documentnoun

  • ja公文書、書類、資料
  • enan official paper, book, file, or piece of writing that gives information or is used as proof of something

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The consumer side is still very strong.
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- Yeah, we’re the company that invented documents. - I know.
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When you think about sharing and how electronic documents
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are the lingua franca of how business happens, it’s all in PDF.
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And that’s one of our inventions.
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We’re a company that focuses on product and innovation.
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You played your hand very well.
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I like it.
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But we need to end this now,
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or I tell Logan that you took copies of sensitive documents.
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This has been completely devastating to them not just because of the leaked information
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because it’s also exposed some really abysmal security practices on their part.
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To even have a file with passwords in it that is marked “passwords”
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is kind of a security 101 no-no.
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And add to that, lots of this stuff wasn’t encrypted.
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They were keeping the passwords for documents
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in the same file folders as those documents themselves.
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Shit!
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What's the matter?
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There are no signatures on these loan documents.
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The United Arab Emirates has unveiled a somewhat unorthodox plan to ramp up government efficiency —
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Drone deliveries.
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That’s what they’re going to use.
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The country is going to use those unmanned aerial devices
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to deliver official government documents to people and to monitor road traffic.
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They’ll use Google Maps to find addresses
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and fingerprint technology to confirm the identities of the recipient.
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And so it felt really natural that we were thinking about what kind of product we wanted to build.
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It’ll be something that let you collect all the cool things that you found on the Internet,
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and then display them visually.
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And both Evan and I are very visual thinkers,
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and so being able to see things as a collection rather than as a list or as a text document
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was the way that we wanted to interact with all those things that were meaningful to us.
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The Dark Web as a tool to help journalists uncover the truth was made popular by Wikileaks.
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Now, news organizations such as The New York Times and The Guardian
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all host Dark Web drop sites for uploading anonymously leaked tips and documents.
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It’s also helped domestic violence victims hide from online stalkers
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and allowed ordinary citizens to surf the web
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without being tracked by advertisers or even the government.
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Okay, open this one.
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Here, I'll help you.
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Cool! Documents!
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Yes!
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How many more of those stupid documents do you have to scan?
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Just this one and all the ones in those boxes.