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LIBYA-SECURITY/FRONTIER
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October 12, 2014 
A Libyan passport officer holds a Libyan passport in a customs office at Libya's main border crossing... 
Musaid, Libya 
A Libyan passport officer holds a Libyan passport in a customs office at Libya's main border crossing... 
A Libyan passport officer holds a Libyan passport in a customs office at Libya's main border crossing with Egypt, in Musaid September 25, 2014. Up to 500 people a day, or between 100 and 150 vehicles, cross at the border post, a complex of rundown buildings with bullet holes in the walls from the 2011 uprising. Libyan passport officers carry out visa checks on laptops without a live connection to the interior ministry database. But even internet access would make little difference controlling the porous frontier, where people seem to cross as they please. Picture taken September 25, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS) 
HONGKONG-CHINA/ACADEMICS
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September 30, 2014 
Academic Joseph Cheng attends a news conference on pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong August 31, 2014.... 
Hong Kong, China 
Academic Joseph Cheng attends a news conference on pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong 
Academic Joseph Cheng attends a news conference on pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong August 31, 2014. Some academics, including Cheng, at the forefront of Hong Kong's fight for more democracy say they have become targets of death threats or other intimidation as the former British colony remains near-paralysed by the biggest protests since it returned to Chinese rule in 1997. Cheng, a political science professor at City of Hong Kong University, told Reuters his computer has been hacked, his access to databases and relationships with mainland academics has deteriorated and he has struggled to obtain research funding. Pro-Beijing groups had stormed his lectures, urged the city's anti-graft agency to investigate him and harassed him outside his home, he said, adding that his wife had also been followed. None of the academics in Hong Kong has lost their jobs, suggesting that academic freedom, in its strictest sense, remains intact. Picture taken August 31, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
Technology
Technology 
eBay Hacked - 22 May 2014 
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INDIA/
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February 28, 2013 
An operator works on his table while enrolling villagers for the Unique Identification (UID) database... 
MERTA, India 
An operator works on his table while enrolling villagers for the Unique Identification (UID) database... 
An operator works on his table while enrolling villagers for the Unique Identification (UID) database system at an enrolment centre at Merta district in the desert Indian state of Rajasthan February 21, 2013. In a more ambitious version of programmes that have slashed poverty in Brazil and Mexico, the Indian government has begun to use the UID database, known as Aadhaar, to make direct cash transfers to the poor, in an attempt to cut out frauds who siphon billions of dollars from welfare schemes. Picture taken February 21, 2013. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS) 
SEC/INVESTIGATIONS
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July 27, 2011 
Workers sit in a new U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission workspace for investigators with their recently-created... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS 
Workers sit in a new U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission workspace for investigators with their recently-created Office of Market Intelligence, where they will be able to watch market traffic on computer terminals at SEC headquarters in Washington, June 24, 2011. The database is emerging alongside a new program by the FBI's criminal profiling group in Quantico, Virginia, that is creating a series of behavioral composites to help agents investigate white collar crime. The more systematic approach by the SEC and FBI comes in response to the growth and complexity of financial crimes in recent years. Picture taken June 24, 2011. To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS) 
SEC/INVESTIGATIONS
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July 27, 2011 
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is outfitting a workspace for investigators with their new... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS 
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is outfitting a workspace for investigators with their new Office of Market Intelligence, where they will be able to watch market traffic on computer terminals at SEC headquarters in Washington, June 24, 2011. The database is emerging alongside a new program by the FBI's criminal profiling group in Quantico, Virginia, that is creating a series of behavioral composites to help agents investigate white collar crime. The more systematic approach by the SEC and FBI comes in response to the growth and complexity of financial crimes in recent years. Picture taken June 24, 2011. To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS) 
SEC/INVESTIGATIONS
RTR2PCBV 
July 27, 2011 
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is creating a workspace for investigators with their new... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS 
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is creating a workspace for investigators with their new Office of Market Intelligence, where they will be able to watch market traffic on computer terminals at SEC headquarters in Washington, June 24, 2011. The database is emerging alongside a new program by the FBI's criminal profiling group in Quantico, Virginia, that is creating a series of behavioral composites to help agents investigate white collar crime. The more systematic approach by the SEC and FBI comes in response to the growth and complexity of financial crimes in recent years. Picture taken June 24, 2011. To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS) 
SEC/INVESTIGATIONS
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July 27, 2011 
A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission graphic appears on a computer screen at the SEC headquarters... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS 
A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission graphic appears on a computer screen at the SEC headquarters in Washington, June 24, 2011. The database is emerging alongside a new program by the FBI's criminal profiling group in Quantico, Virginia, that is creating a series of behavioral composites to help agents investigate white collar crime. The more systematic approach by the SEC and FBI comes in response to the growth and complexity of financial crimes in recent years. Picture taken June 24, 2011. To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA/
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September 24, 2008 
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison (L) speaks via video linkup with Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd as the two companies... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison speaks with Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd via video in San Francisco 
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison (L) speaks via video linkup with Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd as the two companies announce the HP Oracle database machine -- Oracle's first move into computer hardware -- at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, California September 24, 2008. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTX8W5K 
September 24, 2008 
The Hewlett-Packard Oracle database machine -- Oracle's first move into computer hardware -- is shown... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
HP Oracle database machine unveiled at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco 
The Hewlett-Packard Oracle database machine -- Oracle's first move into computer hardware -- is shown at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, California September 24, 2008. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES) 
KATRINA SUPERDOME EVACUEES
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September 10, 2005 
Volunteer enters registration information on Hurricane Katrina evacuees into a computer database in the... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Volunteer enters registration information on Hurricane Katrina evacuees into a computer database in the... 
Volunteer enters registration information on Hurricane Katrina evacuees into a computer database in the Astrodome in Houston. Volunteer Sharon Raymond enters information of Hurricane Katrina evacuees into a computer database on the fifth floor of the Astrodome in Houston September 10, 2005. Emergency workers collected the dead of New Orleans on Saturday and the official death toll rose slowly, boosting hopes Hurricane Katrina would claim far fewer lives than the many thousands once feared. Data on 23, 000 people has been entered to aid the Red Cross, FEMA and other agencies to coordinate relief efforts. REUTERS/Richard Carson 
TAIWAN
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June 17, 2005 
A policeman searches for a fingerprint match on a computer in the Criminal Investigation Bureau in Taipei... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A policeman searches for a fingerprint match on a computer in the Criminal Investigation Bureau in T..... 
A policeman searches for a fingerprint match on a computer in the Criminal Investigation Bureau in Taipei June 17, 2005. Taiwan plans to build a national fingerprint database to curb identity fraud and solve crimes, sparking criticism from human rights groups that the island may turn into a police state not 20 years after lifting martial law. 
TAIWAN
RTXNKCL 
June 17, 2005 
A policeman searches a computer fingerprint database behind a row of posters showing different types... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A policeman searches a computer fingerprint database behind a row of posters showing different types..... 
A policeman searches a computer fingerprint database behind a row of posters showing different types of prints at the Criminal Investigation Bureau in Taipei June 17, 2005. Taiwan plans to build a national fingerprint database to curb identity fraud and solve crimes, sparking criticism from human rights groups that the island may turn into a police state not 20 years after lifting martial law. 
TAIWAN
RTREO7Y 
June 17, 2005 
A policeman searches for a fingerprint match on a computer in the Criminal Investigation Bureau in Taipei... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Policeman searches computer fingerprint database in Taipei. 
A policeman searches for a fingerprint match on a computer in the Criminal Investigation Bureau in Taipei June 17, 2005. Taiwan plans to build a national fingerprint database to curb identity fraud and solve crimes, sparking criticism from human rights groups that the island may turn into a police state not 20 years after lifting martial law. REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/VP 
TAIWAN
RTREO7N 
June 17, 2005 
A policeman searches a computer fingerprint database behind a row of posters showing different types... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Policeman searches computer fingerprint database in Taipei. 
A policeman searches a computer fingerprint database behind a row of posters showing different types of prints at the Criminal Investigation Bureau in Taipei June 17, 2005. Taiwan plans to build a national fingerprint database to curb identity fraud and solve crimes, sparking criticism from human rights groups that the island may turn into a police state not 20 years after lifting martial law. REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/VP 
ECONOMY HONGKONG JOBS
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December 17, 2001 
Job seekers search a computer database at a Labour Department job
centre in Hong Kong December 17, 2001.... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
JOB SEEKERS SEARCH A COMPUTER DATABASE AT A LABOUR DEPARTMENT CENTRE IN
HONG KONG. 
Job seekers search a computer database at a Labour Department job
centre in Hong Kong December 17, 2001. The territory's jobless rate hit
the highest level in nearly two years in the September-November period
as companies continued to downsize. The Hong Kong government said the
percentage of jobless rose to 5.8 percent, and the number of unemployed
rose to 205,000 from 194,000 in August-October 2001. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/CP 
ELLISON
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May 17, 2000 
Larry Ellison, chairman and CEO of Oracle Corp., introduces Oracle's new iFS, (Internet File System),... 
Redwood Shores, USA 
Larry Ellison, chairman and CEO of Oracle Corp., introduces Oracle's new iFS, (Internet File System)..... 
Larry Ellison, chairman and CEO of Oracle Corp., introduces Oracle's new iFS, (Internet File System), May 16 during a news conference at the opening of the Oracle iDevelop2000 conference at Oracle headquarters in Redwood Shores. The new database product is designed to run on Internet server computers, and can store and manage over 150 different types of files, giving businesses complete access to all their data through any standard Web browser. 
COMPUTERS ORACLE
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December 14, 1998 
1997/1998 FILE PHOTOS - Oracle Corp. Chief Executive Larry Ellison (L) and Sun Microsystems Inc., Chief... 
Washington, USA 
COMBO OF ORACLE AND SUN CEOS. 
1997/1998 FILE PHOTOS - Oracle Corp. Chief Executive Larry Ellison (L) and Sun Microsystems Inc., Chief Executive Scott McNealy are set to announce December 14 that they will work together on a new type of computer that does not require an operating system, analysts and industry sources said December 13. Officials for Palo Alto-based Sun, the world's largest maker of computer workstations, and Oracle, the largest database software company, declined to comment.

RC 
COMDEX
RTRJGS3 
November 17, 1998 
Kelly Gates, director of marketing for Iriscan, uses a portable imager to take an image of her iris at... 
Las Vegas, USA 
IRISCAN DISPLAYS ITS POSITIVE ID SYSTEM. 
Kelly Gates, director of marketing for Iriscan, uses a portable imager to take an image of her iris at the Comdex computer trade show, November 16. The images are compared to a computer database which searches for a match. The technology can be used for a variety of applications such as positive identification for bank customers using automated teller machines. Several banks such as Citibank and British and Japanese banks are interested in the system, Gates said.

SM/HB/ME 
MICROSOFT COMDEX
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November 17, 1998 
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer makes a point as he announces the new Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 at the... 
Las Vegas, USA 
MICROSOFT'S STEVE BALLMER AT COMDEX COMPUTER SHOW. 
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer makes a point as he announces the new Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 at the Comdex computer show in Las Vegas, November 16. SQL Server 7.0 is a database software for business applications.

JC/SV/ME 
IRISCAN
RTXHVJJ 
November 16, 1998 
Kelly Gates, director of marketing for Iriscan, uses a portable imager to take an image of her iris at... 
Las Vegas, USA 
Kelly Gates, director of marketing for Iriscan, uses a portable imager to take an image of her iris ..... 
Kelly Gates, director of marketing for Iriscan, uses a portable imager to take an image of her iris at the Comdex computer trade show, November 16. The images are compared to a computer database which searches for a match. The technology can be used for a variety of applications such as positive identification for bank customers using automated teller machines. Several banks such as Citibank and British and Japanese banks are interested in the system, Gates said. 
BALLMER
RTXHVJ9 
November 16, 1998 
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer makes a point as he announces the new Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 at the... 
Las Vegas, USA 
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer makes a point as he announces the new Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 at ..... 
Microsoft President Steve Ballmer makes a point as he announces the new Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 at the Comdex computer show in Las Vegas, November 16. SQL Server 7.0 is a database software for business applications. 
MCCURRY
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March 11, 1997 
White House press secretary Mike McCurry speaks at the daily news briefing March 11. McCurry denied that... 
White House press secretary Mike McCurry speaks at the daily news briefing March 11. McCurry denied ..... 
White House press secretary Mike McCurry speaks at the daily news briefing March 11. McCurry denied that a taxpayer-financed White House computer database was used for political purposes, despite newly-released memos from presidential aide Marsha-Scott suggesting this was the case. 
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March 11, 1997 
White House press secretary Mike McCurry speaks at the daily news briefing March 11. McCurry denied that... 
UNITED STATES 
WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY MIKE MCCURRY AT NEWS BRIEFING 
White House press secretary Mike McCurry speaks at the daily news briefing March 11. McCurry denied that a taxpayer-financed White House computer database was used for political purposes, despite newly-released memos from presidential aide Marsha Scott suggesting this was the case.

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