- So I ask Google from Alphabet this question
- and I get this site https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/natty/cheese/
- and the reviews are so helpful and perfect
- perhaps Google search results that feature reviews should have some T (and T tests)
Hacking climate change is more of a data challenge as we try and backtest and forecast our models. Unfortunately the science is hostage to the politics, but sharing data openly, including cutting edge results without worrying on ancient national interests would be the first step in a planet wide effort to save the planet.
My second book – R for Cloud Computing : An Approach for Data Scientists is now ready for sale ( ebook). Softcover should be available within a month. Some of you have already booked an online review copy. It has taken me 2 years to write this book, and as always I accept all feedback on how to be a better writer.
I would like to especially thank Hannah Bracken of Springer Publishing for this.
and I dedicate this book to my 7 year son Kush.
“Everything that is good in me, come from your love, Kush“
If the NSA can be sued for collection of data, why cant Google be sued for sharing my data with NSA without my permission.
Any thoughts- anyone who knows Tort law here?
What did the terms and conditions of google’s policy say back then in those good old days of quiet cooperation
What about global liability across different countries (like EU and India)
_ I think there should be a lawsuit to discover more (click the link)
The truth is out there!