Post courtesy of Get Cocoon Is online privacy dead? Revelations of government surveillance is at an all time high; with the latest chill-up-your-spine: a program dubbed Muscular (joint program of the NSA & GCHQ). The Washington Post reported that the NSA secretly broke into the main communication links that connect Yahoo and Google
The “most significant revelations to date.” “This is huge, in scale and in implications.” “Disturbing.” Those are just some of the ways people are reacting to the latest reporting by journalist Glenn Greenwald and his colleague at The Intercept, Ryan Gallagher on documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. In a news story entitled, ‘How the NSA
Apple security is a hot topic We’re well aware of the long debate about the benefits of Macs vs PCs – even Google Chairman Eric Schmidt suggested PC owners should swap to Macs to be more secure. We have however put together some advice below for Apple owners based on a consensus of expert opinion.
A Short Guide to Technology Security Head for the Edge, Library Media Connection, February 2005 As much as I hate to do it, I’m putting on my techie hat (err, pocket protector) for this column. So instead of the loveable, enabling, supportive person you’ve come to expect, I’m carrying a stick and wearing a scowl.
We all want the best for our children, including the ability to leverage technology. However, with technology come risks, risks that our children are often not aware of or prepared to deal with. As parents, it is our responsibility to ensure our children understand these risks and how to protect themselves. But this can be
JUNE 23, 2014 | BY CHRISTOPHER BOYD Original Source Beware of an email in circulation claiming to be from Amazon Local, which mentions invoices for an order you never actually made. If you buy a lot of goods from Amazon there’s always the possibility you might fall for this one in the general deluge of legitimate payment confirmation