Some of you may have noticed the recent changes to the top of Club Pogo.You might have also noticed that the “sign out” has moved.
As the Rift can record the users' views, movement, and actions, it would very easy to gather data from users -- even without their knowledge.In Franken's letter to the state, he said:
Senator Al Franken is a consumer advocate.
This isn’t meant to give the government carte blanche to spy on its citizens, and the law spells out the scenarios under which Section 2705(b) applies.In the words of Brad Smith, Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer:
Over the past 18 months, the U.
But short URLs that are too short could expose the content behind the link to anyone, even people you didn’t share them with.In other words, short URLs with five, six, or seven-character tokens that users might think as private, are not that private.
The investments appear to reflect the CIA’s increasing focus on monitoring social media.Last September, David Cohen, the CIA’s second-highest ranking official, spoke at length at Cornell University about a litany of challenges stemming from the new media landscape.
Watch out, iPhone users.A text-message phishing scam, disguised as a note sent by Apple Support, aims to lure unsuspecting iPhone owners to share their usernames and passwords.
Last year, the FBI and its international police partners hacked at least 4,000 suspected child pornographers in an unprecedented sting on a dark web child pornography website called Playpen.If you don’t know where computer is, according to Rule 41, then you can’t legally hack it.