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London Crossrail Dig Unearths Buried History (PHOTOS)

Most of them will, of necessity, be reburied anonymously. But Carver holds out hope that research may be able to identify some individuals. The Bedlam graveyard is known to contain the remains of several prominent people, including Robert Lockyer, a member of an egalitarian 17th-century political movement online known as the Levelers. Lockyer was executed by firing squad at St. Paul's Cathedral after leading an army mutiny in 1649 before being buried at Bedlam. "If you find someone who's been executed with a musket, that's going to leave some kind http://maibrokcartehit.webs.com/apps/blog/show/30478319-while-valentine-s-day-and-president-s-day-might-be-the-most-popular-there-are-plenty-of-other-february-holidays-to-choose-from- of damage," Carver said. "It would be quite exciting if we could identify someone in that way." ___ Jill Lawless can be reached at http://Twitter.com/JillLawless Also on HuffPost: Loading Slideshow Woolly Mammoth Uncovered In Siberia Goes On Display In Japan An extraordinarily well-preserved woolly mammoth uncovered in Siberia was revealed to the public for the first time this week in Japan.
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London Asks Company To Stop Monitoring Foot Traffic By Tracking Smartphones Of Passers-By

He has to perform, but he doesn't have to look over his shoulders,'' London said of the 6-foot-2, 200-pound Watford. Watford was listed as the Cavaliers' No. 1 quarterback after spring practice, and his experience and mobility as a duel-threat were factors in the decision. London said Watford also received the most votes when the Cavaliers did balloting to pick members of the team's leadership counsel for this season. "I think that's part of it,'' he said of Watford's mobility, noting that the offense being installed does provide opportunities for the quarterback to run. "That's a skill set that he has.'' Lambert, a classis drop-back passer, has never appeared in a college game. http://bloggd.org/blog/v/1KQ/The+Chilling+History+of+How+Hollywood+Helped+Hitler+%28Exclusive%29 Rocco started eight games and Sims http://wilmerunag.jigsy.com/entries/general/holly-madison-by-breaking-up-with-hugh-hefner-shook-up-the-preconceived-notion-that-all-of-the-playboy-girlfriends-are-opportunist-gold-diggers four last season, when Virginia finished 4-8.
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"We have already asked the firm concerned to stop this data collection immediately and we have also taken the issue to the Information Commissioner's Office." Renew installed its high-tech recycling bins around London during last year's Olympic Games. The "pods" are bomb-proof and wi-fi-enabled and have digital screens showing real-time financial information, adverts and local information. They company hopes to expand to other cities including New York, Dubai and Rio de Janeiro, which is hosting the 2016 Olympics. This summer, the firm began testing if the pods could collect data from smartphones, and during one week in June registered more than half a million unique devices. It recorded the brand and also hopes to map footfall around specific areas, which it said "provides an unparalleled insight into the past behaviour of unique devices - entry/exit points, dwell times (time spent in a location), places of work, places of interest, and affinity to other devices". However, Memari said this was still in the future, telling AFP: "The implications of where this technology could go, got a lot more exciting than actually what our trial was." He compared the technology to websites which count the number of hits or unique visitors -- they provide a measure of use but do not know who those people are.
More: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/08/12/london-concerned-over-trash-cans-collecting-smartphone-data/

London concerned over trash cans collecting smartphone data

Privacy advocates are calling out the campaign for being intrusive, as the technology taps into personal devices of anyone walking by, whether theyre aware of it or not. But Renew Londons CEO says the tracking devices are more like how web pages monitor traffic, as the technology only recorded extremely limited, encrypted, aggregated and anonymised data to monitor local footfall. Basically, theyre glorified people-counters, he insisted to the BBC , saying the company doesnt hold on to any personal info about the owners of the phones. That opens the door for more capabilities in the future, but he said the public would be warned of that first. Currently the devices log media access control (MAC) addresses of individual smartphones, which each carry a unique code. Irrespective of whats technically possible, anything that happens like this on the streets needs to be done carefully, with the backing of an informed public, said a spokesman for the City of London Corporation.
More: http://consumerist.com/2013/08/12/london-asks-company-to-stop-monitoring-foot-traffic-by-tracking-smartphones-of-passers-by/