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19
Oct

Yahoo Secretly Scanning User Emails On Behalf Of US Government

Posted by on in Search Engines
According to a Tuesday Reuters report, Yahoo built a software in 2015 that let them screen their users’ emails for the US government. The tech firm did the scanning without the knowledge of the company’s CSO (Chief Security Officer), two former... Continue reading
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18
Oct

Grams: DarkNetMarkets Search Engine

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This privacy-minded search engine is a development the dark net community was anticipating for a long time. Grams is a service that offers a way to search for products across different dark net marketplaces. They are currently indexing products from markets,... Continue reading
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18
Oct

Top 20 work-from-home companies for 2016

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Whether you're on the hunt for a full-time job or simply just looking for ways to pick up some extra cash, opportunities to work-from-home are on the rise!  Jobs that offer the flexibility of telecommuting, or working remotely, used to be rare -- available only... Continue reading
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18
Oct

HTML5 Introduces New Security Threats!

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
HTML5, the fifth standard of HTML released in 2014, is slowly becoming more prevalent across the internet as browsers adopt the new protocol and webpages are updated to make use of the new features. HTML is the technology at the basis... Continue reading
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18
Oct

FBI May Need Apple’s Help in Breaking into Another iPhone

Posted by on in Internet Search
In February, the FBI fought the encryption on an iPhone 5C that once belonged to the San Bernardino shooter. A legal battle ensued wherein the FBI attempted to force Apple into bypassing the iPhone’s lockscreen. As Wired points out, the FBI... Continue reading
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18
Oct

Research: Top 10 Cities Hosting Botnets

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According to a new report by security firm Symantec, Turkey hosts the most botnets by population in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa). The most populous cities in the country are Istanbul and the Turkish capital Ankara, containing the highest... Continue reading
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18
Oct

VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: PUBLIC SEXISM WILL GROW UNDER HILLARY CLINTON

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Vice President Joe Biden has predicted that there will be an increase in public sexism if Hillary Clinton becomes president. Advertisment Biden claimed Sunday that Clinton, who could become the first female U.S. president, has already been “battered and beaten” by... Continue reading
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18
Oct

Google: There's No Hub Like Home

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No longer willing to let Amazon have the space to itself, Google on Tuesday officially launched Google Home, its long-awaited wireless hub. Google Home is an interactive personal assistant and entertainment center that takes full advantage of the company's deep advantages... Continue reading
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18
Oct

Women at Work: 'Online marketing is crucial to success'

Posted by on in Market Research
Internet marketing can make or break your business. From email campaigns to social media content, online marketing is both competitive and technical. While the Internet increases the possibility of reaching a global audience, it can be a difficult path to navigate.... Continue reading
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18
Oct

GOOGLE SEARCH TRENDS: HOW TO VOTE FOR TRUMP IS CRUSHING HOW TO VOTE FOR HILLARY

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Don’t we just love our Google data, folks? I swear, we have the best Google data! Granted, Google has already censored crucial election data, but thank god that the Google Trends tool is still a thing. Even though we know that Trump is... Continue reading
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18
Oct

Russell Smith: How the digital age is changing the way we break up (and who gets to keep the naked photos)

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When couples split up, it is customary for at least one party to feel aggrieved, and so it is common for that person to demand the return of some items. The demands go something like this: You are leaving me, fine... Continue reading
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18
Oct

Supreme Court grants Google appeal in case of blocked search results

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The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal of a case in which Google was ordered to block certain search-engine results worldwide – and experts say the case, which originated in British Columbia, will determine whether courts in this country... Continue reading
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17
Oct

Facebook's social sharing features were seriously malfunctioning Monday morning

Posted by on in Market Research
Some Facebook users encountered a major glitch Monday. Early in the morning, a technical problem prevented people from posting articles via the share buttons on a number of websites, including The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and Reuters. A Facebook spokesperson blamed the technical difficulties on... Continue reading
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17
Oct

More airlines ban Samsung Galaxy Note7 from flights

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More airlines are now banning Samsung's Galaxy Note7 from flights after government-backed bans in the U.S. and Canada. Advertisment   Carriers in Australia, Asia and Europe have announced bans that prohibit passengers from bringing the device on flights over fears that they could catch... Continue reading
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17
Oct

People are sharing the meanest backhanded compliments they've received

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LONDON — Compliments are great, except when they're actually insults in disguise. Advertisment   People have been sharing the most offensive backhanded compliments they've ever received using the hashtag #CrappyCompliments, which was kicked off by Midnight on Comedy Central.  Since then, the hashtag has trended globally... Continue reading
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