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Jasmeen Malhotra

Jasmeen Malhotra

EY
  • It's a widely accepted fact that immigrants contribute a disproportionate share of entrepreneurship and innovation to their new home economies. Immigrants make up 40% of US Nobel prize winners in Chemistry, Medicine and Physics. Immigrants as a group have greater risk tolerance and are more inclined

    It's a widely accepted fact that immigrants contribute a disproportionate share of entrepreneurship and innovation to their new home economies. Immigrants make up 40% of US Nobel prize winners in Chemistry, Medicine and Physics. Immigrants as a group have greater risk tolerance and are more inclined to think outside the box and embrace unconventional approaches and solutions, than non-immigrants - they need to, in order to have embraced the huge personal and logistical challenge of immigration in the first place. So Nadella has hit the nail on the head in shifting the conversation back to the pragmatic and economic calculus of immigration rather than the xenophobic communal rhetoric that ends up taking centre stage.

  • "Superuser access gives it “the power to do anything,” including downloading software, modifying files and data, or installing a key logger, a tool that allows the interception of passwords and account numbers from the keystrokes on a device."

    I get that this is not surprising, but that doesn't stop

    "Superuser access gives it “the power to do anything,” including downloading software, modifying files and data, or installing  a key logger, a tool that allows the interception of passwords and account numbers from the keystrokes on a device."

    I get that this is not surprising, but that doesn't stop it from still being terrifying! Imagine the CCP or any other malicious or authoritarian actor getting access to users' passwords for other unrelated accounts (or any other sensitive information picked up by a key logger) and then just quietly keeping them in their back pockets for when any given user misbehaves or needs to be pursuaded about something? Argh!