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FACEBOOK still follows you online even if you’re Logged Out! — Here’s How To Stop It

Is Facebook going to eventually get you killed?

People commonly recommend that you log out of Facebook in order to protect your privacy, but that’s simply not enough. Read the rest of this entry »

4G iPad | live blogging feed…

Will Apple ever show these product announcements live on the web?

Live blogging of the Apple event will begin at 1 p.m., East Coast time. The announcement is expected to focus mostly on a new iPad, but there could be something new with Apple TV.
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Stopping SPAM | Backscatter?

Backscatter” is basically “bounce emails you receive for messages you never sent”. These are usually bounced spam messages from spammers using your email address as a forged ‘From’ address.  Read the rest of this entry »

Lost Charles Darwin fossils rediscovered

The fossil plants are polished into thin, translucent sheets

The fossils, lost for some 165 years, were found by chance in the vaults of the British Geological Survey HQ near Keyworth, UK.

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Windows users targeted in scam

The scam involves conning Windows users into granting remote access to their PCs, upon which scammers will look for sensitive personal data

IT experts are warning Windows users to remain vigilant following news of a new telephone scam being operated by cyber criminals. Read the rest of this entry »

SMS is still king of mobile messaging

Traffic is expected to break 8 trillion in 2011

Among mobile messaging services, SMS has consistently claimed the top spot. With its widespread reach to virtually all mobile subscribers, SMS has long been the most popular messaging service and has helped MNOs significantly offset the effect of falling voice revenues. Read the rest of this entry »

Danish police proposal about anonymous Internet use


Under the rubric of fighting terrorism, Danish police have proposed abolishing all anonymous Internet access. ISPs and companies would be required to gather strong proof of identity – official ID cards etc.
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Google+ challenges Facebook in social network battle

Google+ has been released for use by a small, selected number of users

Online search giant Google has launched a new social networking website in its latest attempt to take on Facebook, which now claims more than 500 million users!
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2013 | Space tourism closer

These spaceships will fly up to 360,000 feet

“Seeing a new vehicle that will someday be taking commercial passengers into space, and allowing the population at large to experience space travel, is just tremendously exciting.” – Galactic Spaceship Test pilot Peter Siebold

Politicians order Egypt’s internet and mobile access turned OFF !!

About a half-hour past midnight Friday morning in Egypt, the Internet went dead.
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P2P DNS to take on ICANN after US government seizes domains

Should the Internet be controlled by the government? Or can former backers of The Pirate Bay circumvent law enforcement efforts to sheriff the Net and instead come up with an open and secure P2P DNS alternative system?

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USA now controls your internet!


In 2010, the U.S. government shut down more than 70 websites, in one the broadest actions yet against companies it only suspects of selling America’s counterfeit or pirated products.

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Is retaliation the answer to cyber attacks?

The law frowns on cyber attacks but Black Hat speakers advocate exploiting vulnerabilities in attack tools and botnets against attackers

Should revenge assaults be just another security tool large IT shops use to counter cyber attacks?

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Apple wants its secret iPhone back

Someone is FIRED!

On March 18, a young Apple (AAPL) engineer had a few too many drinks at a beer garden in Redwood City, Calif., and left his cellphone behind on a bar stool. A customer picked it up, saw that it looked like an iPhone, located the Facebook app and found the owner’s profile page (since removed). According to this customer, he tried to contact Apple but all he got for his trouble was a case number. By the next morning, the phone was dead — disabled remotely.

Meanwhile, he’s looked more closely at the device and discovered that underneath what looks like an ordinary iPhone is something quite different. For one thing, it has two cameras — one on the front and one on the back. He breaks open the outer case and finds the device shown at right.

This is where the story gets a little shady.
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Internet access ‘a fundamental right’

Click Photo for BBC website

Almost four in five people around the world believe that access to the internet is a fundamental right, a poll for the BBC World Service suggests.

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