With help from Nancy Scola. OBAMA’S ANTI-“ABSOLUTISM” ON ENCRYPTION REVERBERATES IN AUSTIN — President Obama’s speech at SxSW Interactive on Friday, in which he cautioned against “taking an absolutist perspective” on encryption, was the talk of happy hours here over the... Obama was at the conference to sell technologists on public service, but the cocktail chatter revolved about how he picked a particularly unfriendly crowd for that message, as well as advocate for some way for government to get access to encrypted... Darrell Issa took umbrage at Obama “referring to anyone who wouldn’t support his back doors for all uses as ‘absolutist,” at a policy event at a downtown wine bar. “Encryption is either secure or not secure,” he said, adding that “for the president to come here and go down that road is a breach of decorum,” given that the Justice Department is pursuing a case against Apple in the courts. Obama’s call for convening experts to chart a way forward reflected, to some, as a welcomed challenge to the idea that encryption is a black-and-white issue. Mark Warner, in Austin to, in part, promote his and House Homeland Security Commission chairman Michael McCaul’s call for a “Commission on Digital Security,” said at an event at a startup incubator, that “some of the absolutist positions that are... ‘FORMERS’ REFLECT ON LIFE INSIDE THE W. H. : Obama told techies at SxSW he was eager “to recruit all of you” to public service. But two former Deputy U. S. CTOs, Andrew McLaughlin (2009-2011) and Nicole Wong (2013-2014), talked about working through the hiccups of that process during a more intimate session later. McLaughlin joked about watching private-sector technologists who, upon joining the federal government, “encounter their first inter-agency working group and a few days later they’re teetering on the brink. ON TAP AT SXSW TODAY — What we’re looking out for today: This morning, U. S. CTO Megan Smith is speaking about how tech can help solve “big challenges. ” After lunch, FCC Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel and Mike O’Rielly talk about protecting the future of Wi-Fi while two tech-savvy organizers with Bernie Sanders’s team — Becky Bond and Zack Exley — will present on the digital tools helping to... GOOD MONDAY MORNING and welcome to Morning Tech, where we have enjoyed listening to public radio — and now it seems like Amazon’s Echo does too: http://bit. At MT, we might not do everything you tell us, but we’re sure happy to listen. Source: www.politico.com
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Ray Miller, spokesman for the water district, said district board member Roy Engleman — and many others — worked tirelessly Wednesday and Thursday to try and fix the washed out line, which cut service to hundreds of households in the district on Dec. 30.
ALTUS — Roy Gilbert, 57, of Altus died Wednesday ... Pallbearers will be Patrick, William, Jeff and Kim Gilbert, Justin Easterling, Chaz Engleman and Johnny McCormick. Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
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