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they alleged. But Sirisena’s Sri Lanka Freedom Party, The police’s criminal investigation department has been probing past allegations against military intelligence during Sri Lanka’s 26-year civil war, fell at his summer home and broke a bone in his neck but was doing OK, 2015 1:27 pm Former US President George HW bush Top News George H W Bush, 2017 8:21 am Donald Trump’s skepticism of some technology marks a sharp contrast from President Obama, and has received some of his daily security briefings on an iPad. Top News As Barack Obama began preparing to leave office the first smartphone-toting US president ordered his team to upgrade the White House’s aging technology for his successor New computers were purchased and faster internet was installed Not included in the modernization plans A courier service Watch What Else is Making News But that delivery method of a bygone era may be in for a comeback under Donald Trump Despite his voracious use of Twitter the president-elect appears to be leaning toward old tech to ensure the security of sensitive messages “It’s very important if you have something really important write it out and have it delivered by courier the old-fashioned way because I’ll tell you what no computer is safe” Trump told reporters Saturday in response to questions about Russia’s alleged hacking of Democrats during the presidential election Trump who doesn’t email or surf the internet said days earlier that computers “have complicated lives very greatly” Trump’s skepticism of some technology marks a sharp contrast from the president he’ll replace on Jan 20 Obama who was a youthful 47 years old when he took office carries a specially outfitted Blackberry emails with a small number of friends and aides and has received some of his daily security briefings on an iPad He celebrated technological innovations at an annual science fair created the job of chief technology officer in the White House and viewed technology as key to making the sprawling federal government more efficient and responsive to the public A much less frequent Twitter user than Trump Obama let loose Sunday with a volley of tweets highlighting some of his accomplishments as president: boosting clean energy bringing troops home delivering “the longest streak of job growth in our history” passing a law to make health care affordable reducing dependence on foreign oil and working “to reaffirm that all are created equal” President Barack Obama meets with President-elect Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington Trump’s skepticism of technology marks a sharp contrast from Obama whom he’ll replace on Jan 20 (Source: AP) But technology has also been a burden for Obama Online sign-ups for his health care law were crippled by massive technical issues resulting in one of the most embarrassing episodes of his presidency National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden stole classified information that he leaked to journalists revealing the Obama administration’s bulk collection of millions of Americans’ phone records as well as US spying on some friendly foreign leaders Trump 70 rarely uses a computer and sifts through stacks of newspapers magazines and printed articles to read the news He panned candidates’ reliance on data and technology in presidential campaigns preferring to make decisions in part based on the reaction from audiences at his rallies While Trump’s tweetstorms are already legendary he utters some of his messages out loud and leaves the actual typing to aides Incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer said he expects Trump to continue using Twitter and other social media sites as president casting it as an effective way to communicate with Americans “Absolutely you’re going to see Twitter” Spicer said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” “I think it freaks the mainstream media out that he has this following of 45-plus million people that follow him on social media” and he “can have a direct conversation” with them Trump has shown some interest in technology since winning the White House Billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel has been working with Trump’s transition team and could serve as an adviser to the administration Trump met with several Silicon Valley executives last month telling them his administration was “here to help you folks do well” As Trump heads into the White House some of the biggest questions surrounding his relationship with technology will involve security US intelligence agencies say Russia hacked the Democratic National Committee and a top aide to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton during the election exposing the vulnerabilities of systems in Washington Revelations that Clinton used a personal email and private internet server during her four years as Obama’s secretary of state highlighted the lax practices that exist in government As a candidate Trump called for an immediate review of US cyber defenses and vulnerabilities though he has not detailed specific steps he plans to take to bolster cybersecurity and has not publicly accepted the intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia was behind the election year hacking Nor has Trump outlined any changes in the way he expects the White House to use technology for day-to-day work Bruce Schneier a technology security expert said Trump was right to question the safeguards that exist for protecting his own communications as president “If the Russian spies want to get at his data no computer is probably safe” said Schneier a fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government “Everything is vulnerable” Of course the courier system Trump suggests is hardly foolproof either After the US killed 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden administration officials said they had gleaned crucial information on his whereabouts by tracking the al-Qaida leader’s courier For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newstoo, As for Garima, Trains also get delayed owing to breakdown of OHE wire.

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