Archive for January, 2012

Frightening New Security and Privacy Policy by Google

January 29, 2012
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Google.com is changing the way it treats humans. Despite cries of “foul” from the tech. community, Google is going to start tracking individuals across all their platforms and across the entire Internet. It is advised to eliminate as many of your Google services as possible. Following is the statement from Google: We’re getting rid...
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barging through the aisles

January 26, 2012
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I found it funny… when doing a search at Google.com for *barging through the aisles* this is what I got. Disclaimer: we do not advise barging through the aisles to do this Google upgrade into the invasion of your (and your friends and family’s) privacy and security.  PLEASE, JUST SAY NO TO GOOGLE CONTROLLING...
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Is Your Website Committing a Crime?

January 18, 2012
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Is Your Website Committing a Crime?

Follow the story on twitter with #SOPA #PIPA There are many laws that dictate what you can say and do on the Internet. All businesses and government entities must obey the laws. U.S. legislators are currently trying to pass new laws that would effect your ability to freely publish on the Internet. Wikipedia.org has...
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Are You Aware of How You Surf the Web?

January 17, 2012
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Are You Aware of How You Surf the Web?

There are several popular web browsers. The safest is probably Lynx. Microsoft and Google have browsers, but you have to wonder about your privacy and security. Mozilla may offer a good alternative. About Mozilla As a non-profit, we’re free to innovate on your behalf without any pressure to compromise. That means a better experience...
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