Sadly, the easier and safer you make your file sharing service, the more attractive it becomes to the crooks.
Critics say the amended bill that's headed for a full Senate hearing still threatens encryption, albeit less blatantly.
Why hack into a server when you can just send vistors to a fake alternative instead?
It's a short jump from a Rolls Royce ride to extradition from the UAE. Goodbye, Dubai, goodbye, Palazzo Versace, hello, Chicago jail cell.
To help end systemic racism, we'll stay away from an error-prone technology that's been shown to have racial bias, the city council said.
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At the risk of giving you a feeling of déjà vu all over again, it's time to talk about Facebook hoaxes once more.
They're not surveillance spectacles, says Google, just a piece in the jigsaw of "ambient computing", where helpfulness is all around you.
Still thinking "the crooks probably won't find me if I make a security blunder"?
Databases can be had for as little as $100, on up to $1,100. Most, if not all, are being sold by the hacking group Shiny Hunters.
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