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[Source: This article was published in fbi.gov - Uploaded by the Association Member: Carol R. Venuti] Operation SaboTor, a multi-agency law enforcement action between January and March 2019 that targeted opioid sales on the Darknet, included this search of a vehicle and a residence in California. Th...
[Source: This article was published in csoonline.com By Josh Fruhlinger- Uploaded by the Association Member: Eric Beaudoin] Catch a glimpse of what flourishes in the shadows of the internet. Back in the 1970s, "darknet" wasn't an ominous term: it simply referred to networks that were isolated from t...
[Source: This article was Published in cointelegraph.com BY Henry Linver - Uploaded by the Association Member: Jeremy Frink] On June 10, one of the top cryptocurrency media sites, CCN, initially announced that it would shut down, citing a June 3 Google Core Update for stifling its traffic. Wri...
[Source: This article was Published in ca.news.yahoo.com BY Bree Fowler - Uploaded by the Association Member: James Gill] Consumer Reports has no financial relationship with advertisers on this site. We’ve all been there. You talk on the phone with a friend about something, say sneakers, and then ...
 [Source: This article was Published in aljazeera.com BY Charlotte Mitchell - Uploaded by the Association Member: Daniel K. Henry] Sudan's internet blackout has gained global attention, but it is not unique. Shutdowns are on the rise around the world. For almost a week, Sudan has been almost comp...
 [Source: This article was Published in fastcompany.com BY MARK SULLIVAN - Uploaded by the Association Member: Bridget Miller] Under Senators Mark Warner and Josh Hawley’s DASHBOARD Act, big tech companies would have to report the value of the user data they harvest to the Securities and Exchange...
[Source: This article was Published in forbes.com BY TJ McCue - Uploaded by the Association Member: Clara Johnson] This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your conve...
[Source: This article was Published in forbes.com BY TJ McCue - Uploaded by the Association Member: Robert Hensonwn] This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds covers products we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If...
[Source: This article was Published in wired.com BY ANDY GREENBERG - Uploaded by the Association Member: Joshua Simon] DESPITE ALL THE cybersecurity industry’s talk of preventing “breaches,” a computer network in some ways is less like a fortress and more like a human body. And skillful hacke...
 [Source: This article was Published in mirror.co.uk BY Sophie Curtis - Uploaded by the Association Member: Issac Avila] Google now lets you automatically delete your location history after a fixed period of time It probably comes as no surprise that Google keeps track of everywhere you go via the ...
[Source: This article was Published in mashable.com BY KARISSA BELL - Uploaded by the Association Member: Deborah Tannen] Here's something you might want to think about next time you check your email: chances are, at least some of your messages are being tracked. From how many times you open a mes...
 [Source: This article was Published in zdnet.com By Catalin Cimpanu - Uploaded by the Association Member: Deborah Tannen] Extension developer says he sold the extension weeks before; not responsible for the shady behavior. Google has removed a Chrome extension from the official Web Store yesterday...
[Source: This article was Published in venturebeat.com By EMIL PROTALINSKI - Uploaded by the Association Member: James Gill] Google today released the Suspicious Site Reporter Extension. As its name implies, the extension lets users report suspicious sites to Google’s Safe Browsing service. Googl...
[Source: This article was Published in ibvpn.com By IBVPN TEAM - Uploaded by the Association Member: Alex Gray] Since when are you an Internet user? For quite a while, right? How many times have you asked yourself which are the dangers that might hide at the other side of your connection and how a ...
[Source: This article was Published in lifehack.org By Victor Emmanuel - Uploaded by the Association Member: Anthony Frank] What is a VPN? A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is simply a way used to connect different networks located separated from the Internet, using security protocols that allow bot...
[Source: This article was Published in lifewire.com By Tim Fisher - Uploaded by the Association Member: Issac Avila] Do research, check neighborhood safety, or report crimes using these sites Find crime statistics, crime scene investigation information, police information, and more with these law ...
[Source: This article was Published in money.cnn.com By David Goldman - Uploaded by the Association Member: Patrick Moore] Some things just shouldn't be connected to the Internet. With Shodan, a search engine that finds connected devices, it's easy to locate dangerous things that anyone can access w...
[This article is originally published in theconversation.com written by Misha Ketchell - Uploaded by the Association Member: Jennifer Levin] With more than half of its 1.4 billion people online, the world’s most populous country is home to a slew of cyberspies and hackers. Indeed, China has likel...
[This article is originally published in zdnet.com written by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Eric Beaudoin] For less than a $100, you can have an open-source powered, easy-to-use server, which enables you -- and not Apple, Facebook, Google, or Microsoft -- to control your view ...
[This article is originally published in irishexaminer.com written by Zeynep Tufekci - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Joshua Simon] people concerned about privacy often try to be “careful” online. They stay off social media, or if they’re on it, they post cautiously. They don’t share information a...
[This article is originally published in searchengineland.com written by Greg Sterling - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Eric Beaudoin] In ruling on a motion for summary judgment in federal court in New York, Judge Katherine Forrest found that embedding a tweet containing a copyrighted photo (of Tom Brady)...
[This article is originally published in cointelegraph.com written by Connor Blenkinsop - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Deborah Tannen] cryptocurrency exchange says it is prioritizing the privacy of its users — eliminating the “tedious” registration steps imposed by other websites. BitConvert argue...
[This article is originally published in fastcompany.com written by KATHARINE SCHWAB - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Wushe Zhiyang] You’re probably sick of hearing about data and privacy by now–especially because, if you live in the United States, you might feel like there’s very little you can do...
[This article is originally published in searchenginejournal.com written by Matt Southern - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Alex Gray] DuckDuckGo cautions internet users that companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter, do not respect the “Do Not Track” setting on web browsers. According to DuckDuck...
[This article is originally published in searchenginejournal.com written by Kristine Schachinger - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Rene Meyer] A meme recently made the rounds. You might have heard about it. The “Ten Year Challenge.” This challenge showed up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram along with a...
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