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2 May 2019

Googles new feature Auto-delete Location History and Web Activity.

However, this feature doesn't delete until after three months up to eighteen months, giving the third party customers plenty of time to buy your data that has been harvested.

"We work to keep your data private and...

2 May 2019

U.S extradition case Julian Assange started today in a London court.

Julian Assange wasn't physically present, but appeared via a videolink from Belmarsh prison.

The counsel for the US government, presented details of the US case against Assange at Westminster magistrates court,...

2 May 2019

Netflix Uses Python Programming Language.

Python is one of the most popular languages these days and is widely used for data analysis, machine learning, DevOps, and web development.

According to Python developers at Netflix, the language is used through the "full content lifecycle...

2 May 2019

Windows server hosting provider A2 down for a week, after ransomware attack.

Impacted are all Windows-based servers owned by A2 Hosting, a provider of virtual private servers (VPS) and WordPress hosting services.

The infection, which...

1 May 2019

AMD gaining market shares against it competitors for the sixth straight quarter.

Advanced Micro Devices CEO Lisa Su, said during her remarks on AMD's first quarter earnings conference call with analysts today that she was confident about the state of competition with rivals like Intel and...

1 May 2019

European universities wasting public funds.

Many of Europe's major research universities are ignoring rules that require them to make public the results of clinical trials.


1 May 2019

Mysterious hacker selling 0-day Windows exploits to cyber-espionage groups, as well as cyber-crime gangs.

The hacker's activity, which has been going on for atleast three years, according to Kaspersky Labs, reinforces recent assessments that some government-backed cyber-espionage groups,...

1 May 2019

U.K judge sentences Julian Assange to prison and paves the way to extradition to atleast one other country.

Assange was sentenced to fifty weeks, in a UK prison on Wednesday May 1st.

This after he was found guilty of violating his bail conditions when he entered Ecuador's London...

1 May 2019

U.K Defense Secretary fired over Huawei leak to the press.

British Prime Minister Theresa May has fired her Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson over the leaking of a key decision related to the Chinese telecoms company Huawei from a National Security Council meeting.

The decision...

30 April 2019

Zuckerberg to integrate WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger.

At F8, Messenger's head of consumer product Asha Sharma said that in the future, users will soon be able to send messages across Facebook's three different messaging platforms: Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp.


30 April 2019

Hackers ransom financial data, belonging to to dozens of the world's largest and most valuable companies, including Airbus, British Telecom, Ericsson, Oracle, Porsche, Volkswagen and many more as part of an extortion attempt.

The attackers have also released data from all of those...

30 April 2019

Jimmy Fallons video taken down by YouTube due to copyright claims from NBC.

James Thomas Fallon is an American comedian, actor, television host, singer, writer, and producer.

He is known for his work in television as a cast member on Saturday Night Live.

Also known as the...

30 April 2019

Vodafone found hidden backdoors in Huawei equipment.

Europe's biggest phone company discovered that the vulnerabilities goes back several years, with equipment supplied by Shenzhen-based Huawei for the carrier's Italian business.

While Vodafone says the issues were resolved, the...

29 April 2019

Cloud database exposed 80 million households in the United States of America.

An unsecured database stored on the cloud, was discovered by independent security researchers and its cache included information on addresses, income levels and marital status.

The researchers, led by...

29 April 2019

Microsoft distancing itself from Minecraft creator after Marcus 'Notch' Persson posted controversial white supremacist and transphobic comments via Twitter.

As a result of this, Minecraft's creator Marcus Notch...

28 April 2019

New Yorker is suing Apple for $1 billion.

Ousmane Bah, was wrongly arrested at his home in November, 2018.

The warrant included a photo of someone else than Ousmane Bah.

The lawsuit also said a detective with the New York Police Department concluded the thief caught on the...

28 April 2019

Facebooks Clear History feature was never released as promised last year by Mark Zuckerberg.

"In your web browser, you have a simple way to clear your cookies and history. The idea is a...

28 April 2019

Open source GPS alternative, released by a team of student designers and engineers from the RCA and Imperial College.

The app is called "Aweigh" and doesn't depend on satellites.

It's similar to the sextant,...

28 April 2019

Mental health apps caught secretly sharing data by intercepting the data transmissions.

They discovered that 92 percent of...

28 April 2019

Amazon's algorithm automatically fires inefficient warehouse workers.

In a signed letter last year, an attorney representing Amazon, said the company...



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