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MPs rush to sign up to legal data mining service – Computing

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MPs rush to sign up to legal data mining service
Computing
Dods Legislation allows users to mine unstructured data from the European Commission and the European Parliament in order to track clauses or entire bills as they are updated or changed. The service, which costs between £6000 and £16000 per person, …
NASA Chat to Show Data Mining’s Safety Value – Occupational Health & Safety

NASA Chat to Show Data Mining’s Safety Value
Occupational Health & Safety
Data mining – analyzing “terabytes of aviation data to find issues before they become incidents,” as NASA explains it – is paying dividends for Southwest Airlines. The airline’s flight safety director, Capt. Jeff Hamlett, will explain how the airline …
Ford Offers F-Series Truck App Software for Towing – Truckinginfo

Ford Offers F-Series Truck App Software for Towing
Truckinginfo
More > Mobile data terminal supplier QSI Corp. released the Treq-M4x mobile data terminal…. More > Vigillo, which makes data mining software products that organize fleet safety information in scorecard format, announced its Affiliate Member Program. …
Googlers Buy More Junk Food Than Microsofties (And Why Rapleaf Is Creepy) – TechCrunch

Googlers Buy More Junk Food Than Microsofties (And Why Rapleaf Is Creepy)
TechCrunch
If you weren’t creeped out by data-mining startup Rapleaf after reading about their ways in a relatively unsettling Wall Street Journal article published last October (“The San Francisco startup says it has 1 billion e-mail addresses in its database”), …
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Drilling Down With Informatica – Seeking Alpha

Drilling Down With Informatica
Seeking Alpha
I’ve been intrigued, not by the stock, but by its sector of data mining ever since I became aware of it a couple of years ago. Data mining stocks haven’t really piqued my interest that much, because the main players are software industry behemoths IBM …
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HHS plans to pay for state data mining to spot Medicaid fraud – Government Health IT

HHS plans to pay for state data mining to spot Medicaid fraud
Government Health IT
The Health and Human Services Department has proposed that state Medicaid agencies be able to use federal funds to help pay for uncovering fraud through the screening and analysis of Medicaid claims data. Data mining is one of the …
HHS Seeks To Allow State Data Mining for Medicaid FraudiHealthBeat
HHS seeks to let states data-mine for fraudModernHealthcare.com
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Senate Hearings to Investigate Corporate Data Mining and Individual Privacy – AACRAO Transcript

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Senate Hearings to Investigate Corporate Data Mining and Individual Privacy
AACRAO Transcript
On Wednesday, the Senate initiated a series hearings investigating corporate data mining and individual privacy. There is now an enormous multibillion-dollar industry based on the collection and sale of this personal and behavioral data, reports Time …
‘Do Not Track’ Becoming A RealityInternational Business Times
The White House Pushes For More Internet PrivacyThe Atlanta Post
Obama to Push Internet Privacy Bill, Create Online Tracking, Opt-OutDailyTech
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Medicaid Data Mining Proposed – GovInfoSecurity.com

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Medicaid Data Mining Proposed
GovInfoSecurity.com
To ramp up efforts to detect Medicaid fraud, the Department of Health and Human Services is proposing a rule that would enable states to use federal matching funds to support Medicaid claims data mining. Current law prohibits use of the federal funds …
Rule to Enable Medicaid Data Mining for FraudHealth Data Management
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Data Mining: How Companies Now Know Everything About You – TIME

Data Mining: How Companies Now Know Everything About You
TIME
RapLeaf, a data-mining company that was recently banned by Facebook because it mined people’s user IDs, has me down as a 35-to-44-year-old married male with a graduate degree living in LA But RapLeaf thinks I have no kids, work as a medical …
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Big Data Mining: Who Owns Your Social Network Data? – PCWorld

Big Data Mining: Who Owns Your Social Network Data?
PCWorld
Business analysts can study large data sets by renting servers for an hour, using technology such as Hadoop, he says. Mining the social networks’ Big Data Companies such as Echo and Cloudera are seeking their niche in the Big Data and social network …
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