The Apple-FBI Battle Is Over, But the New Crypto Wars Have Just Begun

The Apple-FBI Battle Is Over, But the New Crypto Wars Have Just Begun

At least everyone knows about encryption now. The post The Apple-FBI Battle Is Over, But the New Crypto Wars Have Just Begun appeared first on WIRED.

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Call intelligence platform Invoca grabs $30M Series D led by Morgan Stanley AIP

Invoca_2 Millennials may be slowly forgetting that their mobile phones make calls, but there’s still a good amount of cash/intelligence to be had in gathering enterprise call statistics to gain more complete portraits of customers. Invoca¬†is looking to help¬†companies measure analytics on live inbound calls just as easily as they’d measure page views on their websites. Invoca has been… Read More

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Djokovic into Miami quarter-finals

World number one Novak Djokovic advances into the Miami Open quarter-finals with victory over Austria’s Dominic Thiem.

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France Future Looks Bright Under Didier Deschamps’ Newfound Openness

“I built the best squad. I did not pick the 23 best French players.” Those were the words of France boss Didier Deschamps when he announced his squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, via ESPN FC‘s Pablo S. Torre.

It came in response to not selecting the likes of Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri for the tournament in Brazil, and over the next two months, he will have to do it all again as Les Bleus go into the 2016 UEFA European Championships as one of the favourites.

At the start of the season, when France beat Portugal 1-0 at the Estadio Jose Alvalade, the optimism around the squad was focused on the likes of Lyon’s Nabil Fekir, Geoffrey Kondogbia of Inter Milan, plus the veteran duo of Karim Benzema and Mathieu Valbuena.

Six months on, there is a very good chance that none of that quartet will be on Deschamps‘ list, with a new cluster of players, some old, some new, giving the former Marseille boss a few, probably welcome, headaches over the next few weeks.

Wins over the Netherlands and Russia during the most recent international break have brought a sense of excitement to the French people. The Stade de France crowd on Tuesday were in full voice as expectations have grown.

Seven goals scored in two games, four goals conceded to keep feet firmly on the floor. There were no looks of worry, no “what ifs” regarding the future decision regarding the ongoing case with Benzema‘s France future.

Back in September, Dimitri Payet‘s national team future looked bleak.

“Players can say what they want. I’m not going to use the media to respond to them,” Deschamps told the press when asked about his performances in the Premier League, via the Mirror‘s James Eastham. “He’s entitled to not understand why he’s not being picked, although, to be honest, it’s not really my problem.”

In the end, Payet‘s form meant even Deschamps couldn’t ignore the West Ham United forward, and against the Netherlands, the former Lille player took his chances. The 29-year-old was at the heart of everything France created, showing he could bring his club form to the international stage.

Then on Tuesday—his birthday—the Reunion-born forward came on as a second-half sub and scored a wonderful free-kick, all but firing himself into Deschamps 23-man squad. It’s Payet’s resurrection that has shown a different side to the national team boss.

Two years ago, there were calls for Morgan Schneiderlin, consistently impressing for Southampton, to get a call-up, but it took a long time for Deschamps to take the plunge. Even to this day, the inclusion of Mamadou Sakho and Moussa Sissoko still baffles some.

Deschamps is very loyal to the players he trusts. If you are on the outside, it used to be very hard to break through, or worse, get back into his plans. However, the World Cup winner seems to have softened that stance.

N’Golo Kante, while at SM Caen, was never mentioned in terms of an international call, and even after his virtuoso performances for Leicester City, there was scepticism that Deschamps would bring in an uncapped player so close to the Euros.

After 45 minutes against the Netherlands and then his first start, followed by his first goal—also on his birthday—it’s hard to see the energetic midfield man failing to make the 23-player shortlist.

Twelve months ago, Andre-Pierre Gignac and Lassana Diarra would probably have predicted their international careers were over, but Deschamps has begun to reward form and both look to have done enough to earn their place.

On the younger side, the future is looking very bright for Les Bleus. Raphael Varane and Paul Pogba are both still under 24, but it’s Manchester United’s Anthony Martial and teenager Kingsley Coman that are capturing the imagination of the home crowd.

The latter has excelled for Bayern Munich in both the Bundesliga and the UEFA Champions League, then on Tuesday, he came off the bench to score a wonderful goal against the Russians. His youthfulness, lack of fear and ability to terrorise defences could be key for France late in games.

The average age of the squad has actually increased from the 23 that were picked from Brazil. On one hand, Deschamps remains loyal, but he seems more open to bringing in younger players and newcomers, but only when their form deserves it.

You are never going to please everyone with a squad decision, but the teams and performances over the past week certainly give the feeling France are heading in the right direction. Perfect timing with the Euros just three months away.

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Life has changed for Murray – Croft

Becoming a father has affected Andy Murray’s form in recent weeks, says former British number one Annabel Croft.

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Relaxing of foreign investment rules set to shake up India?s e-commerce market

india cash India’s e-commerce space might be about to get a shake-up after the government appeared to open the door to overseas companies owning majority stakes in domestic internet sales companies. Read More

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NFL Mock Draft 2016: Round 1 Projections for Class’ Pivotal Prospects

The 2016 NFL draft class is much more confusing than a simple identification a “catch.”

That’s saying something in today’s NFL. Whereas last year it was pretty simple to figure out who qualified under the “pivotal” descriptor—Jameis Winson and Marcus Mariota—it’s not as simple this year. In this case, “pivotal” describes the guys who come off the board and start a run on a position or maybe cause a front office to panic and pull off a trade. 

This is a muddy class, with quarterback and wideout and other offensive spots underwhelming in what is a defensive-first draft. With that theme in mind, here’s a look at an updated mock and some players who fit the description. 

 

2016 NFL Mock Draft

 

Round 1 Pivotal Prospects

2. Cleveland Browns: Jared Goff, QB, California

In time, the hype from Carson Wentz‘s pro day on friendly turf surrounded by teammates will subside, and things will go back to normal—which means that California’s Jared Goff will be the top prospect in the class at the position.

Goff looks the part as much as anyone else in the class, standing at 6’4″ and 215 pounds with a booming arm and a pocket presence, as well as an ability to escape which is downright necessary in today’s NFL.

Whereas Wentz might look like more of a project, Goff seems like a prospect who can start as a rookie but still boasts tantalizing upside. As Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer pointed out, Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson hasn’t been shy in his praise for the California product:

Why not? Jackson knows his quarterbacks, having coached up Andy Dalton in Cincinnati to the player he is today while serving various roles, including offensive coordinator. He’s not going to convince anyone he sees Robert Griffin as the answer and that the team doesn’t have an interest in bringing on competition.

Goff at No. 2 creates an interesting scenario. A team buying the Wentz hype might make a move up. Another later in the round might make a move to nab Paxton Lynch.

Countless scenarios abound if Goff comes off the board at the Cleveland pick, which would make him the most pivotal player in the class.

 

4. Dallas Cowboys: Myles Jack, LB, UCLA

With Jaylon Smith hurt, UCLA’s Myles Jack can start a run at the linebacker spot this year.

In the Super Bowl, Von Miller showed just how important linebackers who can get after the quarterback and the ball in general are these days, which is what makes Jack such an attractive prospect.

Jack only comes in at 6’1″ and 245 pounds, but he’s a guy with freakish athleticism to the point that he saw snaps at running back. He can rush quarterbacks with an array of moves, and the athleticism pairs with a special mind for the game that helps him locate the ball and shut down a play.

“He’s the best player in the draft,” a scout said, per Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “He’s a slam dunk. He can play modern-day football. He ain’t never leaving the field.”

The Dallas Cowboys will have their pick of many top defenders at No. 4, but they tallied just 31 sacks last season and tied for 22nd against the run by surrendering an average of 120.9 yards per game, which means the unit needs a versatile presence to help in all areas.

Jack is the guy, without question. Stopping the team’s reliance on Sean Lee is one motivation, but simply improving in all areas is another.

If the Jack domino falls, it will create a ripple effect akin to dropping a boulder in a puddle, with only so many talented linebackers in the class.

 

7. San Francisco 49ers: Joey Bosa, DL, Ohio State

Ohio State’s Joey Bosa is the pivot for elite defensive line prospects in the class. 

Bosa might seem like one of the draft’s most polarizing prospects thanks to odd numbers and such, but there is no debating his 6’5″, 269-pound frame or the level of disruption he caused at the collegiate level.

It’s not all about numbers when it comes to a guy like Bosa; it’s more about how much the offense has to pay attention to him and how that opens things up for others. Pro Football Focus’s Wes Huber broke this down in positional rankings for the Big Ten:

The true definition of the overall package, Bosa offers strength, speed, agility and an endless motor. Any questions surrounding his timings at the combine do his body of work no justice. His ability to drive his blocker into the point of attack was unrivaled in college football, despite his opponents’ constant usage of double- and triple-teams. That disruption of the offensive line created countless opportunities for the surrounding defenders.

In this regard, San Francisco needs all the help it can get at No. 7.

No team has seen a more drastic loss of talent over the past few offseasons, meaning ripple-effect guys like Bosa are a must. Last year, the 49ers managed a paltry 28 sacks and ranked 27th against the pass and 29th against the rush.

Inserting Bosa into a lineup with Glenn Dorsey and Ian Williams will help, in large part masking the struggles of the units behind them while the front office continues to rebuild the unit.

And if Bosa leaves the board, other dominoes such as DeForest Buckner and Noah Spence won’t be far behind.

 

Stats courtesy of NFL.com and are accurate as of Tuesday. All advanced metrics courtesy of Pro Football Focus.

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Jake Arrieta shakes off blister worries, throws 102 pitches in final spring outing

Jake Arrieta shakes off blister worries, throws 102 pitches in final spring outing

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Jon Jones Arrested: Latest Details, Mugshot and Comments on UFC Star

One day after revealing he was cited for multiple traffic violations, UFC superstar Jon Jones was arrested Tuesday for violating his probation.

According to TMZ Sports, Jones turned himself in to New Mexico police after a judge issued an arrest warrant for drag racing last week.

ESPN’s Brett Okamoto confirmed TMZ’s report, noting Jones was booked Tuesday morning by probation officers in Albuquerque.

The UFC released a statement Tuesday:

UFC is aware that Jon Jones turned himself into the Albuquerque Police Department this morning for a potential probation violation stemming from a traffic stop last week.

UFC has been in touch with Jones’ legal team and will have no further comment until the organization has had appropriate time to gather necessary information.

TMZ Sports also released a photo of Jones’ mugshot following his arrest:

During an appearance on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani of MMA Fighting, Jones said he was pulled over by police several days ago, cited for drag racing and issued five separate tickets (via Jeremy Botter of FloSports).

Jones told Helwani he’s “going to fight it” regarding the tickets (via Eric Jackman of The MMA Hour). The former light heavyweight champion added he “said things to the officer he now regrets,” per Luke Thomas of MMA Fighting.

This is just the latest in a string of legal problems for Jones, who has not fought for the UFC since defeating Daniel Cormier at UFC 182 in January 2015. He was involved in a hit-and-run incident in Albuquerque last year and sentenced to 18 months of probation after pleading guilty.

Jones also failed a pre-fight drug test prior to his bout with Cormier after testing positive for cocaine and entered rehab. He was indefinitely suspended by the UFC, a punishment that lasted six months before he was officially reinstated last October.

The 28-year-old Jones is currently scheduled to make his UFC return at UFC 197 on April 23 in a rematch against Cormier, though it’s unclear if his latest arrest will alter plans.

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Q&A: Covering all the bases with Sidney Crosby

Q&A: Covering all the bases with Sidney Crosby

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