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Purple Living Room Interior Design Ideas: Homely Heathers. Within the mid-tone ranges of purple heather sit comfortably in the middle of the red warm tones and cool blue tones. Heather (the plant) is associated with good luck and admiration, and this can be equated into your living room décor.

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

"Terminator 2: Judgement Day" > 1991 > Directed by: James Cameron > Science Fiction / Sci-Fi Action

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Eric Schmitt bronze and slate coffee table for Ralph Pucci | Exlusive Design | Exclusive furniture | www.bocadolobo.com

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from THE POLICY THINKSHOP "Think Together"

Surveillance: The government isn’t spying on us; Google is spying on us, and the government is asking Google for certain results.

Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, wrestles with the distinction between privacy and anonymity. "Privacy is incredibly important. Privacy is not the same thing as anonymity. It's very important that Google and everyone else respects people's privacy. People have a right to privacy; it's natural; it's normal. It's the right way to do things." Speaking on CNBC and on page 185 of the book, "Are you naked online? Protecting Your Internet Identity" by Ted Claypoole and Theresa Payton. Boycott Google!

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Google chairmain won't 'pass judgement' on government spying

Google chairmain won't 'pass judgement' on government spying | Google's Eric Schmidt says 'it's the nature of our society' for spying, like we've seen at the NSA, to take place. Buying advice from the leading technology site

How Google Works -- good storytelling / presentation

from Telegraph.co.uk

Eric Schmidt interview: 'You have to fight for your privacy or you will lose it'

Eric Schmidt on privacy and his view on how Google can help the world

from VentureBeat

Check out Eric Schmidt’s must-see Mobile World Congress keynote

Eric Schmidt’s must-see Mobile World Congress keynote

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516 Algo Updates Divulged in Congress by Eric Schmidt

from TechRadar

Google admits Android security flaw, fixing it

Google admits Android security flaw, fixing it | Google has acknowledged a security flaw in its Android operating system and is working on an instant fix for the problem. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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