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  • casp321 casp321 Aug 11, 2014 12:50 PM Flag

    John Doerr, Ben Horowitz, Ken Andreessen

    Amazon, Skype, Zencoder

    Mike Kopetski, Jeff Weiner, John Fargis, Mike O'Hare, Chris Hieb

  • casp321 casp321 Aug 11, 2014 12:46 PM Flag

    Why did Google China President and Youtube International Communication Head resign from august 2009 to October 2009?What did they KNOW about Google and "intelligence" undertunnel activities using On2-Hantro's product to pay those AGENTS that could NOT be paid directly from USA treasury department paychecks? casp321@yahoo?
    How is it POSSIBLE for those using On2's Flix Engine to build their products get paid Billion dollars by Google for their product but NOT paying the SAME reasonable price for ALL on2-hantro products to On2 shareholders?

  • On2 vs Google: Why Google hired the BEST NSA Expert, Neal, Katyal?

    On2 vs Google: How could an On2 lead-plaintiff with 100-On2-share "settle" On2 vs Google while the judge IGNORING to notice the significance of the results from this "settlement"? Why did judge make comment on the millions of shares those On2 shareholders OBJECTING the "settlement" but NOT on the validity of the lead-On2-plaintiff 100-share? casp321@yahoo

    USA "intelligence" communities used On2 to PENETRATE Chinese market while using On2 to DRIVE Nokia out of Chinese smartdevices market? casp321@yahoo

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    Former NSA Head Starts Up Cyber Security Venture

    August 5, 2014

    Ken Dilanian, AP Intelligence Writer
    Lawyers at NSA and his private lawyers— including former FBI Director Robert Mueller, now with the Wilmer Hale law firm in Washington — have told him he is on firm legal footing, Alexander said.

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    Former NSA Head Starts Up Cyber Security Venture

    August 5, 2014

    Ken Dilanian, AP Intelligence Writer

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Even in an era when former U.S. officials routinely profit from business ventures linked to their public service, recently retired National Security Agency chief Keith Alexander raised eyebrows when he disclosed he is working on patents for what he calls a game-changing cybersecurity model.

    Alexander had access to the nation's deepest secrets about cyberwarfare, and he spent the last several years warning about cyberthreats to private industry. Critics questioned whether he was cashing in on classified information he learned at NSA, and they asked why he didn't deploy his new ideas while he led the government's cyber defenses.

    In an interview Tuesday with The Associated Press, Alexander sought to answer those questions and rebut what he says are misimpressions about the new company he leads, IronNet Cybersecurity.

  • casp321 casp321 Aug 11, 2014 12:27 PM Flag

    How can an NSA head have "spare-time" to create patents and TEST them in REAL world systems while running different under tunnel operations making those stealing from On2 shareholders billionaires while creating "financial-expert" "technical-expert" out of those Jiniasez knowing nothing but HAVING just HIGH-SECURITY protection while moving undertunnel operations from "court-to-court" under few selected judges watch who might be benifitted from those ruling in later time of their retirements? Who from "intelligence" communities REPORTED [between December 10, 2012 to December 13, 2012] On2 shareholders discovery of $50 million in ON2 UK Limited account on December 10, 2012. Who ORDERED those running On2 UK account to transfer moey from to that account to different HIDDEN one. Who from "intelligence" communities SWAPPED casp321@yahoo posting on Yahoo Financial Board in May of 2013? Who from "intelligence" communities ORDERED Yahoo to BLOCK casp321@yahoo email from being delivered to its destination? casp321@yahoo

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    Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    by

    Former NSA Chief: Why I'm Worth $1 Million a Month to Wall Street

    Critics say Keith Alexander's rapid move to the private sector is cause for concern

    by

    Max Ocean, editorial intern

    Former NSA Director Keith Alexander says his services warrant a fee of up to a million dollars, due to a cyber-surveillance technique he and his partners at his new security firm IronNet Cybersecurity have developed, Foreign Policy reported on Tuesday. The claim follows reporting earlier this month that Alexander is slated to head a 'cyber-war council' backed by Wall Street.

    Alexander claims that the new technology is different from anything the NSA has done as it uses "behavioral models" to predict hackers' actions ahead of time.

  • casp321 casp321 Aug 11, 2014 10:46 AM Flag

    Brains: How They Seem to Work

    By: Dale Purves

    Publisher: FT Press

    Pub. Date: April 09, 2010

    If vision’s goal is to distinguish objects that are physically the same or different in any circumstance, it would be of little or no use to perceive the luminance values generated by the surfaces of the papers. For example, imagine cutting one of the papers in half and placing the two halves at random somewhere in the room you are sitting in; the identical halves would likely end up in places where they would be illuminated differently and would therefore return two different luminance values to the eye. Conversely, the luminance of two physically different papers could be the same under different conditions of illumination, again making their luminance useless as a means of distinguishing their actual characteristics. Given that it is biologically useful to see the two papers as members of the same class (imagine them to be edible, and thus something of biological value), human ancestors who made this distinction a little better because of their slightly different visual connectivity would reproduce a little more successfully as a result of this advantage. Eventually, the visual system of humans or other species would discriminate surfaces in different contexts quite well on this empirical basis, despite the inherently uncertain meaning of luminance values in retinal images.

    Dale Purves: Dale Purves is Professor of Neurobiology, Psychology and Neuroscience, and Philosophy at Duke University.
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    How can you see bright colors with your sight
    When you've not even learned to see the light?

    Vision's light comes from inside your heart
    This inner light's required for it to start.

    Rumi

  • casp321 casp321 Aug 7, 2014 12:31 PM Flag

    Those running from Yahoo Admin dark room will NOT be able to run their cRIMINAL operations while PAYING Yahoo FEES for their having access to public forum under the "national-security" bullfit. For hOW long you think your CRIMINAL operation through introduction of different "feature" last? for how long? casp321@yahoo
    HOW much Yahoo getting paid by MONITORING the account holders? HOW much? casp321@yahoo

  • casp321 casp321 Aug 7, 2014 12:28 PM Flag

    Was casp321@yahoo FORCED Yahoo to stop BLOCKING him and doing what they did to the REST posting possibly in the FEAR of possible LAWSUIT filing by casp321@yahoo. I have too MUCH evidence when the rIGHT time comes I will present to DOJ and FBI with identifying those in connection/relation and asking FBI/dOJ to INVESTIGATE to see where those posting against casp321@yahoo getting their info? from CIA/NSA or other "intelligence" communities? casp321@yahoo

    You go ahead and remove what you see do nOT fit, but that does NOT seem would last long.

  • casp321 casp321 Aug 7, 2014 12:24 PM Flag

    I bet you these jiniazes even do nOT understand this CONCEPT but someone from ABOVE directing them to remove it. casp321@yahoo

  • casp321 casp321 Aug 7, 2014 12:20 PM Flag

    WOW!!! Those jiniazes running from Yahoo Admin dark room under "intelligence" commands BLOCKING what is just connecting one needs to see light before seeing the color, one from Rumi another from Dale Purves. WOW

  • On2 vs Google: On2 multi-bllion-dollar company: You need to learn to see light before seeing how bright colors might be?

    Google continuing advancing Chinese market, after On2 doing much of the Video codecs related deals with Chinese companies, by giving Motorola, in addition to giving Hantro to a different Chinese company, to get ahead of Samsung while Samsung was advancing in Chinese market using Google Android with On2's Hantro and taking Mobile device lead away from Nokia in China. casp321@yahoo

  • casp321 casp321 Aug 5, 2014 12:03 PM Flag

    1000K divided by 600K is 1.66666666667

    Here is HOW you might want to take a look at it through interpreting as cousin of Phi or Golden-Ratio, 1.6180339887. casp321@yahoo

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    It is believed to feature in works of art from Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to Salvador Dali's The Sacrament of the Last Supper, and poets and composers have used it in their works. It has even been found to be connected to the behavior of the stock market! The Golden Ratio is a captivating journey through art and architecture, botany and biology, physics and mathematics. It tells the human story of numerous phi-fixated individuals, including the followers of Pythagoras who believed that this proportion revealed the hand of God;
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    The Golden Ratio: The Story of Phi, the World's Most Astonishing Number MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged

    by Mario Livio (Author), Mel Foster (Reader)

    Throughout history, thinkers from mathematicians to theologians have pondered the mysterious relationship between numbers and the nature of reality. In this fascinating book, Mario Livio tells the tale of a number at the heart of that mystery: phi, or 1.6180339887...This curious mathematical relationship, widely known as "The Golden Ratio," was discovered by Euclid more than two thousand years ago because of its crucial role in the construction of the pentagram, to which magical properties had been attributed. Since then it has shown a propensity to appear in the most astonishing variety of places, from mollusk shells, sunflower florets, and rose petals to the shape of the galaxy. Psychological studies have investigated whether the Golden Ratio is the most aesthetically pleasing proportion extant, and it has been asserted that the creators of the Pyramids and the Parthenon employed it. It is believed to feature in works of art from Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to Salvador Dali's The Sacrament of the Last Supper, and poets and composers have used it in their works. It has even been found to be connected to the behavior of the stock market! The Golden Ratio is a captivating journey through art and architecture, botany and biology, physics and mathematics. It tells the human story of numerous phi-fixated individuals, including the followers of Pythagoras who believed that this proportion revealed the hand of God; astronomer Johannes Kepler, who saw phi as the greatest treasure of geometry; such Renaissance thinkers as mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa; and such masters of the modern world as Goethe, Cezanne, Bartok, and physicist Roger Penrose. Wherever his quest for the meaning of phi takes him, Mario Livio reveals the world as a place where order, beauty, and eternal mystery will always coexist.

  • On2 Vs Google: On2-Hantro a Multi-billion-dollar here is WHY: Finonacci Golden-Ratio: $600K out of $1000K

    from Wikipedia:
    Some twentieth-century artists and architects, including Le Corbusier and Dalí, have proportioned their works to approximate the golden ratio—especially in the form of the golden rectangle, in which the ratio of the longer side to the shorter is the golden ratio—believing this proportion to be aesthetically pleasing.

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    The NSA's Cyber-King Goes Corporate

    Here's why Keith Alexander thinks he's worth a million dollars a month.

    BY Shane Harris

    JULY 29, 2014
    That insider knowledge has raised eyebrows on Capitol Hill, where Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) has publicly questioned whether Alexander is effectively selling classified information in exchange for his huge consulting fee. (Bloomberg reported that the figure dropped to $600,000 after the $1 million figure raised hackles in Washington and among computer-security experts.)

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    You go ahead MOBILIZE anyone you want to scare/harras? For how long you think your Shaddoy-PRIVATE-government, MAKING billions of dollars from stealing from companies like On2-hantro, can stay underground and still run their criminal operations? casp321@yahoo

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    NSA paid $10 Million bribe to RSA Security for Keeping Encryption Weak 2013-12-20T22:33:00-11:00Friday, December 20, 2013

    If you own a world-renowned Security Product or a Service, National Security Agency (NSA) is ready to pay you 10 Million or more bribe for keeping intentional backdoor for them.

    According to an exclusive report published by Reuters, there is a secret deal between the NSA and respected encryption company RSA to implement a flawed security standard as the default protocol in its products.

    Recommending bad cryptographic standard is one thing, but accepting 10 million to deliberately implement is something very shameful for a respected Security company.

    The new revelation is important, cryptographer and Security expert Bruce Schneier said, because it confirms more suspected tactics that the NSA employs. "You think they only bribed one company in the history of their operations? What's at play here is that we don't know who's involved," he said.

    RSA, now owned by computer storage firm EMC Corp, and has maintained its stand of not colluding with NSA to compromise the security of its products, "RSA always acts in the best interest of its customers and under no circumstances does RSA design or enable any back doors in our products,"

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    The golden ratio is also called the golden section (Latin: sectio aurea) or golden mean.[1][2][3] Other names include extreme and mean ratio,[4] medial section, divine proportion, divine section (Latin: sectio divina), golden proportion, golden cut,[5] and golden number.[6][7][8]

    Some twentieth-century artists and architects, including Le Corbusier and Dalí, have proportioned their works to approximate the golden ratio—especially in the form of the golden rectangle, in which the ratio of the longer side to the shorter is the golden ratio—believing this proportion to be aesthetically pleasing. Mathematicians since Euclid have studied the properties of the golden ratio, including its appearance in the dimensions of a regular pentagon and in a golden rectangle, which can be cut into a square and a smaller rectangle with the same aspect ratio. The golden ratio has also been used to analyze the proportions of natural objects as well as man-made systems such as financial markets, in some cases based on dubious fits to data.

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    Ex-NSA Chief Pitches Banks Costly Advice on Cyber-Attacks


    By Carter Dougherty and Jesse Hamilton Jun 20, 2014

    As the four-star general in charge of U.S. digital defenses, Keith Alexander warned repeatedly that the financial industry was among the likely targets of a major attack. Now he’s selling the message directly to the banks.

    Joining a crowded field of cyber-consultants, the former National Security Agency chief is pitching his services for as much as $1 million a month.

  • casp321 casp321 Jul 31, 2014 7:13 PM Flag

    Who are Ben Horowitz, Marc Andreessen, John Doerr and HOW did they make their billions of dollars and WHY Alexander is choosing different path to go where he had helped those before him make their billions?

    --Google, as of November 2005, "Big Blue [had] a market value of approximately $137 billion"

    --Google as of July 2014, has the value of $386 billion

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    How much would it be in July 2014 if Doerr's $12.5 million turned into $3.4 billion in July of 2005. It's OBVIOUS that those helping them join them and NOT creating their own separate to get paid for the "service" they have done using their POSITION in USA Governmental agencies. Check the above report from July 2005, then you would see that what Alexander is doing, creating his OWN company, is totally different from those serving/being served. You can NOT just go around and COLLECT what's OVERDUE. You need to do the same as what the others were doing after leaving the USA Government. Then the question I have to ask is WHY did Google hire Neal Katyal and what is the PAYMENT for? Is it for the present-future or for PASTDUEs? casp321@yahoo

  • casp321 casp321 Jul 31, 2014 2:47 PM Flag

    I did NOT know John has said goodby to Matt frost at Google?

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    JW Player Hires Innovators from Google, Salesforce and Apple to Expand Leadership in Digital Video

    PR Newswire

    Eric Hoffert, John Luther, and Eric Poley to bolster JW Player's online video, mobile, and advertising solutions

    NEW YORK, June 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- JW Player, a leader in online and mobile video, today announced that it has added key industry pioneers to its executive team to further drive innovation and growth in the company's video technology solutions.

    Prior to joining the team at JW Player, John Luther spent over 12 years in digital video. He was VP of Product Management at On2 Technologies, where he oversaw the company's VPx video compression technologies and Flix Cloud transcoding service. Google acquired On2 in 2010, and following the acquisition Luther managed HTML5 video technologies in the Google Chrome web browser and led the WebM open video project. The VPx video compression technology he worked on has been downloaded more than a billion times, in Flash, Skype, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Android.

  • casp321 casp321 Jul 31, 2014 2:42 PM Flag

    Funny that they got On2 Flixcloud with VPx for free while those "invested" in Zencoder made millions of dollars from just one of On2's products which was half-half deal: casp321@yahoo
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    Former NSA director defends data collection, cloud security

    By Ellen Messmer

    Follow
    NetworkWorld | Jun 24, 2014 1:58 PM
    Alexander also shared his enthusiasm for cloud computing.

    “I think cloud computing is the way to go,” he said. Experience that the NSA has had in adopting “thin virtual cloud” networks for some purposes had convinced him this could be a good model in terms of security. He said the main criticisms he’s heard is that it might centralize data too much. But he hoped that security professionals would see the thin virtual cloud as a vision for network security in the future.

  • casp321 casp321 Jul 31, 2014 2:30 PM Flag

    Here are the names, might be interesting to you bring up in the court when they try to blame you for what you think "deserve" collecting:
    John Doerr, Ben Horowitz, and Marc Andreessen.

    You know much better than I do, HOW they've made their billions of dollars why you should not be one of them? casp321@yahoo

  • casp321 casp321 Jul 31, 2014 2:26 PM Flag

    You NEVER thought that you will have one of On2 shareholders' "shoes" running around the way you have made them to do.

    I see TROUBLE here for those making billions of dollars in the name of "entrepreneures" "financial-expert" "technical-experts" under pretext of "national-securirty" and "trade-secret" while planting their agents in companies like On2 to undermine the value of the company to be held for NSA creation like Google to take it over at the "proper" time while those helping that happen making millions and hundreds of millions dollars from On2/Hantro related products all over the world. NSA herad coming late but wants to collect what he thinks is "his". casp321@yahoo

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    Former NSA director defends data collection, cloud security

    By Ellen Messmer

    Follow
    NetworkWorld | Jun 24, 2014 1:58 PM

    But that was just one theme Alexander took up in his keynote address at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit here today: He’s also bullish on cloud security and spoke about some experiences the NSA has had with it. Just retired from the NSA in March, Alexander has also set up a new consultancy called IronNet Cybersecurity.

  • casp321 casp321 Jul 31, 2014 2:08 PM Flag

    In less than three days, On2 UK Limited account with $50 million turned into one british pounds after the account being discovered on December 10 2012 with $50 millionm and turned to one british pound on December 13, 2012. casp321@yahoo

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    Ex-NSA Chief Will Give Bankers What They Deserve

    Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014 07:51 AM

    By Patrick Watson

    General Keith Alexander, the now-retired National Security Agency (NSA) director who was once Edward Snowden's boss, hung out his consulting shingle this month. His IronNet CyberSecurity firm already has a hot prospect: the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA).

    Alexander reportedly offered to consult with the organization on cybersecurity matters for a mere $1 million monthly fee. SIFMA thinks $600,000 is more reasonable, but either amount should keep the general comfortable in his golden years.

    I have a more important question. If you are the banking industry's trade group, and you want to help your members defend their systems from hackers, why hire Keith Alexander? What will they get for their million bucks a month?

    Coughing is about all Alexander can do, too. The same secrecy laws and nondisclosure agreements that bound Snowden also bind Alexander. Unless SIFMA members have both a security clearance and "need to know," he can reveal almost none of his cybersecurity knowledge. If he does it anyway, then he's no better than Snowden.

    There's a third possibility, too. Maybe Keith Alexander was secretly working for the banks before he left the NSA. Now that he is safely retired, he can collect back pay for services already rendered.

  • casp321 casp321 Jul 31, 2014 2:02 PM Flag

    Bruce Schneier
    June 2014

    Could Keith Alexander's Advice Possibly Be Worth $600K a Month?

    Ex-NSA director Keith Alexander has his own consulting company: IronNet Cybersecurity Inc. His advice does not come cheap:

    Alexander offered to provide advice to Sifma for $1 million a month, according to two people briefed on the talks. The asking price later dropped to $600,000, the people said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the negotiation was private.

    Alexander declined to comment on the details, except to say that his firm will have contracts "in the near future."

    Kenneth Bentsen, Sifma's president, said at a Bloomberg Government event yesterday in Washington that "cybersecurity is probably our number one priority" now that most regulatory changes imposed after the 2008 credit crisis have been absorbed.

    SIFMA is the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association. Think of how much actual security they could buy with that $600K a month. Unless he's giving them classified information.

  • casp321 casp321 Jul 31, 2014 1:58 PM Flag

    One get caught "red" handed another is provided by "red" carpet to run their own way under the SHADOWY-Government created using those agents under "technologies" expert. casp321@yahoo

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