Internet Policies: April 2015 Archives

Welcome to the New

"Based on extensive user feedback and testing, we've modernized to work across all devices and screen sizes, eliminate visual clutter, and put the focus on the continuous flow of news updates, images and videos we know you're looking for. We've simplified our image and video galleries to emphasize viewing and sharing the content, and organized that content around NASA's areas of work, like the Journey to Mars and exploration of the Solar System and Beyond. And we've made the content more "discoverable," by connecting features and images to related content through an "infinite scroll" of similar content and clickable topic labels that take you to pages with more related content."

Keith's note: Many people just type "" in their browser - like I do. Try that and see what happens - or click here: Some (but not all) browsers automatically add "www".

Why confidential tips to the government may not be confidential after all, Washington Post

"Got a hot tip about federal waste, fraud or corruption? You should think twice about using the government's own online systems for collecting such complaints. Many of them promise confidentiality but for years have sent sensitive data - including names, addresses and phone numbers of whistleblowers, as well as the details of their allegations - across the Internet in a way that could be intercepted by hackers or snoops. Or, perhaps worse still, by the agencies named in the complaints".

NASA OIG CyberHotline

Keith's note: No mention of encryption at the NASA IG website - or with the hotline - note that the URL is NOT



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