If you’re in the shrinking pool of people who still have a land line, you’re most likely inundated with calls from telemarketers. But your cell phone is different, right? Right?!
Security & Privacy
Hackers can break 90 percent of passwords, and new methods — like eyeprints — are needed to protect our data.
The BBC has uncovered an entire industry centering on the buying and selling of access to compromised webcams, especially those owned by women.
If you’re like Rockwell, you always feel like somebody’s watching you. And there’s no better way to fly under the radar of facial recognition systems than by wearing an oversized pair of glasses with nearly half a dozen …
America’s largest Internet companies are tripping over themselves to bolster their public image following blockbuster disclosures about their role in the U.S. government’s controversial data-gathering program.
This may sound like a terrible plot from an episode (every episode?) of CSI: Miami. But it’s also happening every day in police departments across the country.
Google has asked the U.S. Department of Justice for permission to publish the number of national-security information requests it receives from the government.
Simple yes or no answers here, but feel free to elaborate in the comments section.
To make all this shadowy surveillance easier to digest, here are the relevant points about the massive data collection.
What does it all mean??? Let’s dive right in.
The concept is simple: Like Pepsi on Facebook and get a free can of Pepsi from a space-age vending machine that doesn’t accept money — it only accepts Facebook Likes. It’s a great marketing stunt, no?