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johnb1000

AT&T is putting a price on privacy. - 0 views

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    AT&T is going to track and monetize the webpages you visit, the time you spend on each, the links or ads you see and follow, and the search terms you enter if you have their new gigabit broadband service (such as in Kansas City). If you don't want to be tracked, "fortunately" they let you opt-out for a $29 / month fee.
summerville101

Scientists propose 'cortical modem' implant to give you Terminator vision - CNET - 0 views

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    US military research agency DARPA forsees a tiny implant that could restore sight loss or give you a heads-up display without a helmet or glasses. Forget HoloLens, forget smart glasses and forget augmented reality -- scientists have proposed a "cortical modem" that plugs into your DNA and your visual cortex to cure sight loss and show a heads-up display in front of your very eyes.
schorgl3538

IPv4 vs IPv6 As Fast As Possible - 2 views

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    Short and simple 5 minute video expaining the difference
dmmceldowney

Copyright Holders Want Netflix to Ban VPN Users | TorrentFreak - 1 views

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    If copyright holders get their way it will soon be impossible to access Netflix though a VPN service. The entertainment industry companies are calling for a ban on privacy services as that opens the door to foreign pirates. With the launch of legal streaming services such as Netflix, movie and TV fans have less reason to turn to pirate sites.
dmmceldowney

Tor Browser Hardening Features Under Scrutiny - 0 views

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    An iSEC Partners report examining hardening features of the Tor Browser recommends moving off Firefox to Chrome, but budget and feature constraints make that unlikely.
trich11

The Rules of Networking on Social Media (Because Yes, People Still Break Them) - 1 views

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    When my first book, The FabYOUList, was published, my publicists recommended that I become more active on social media in order to build buzz and grow my audience. Never one to do things halfway, I quickly turned my personal Facebook page into a "Public Figure" page and signed up for Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr, and Google+.
schorgl3538

How I Hacked My Own iCloud Account, for Just $200 - 0 views

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    Over the course of the last few days, I've written a number of articles related to the celebrity photo thefts that surfaced Sunday. Many of those posts have focused on how safe - or unsafe - various cloud service providers are.
jckoenig

Military Companies Brace for Rules on Monitoring Hackers - 0 views

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    Companies that do business with the Defense Department are bracing for new U.S. rules requiring them to report computer breaches to the Pentagon and give the government access to their networks to analyze the attacks. Groups representing the contractors are raising concern about the Pentagon rooting around their data, and say smaller companies may not even have the cybersecurity protections needed to comply.
jonesy827

Apple tightens iCloud security after celebrity nude photo hack - 0 views

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    Apple will add additional security steps to keep hackers out of user accounts in the wake of the celebrity photo scandal and will aggressively encourage users to take stricter measures, the company's chief executive, Tim Cook, has said.
debbiesmiles

Shocked to learn how data brokers are watching you? - 0 views

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    Very good video of "data brokers" selling YOUR information! A must see!
Bill Genereux

Naked on the Internet Is Not Forever - Patrick Di Justo - The Atlantic - 0 views

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    As long as you were smart enough to get naked 10 years ago.
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    As long as you were smart enough to get naked 10 years ago.
austin calhoun

SocialRadar debuts social networking app - 0 views

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    A new app that will alert you when your friends/family are near. Could also work with Ex's and other people you might not want to see.
Nathan Ellis

Senator pushes for an end to NSA phone records program - 0 views

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    Senator Patrick Leahy questions the constitutionality of the NSA's phone tapping procedures. He urges the Obama administration to cease these acts and heads congress to vote to end the program. Judges have found the program legal, but Attorney General Eric Holder questions,"just because we can do something, should we do it?
Elena A

Laws of Physics Say Quantum Cryptography Is Unhackable. It's Not - 0 views

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    In the never-ending arms race between secret-keepers and code-breakers, the laws of quantum mechanics seemed to have the potential to give secret-keepers the upper hand. A technique called quantum cryptography can, in principle, allow you to encrypt a message in such a way that it would never be read by anyone whose eyes it isn't for.
Bill Genereux

Snapchat images that have "disappeared forever" stay right on your phone… | N... - 1 views

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    forensic analysis of Snapchat claims of privacy & file deletion
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