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Web firms pledge to tackle online hate speech

Microsoft, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook have pledged to remove hate speech within 24 hours, in support of a code of conduct drafted by the EU. The freshly drafted code aims to limit the viral spread of online abuse on social media. It requires the f...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 5, 2016

PERNUM, Never Share Your Personal Data Online Again

PERNUM, Never Share Your Personal Data Online Again, Simply Share Your PERNUM PERNUM is your new standard in privacy. Instead of spreading your personal data on the Internet, simply share your PERsonal NUMber. You decide who is allowed to chat with y...
by Juicy Marketplace on May 22, 2016

Internet Of Things- how to use IoT to make sales

How brands will use the Internet of Things (IoT) to develop their customer relationships. The Internet of Things  will soon become a significant channel through which brands will be able to create and deepen relationships with their customers, a new...
by Dyenamic Solutions on May 6, 2016

EU watchdogs demand revisions to Safe Harbour replacement

EU privacy watchdogs have demanded changes to a pact meant to govern cross Atlantic data transfers. The group urged the US and European Commission to revise and clarify several points in the proposed Privacy Shield agreement in order to safeguard EU...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Apr 18, 2016

Legal ruling that computer hacking by GCHQ is not illegal

GCHQ is within UK law when it hacks into computers and smart phones, a security tribunal has ruled. Campaigners Privacy International have lost a legal challenge claiming the spying post’s hacking operations are too intrusive and break European...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Feb 21, 2016

Ashley Madison password protection was flawed

Hackers stole gigabytes of data from Ashley Madison including login names, passwords and website code. More than 11 million passwords stolen from the Ashley Madison infidelity dating website have been decoded, says a password cracking group. When sto...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jan 19, 2016

Top 2015 technology stories

One of the joys of technology is that it is constantly changing- and 2015 was a very busy year. Its highlights have included a series of mega-launches, including the well-received Windows 10, the curved Galaxy S6 smartphone, the Apple Watch and a Tes...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jan 9, 2016

Google stores children’s data claims civil liberties group

Google collects schoolchildren’s personal data, including internet searches, a civil liberties group says. In a complaint to the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) said the alleged practice broke both Go...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Dec 20, 2015

Spyware demo shows how to hack phones

A UK security firm has shown how one phone hacking tool actually works. It allows spies to take secret pictures with a phone’s camera and record conversations with the microphone, without the phone owner knowing. Hacking Team’s software w...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Oct 7, 2015

How to set up a VPN

A VPN is a virtual version of a secure, physical network—a web of computers linked together to share files. But VPNs connect to the outside world over the Internet, and they can serve to secure general Internet traffic in addition to corporate asse...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Sep 7, 2015

An apparent lack of empathy

Yesterday I wrote about the process of requesting details from Political Parties of the details they retain after holding conversations with us as potential voters. My blog followed on from an earlier tweet which some of the local party activists an...
by IanChisnall on Aug 29, 2015

INTERNET - Not Private, Not Safe

IMHO:  As a computer specialist and IT Technician (retired) I can tell you that ANYTHING on the Internet is never safe and therefore not private.  Pay attention to the hacking going on world-wide.  Governments are hacked, military site...
by Mage Soapbox on Aug 24, 2015

Cars can be hacked using digital radio broadcasts

Several car infotainment systems are vulnerable to a hacking that could potentially put lives at risk. Car infotainment systems can allow drivers to see vehicle status updates, play music and videos, view maps and in some cases run third-party apps,...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Aug 15, 2015

NATIONAL SECURITY - OPM Hack

"OPM hack affecting more than 21 million includes sensitive data" PBS NewsHour 7/9/2015ExcerptSUMMARY:  More than 21 million Americans had personal data stolen from files held by the Office of Personnel Management.  Anyone who went through...
by Mage Soapbox on Jul 13, 2015

Internet Magna Carta vote launched by British Library

Thousands of young people are taking part in a UK debate about what should be included in a “Magna Carta” for the digital age by the British Library. Their most popular priority was safety on the net, followed by protecting freedom of spe...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 15, 2015

Contactless cards drives 10% rise in card payments

Low value transactions drove a 10% rise in purchases made on a card in 2014 compared with a year earlier. The introduction of touch and go contactless card technology on transport in London last September was one reason behind the rise. Use on London...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 8, 2015

Google centraises it’s privacy and security settings

Google has centralised all its privacy and security controls into a single place. The My Account hub brings together settings previously spread over different web pages. Google says the move is designed to make it easier for people to see and control...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 2, 2015

Is the Digital Era changing history?

Is the digital transformation of our society changing the future of recorded history? Nowadays most of our photos, videos, conversations, research and writings are stored as strings of ones and noughts on local computers or in data centres distribute...
by Dyenamic Solutions on May 13, 2015

Samsung S5 fingerprint hackable

Hackers can use copies of the fingerprints used to unlock the Samsung Galaxy S5 phones. A flaw in the Android software makes it possible to steal the personal information so it can be used elsewhere, said the experts from security firm FireEye. Other...
by Dyenamic Solutions on May 3, 2015

Google Apps bug exposed personal data of nearly 283,000 website owners

According to a cadre of Cisco security researchers (via Ars Technica), a Google Apps bug inadvertently caused nearly 283,000 WHOIS registration records -- which can include the domain owner's name, address and other contact information -- to be made...
by engadget on Mar 13, 2015


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