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According to the Dutch media outlet NRC, courtesy of National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden, it was revealed that the NSA didn’t stop at reading your mail or listening to phone calls. The latest information says that the NSA …Read More »
Here is your opportunity to get Planet of the Apes collection on Blu-ray at 60% discount.Read More »
Google chairman Eric Schmidt believes that there will come a time when censorship of the Internet will come to an end.
“I believe there’s a real chance that we can eliminate censorship and the possibility of censorship in a decade.” …Read More »
At the World Wide Web Foundation’s second annual conference, Tim Berners-Lee, credited as the founder of the internet, vehemently exclaimed that internet surveillance is a threat to democracy, that such a practice does not comply with what democracy really means, …Read More »
A computer hacker who has fled Syria in exile reportedly hacked into the computers of Syria’s secret police and, among other things, discovered porn on them.
The Syrian hacker, who remains nameless, and several of his friends hacked into the …Read More »
McDonald’s has announced that it will roll out free WiFi in China.
The move, which will affect over 1400 McDonald restaurants in the country, is apparently part of a bigger one set in motion by the Chinese government, who apparently …Read More »
Verizon has a new option for those who like to use their mobile devices away from Wi-Fi and still want faster speeds. Now you can get a prepaid plan that allows you to use up to 300MB a day. It …Read More »
Activists have revealed that there are weaknesses within the system that allows China to control their internet, popularly know as Great Firewall of China.
They had done so in response to further Chinese censorship of both the Reuters as well …Read More »
Probably the most interesting and funny response to the information revelation that Adobe had saved its users password hints, as well as emails, in just a plain text format, is the fact that someone has created a series of 10 …Read More »
In today’s deals of the day, we have Intel i7 and i5 for you.Read More »
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For today’s deals of the day, we have a couple of monitors for you, Corel VideoStudio Ultimate, and more.Read More »
The Internet giant Google has made yet another major change in wake of NSA spying. Originally, their goal was to enact new security certificates with a 2,048 bit encryption by the end of the year. They beat their deadline by …Read More »
This today’s dotTech deals of the day from Amazon, you can grab a Samsung Android tablet for $169.99, an ASUS Windows 8 tablet for $399.99, and more.Read More »
Apparently Microsoft, one of the most popular computer companies, does not have any data encryption when it comes to “server-to-server communications”. This means when your data is passing from one Microsoft server to another Microsoft server, it isn’t being encrypted. …Read More »
Thanks to a successful mail-in campaign in the UK, Google has decided to do something about the way it displays sex abuse and child pornography. Google is now going to start restricting the way it displays the search results for …Read More »
Luxemburg data protection commissioner has found that Microsoft and Skype have not broken any European privacy laws when they sent customer data back to the United States. The decision of the National Commission for Data Protection claimed that the data …Read More »
In today’s dotTech deals of the day, you can grab Fast & Furious 1 to 5 for $36.49 and more.Read More »
The activist group known as Anonymous, sometimes referred to as hacktivists given that their members are known to hack to into various institutions when trying to get a specific point across, are gaining the FBI’s attention for hacking into American …Read More »
In a move to make the internet more secure, the Internet Engineering Task Force, or IETF, have started the discussion on how to encrypt… everything.
It is more imperative than ever since the knowledge of government spying and the ease …Read More »
In a move that will be surprising to absolutely no one who has been paying attention to China’s government in the past, the Chinese government is apparently actively considering how they can further control internet usage in China and input …Read More »
There have been a lot of stories written about Bitcoin lately, and for good reason. Less than two months ago one Bitcoin was roughly $125. Today? One Bitcoin is over $500. As of November 17, 2013 at 11:50 AM GMT …Read More »
Not sure how well this will work. If you’re really concerned about the NSA spying on you via Facebook, maybe the best option is stay clear of the social networkRead More »
A list of some great deals on Amazon right now. We’ll be helping you guys find great deals on a daily basis leading up to Black Friday and beyond. By the way, go watch that South Park episode titled, Black …Read More »
Canadian authorities recently busted a child pornography business that spanned countries worldwide. As a result of the three-year investigation, 348 people — 108 Canadians, 76 U.S. citizens, and 164 citizens from various countries — have been arrested and over 300 …Read More »