anti-abortion activists who gathered on Friday for the 44th March for Life, celebrating a political shift in their favor with the election of President Donald Trump. “Life is winning again in America,” Pence told the demonstrators on

Becoming a Physician Requires a Peripheral Brain

[ad_1] It is very difficult to become a medical doctor. First, you have to go to college and take the necessary prerequisites. These prerequisites include chemistry, physics, organic chemistry, and English. Many medical schools, but not all, require calculus; none of these are “easy A’s”. It is no longer necessary to get an undergraduate degree