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Twitter on Thursday revealed that a message acknowledging the death of Glee television show star Cory Monteith was the most echoed tweet on the globally popular messaging platform this year.
Cupid Media claims to have learned from the massive Adobe breach and is now seeing the light as far as the encryption, hashing and salting of password goes.
The fear that foreign intelligence agencies have developed the ability to turn mobile devices into eavesdropping bugs has prompted the ban of tablets at the cabinet meetings.
Keeping posts private is one way to avoid handing employers a reason to fire you or potential employers a reason to avoid hiring you in the first place.
The removal of this feature still seems like the wrong direction for Facebook to take.
The three-hour trading halt last week in Nasdaq stocks has raised questions about the exchange's communications effort.
NSA’s XKeyscore is a bloodhound for sniffing out vulnerable systems.
According to newly revealed documents given to The Guardian by Edward Snowden, one program, called XKeyscore, enables the National Security Agency (NSA) to see “nearly everything a user does on the internet”.