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Monday 02 November, 2015

Dishfire – The NSA’s Most Intrusive Spy Program Yet

 
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Wednesday 27 May, 2015

What Are the Laws for Using Drones?

Drones are already in use and they’re getting cheaper and more available, but in most states there aren’t clear laws in place regulating their use for private citizens. This is one of those cases in history where society has moved forward and legislators haven’t gotten with the act and passed laws yet. With drones being […]

 
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Saturday 25 April, 2015

More than Just War – How Drones Are Going to Be Used in the Very Near Future

When you think of drones, you probably imagine the undeclared wars that the US is fighting in countries such as Pakistan and Yemen. These remote-controlled aircraft are best known for the destruction they bring, and this is why they’re controversial. But there are also many peaceful ways to use drones and we’ll see more of […]

 
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Thursday 14 November, 2013

Lavabit – The Email Service That Said No to the NSA

The NSA spy program is big news. It seems like every few days new allegations hit the US government agency of its illegal spying activities. There are lots of stories about how it violated privacy laws and even broke its own rules. All of this is costing US cloud service providers a great deal of […]

 
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Tuesday 12 November, 2013

How to Build a Train Wreck Landing Page That Converts at Zero Percent

Want to create a horrible landing page that won’t convert? It’s easy – people do it every day. The internet is littered with train-wreck landing pages that aren’t making anybody any money. Here are the key ingredients. Totally Irrelevant Here’s a great way to boost your bounce rate – make sure that your landing page […]

 
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Monday 11 November, 2013

Adobe Gets Hacked and What It’s Doing about It

On October 13th, software giant Adobe announced that one of its servers had been hacked. The announcement said that hackers obtained access to information about users and its programs. It said that it especially affected users who used the Creative Cloud version of their software suite. The company reported that nearly 3 million users’ data […]

 
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Wednesday 30 October, 2013

3 Huge Customer Service Faux Pas by Major Companies

When a customer service gaffe hits a huge company, it can cost them dearly in sales. For your small business, it could be the end. Trust is hard to win back after you’ve lost it. Here are three major customer service blunders that went viral and cost big companies big-time. Saying Sorry Isn’t That Hard […]

 
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Tuesday 29 October, 2013

Three Ways to Set Daily Priorities

Everybody’s busy and it’s important to set priorities if you’re going to get anything done. This is especially true if you’re a solo entrepreneur or small business owner. But it’s just as important if you’re an office worker juggling multiple tasks or a stay-at-home parent with kids to watch and laundry to do. There are […]

 
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Thursday 24 October, 2013

The NSA’s Project Bull Run and How It Sabotaged Internet Security

Among the information leaked by former National Security Agency employee Edward Snowden, perhaps none is as shocking as Project Bull Run. This is an NSA program that that allows federal agents access to encrypted data. The UK counterpart of the NSA, known as the Government Communications Headquarters or GCHQ, instituted a similar program called Edgehill. […]

 
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Monday 07 October, 2013

Google Sued for Wiretapping – Federal Judge Says Google May Be Breaking the Law by Scanning Your Email Messages

On September 26th 2013, U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh ruled that Google may have violated federal and California wiretapping laws by scanning users’ email messages. The reason cited was that it wasn’t made clear to users. The decision was made in response to a motion by Google to dismiss a case brought against it […]

 
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