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Tech Firms On Trial for Paris Attacks

The father of one of the women killed in the Paris attacks in November has brought litigation against a variety of tech firms, holding businesses like Google, Facebook and Twitter responsible for providing “material support” to the violent extremists. According to Reynaldo Gonzalez, the tech firms “knowingly permitted” the Islamic State group, called “ISIS” in […]

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Dark Web Targets Twitter Users

It’s recently been revealed that data has been stolen from over 32 million Twitter users and offered for sale on the dark web for 10 bitcoin, a joint price of about US$5,800. LeakedSource made the sale public and added the account and email information to its searchable repository of credentials that have become compromised. Apparently […]

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Let the Hyperloop Wars Begin

In San Francisco the hyperloop wars are on. On Monday, a crowd sourced enterprise which is led by NASA and Boeing veterans called hyperloop transportation tech announced it had licences a passive magnetic levitation technology which powers its pro type system. The human moving shuttle is going to be able to travel at a whopping […]

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Tech Creates Solutions for the Housing Crisis

If you’re from the San Francisco Bay Area, you might be more likely to blame big tech for housing crises than see tech companies like Google and Wikipedia as a potential source of the solution. However, with the development of WikiHouse, both may be true. WikiHouse is a new technological development and brainchild of Alastiar […]

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Microsoft Goes Back to the Drawing Boards Amid PR Nightmare.

A single day after Microsoft brought its innocent artificial intelligence chat robot to twitter it had to be deleted in the wake of a PR nightmare. In a single day the open mind that was geared for learning a adapting to peoples interactions with it obviously went extremely dark and reflected the heart of darkness […]

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Germany Investigates Facebook’s Data Protocol

Yesterday the German Cartel Office announced the launch of an examination of allegations regarding Facebook’s alleged abuse of its market position. According to some accusers, Facebook infringed Germany’s data protection regulations in terms of rules regarding service governing¬†user data. The investigation targets Facebook Inc. USA, which is the company’s Irish subsidiary, as well as Facebook […]

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Transformers and Hard Drives

Believe it or not, you could never own and use your hard drive if society had not invented and made use of the transformer. Transformers work when you’re dealing in the realms of AC or alternating current, the kind of current generally used by power plants to create and distribute electrical energy. Let’s take a […]

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Money Management Apps that will Change Your Life

Managing your income and expenses can be overwhelming, especially if you have a variety of bills and sources of income coming in on different dates. However, any struggling self-financier can be comforted by the five most blessed words of the 21st century: “There’s an app for that.” Here is a list of the best money […]

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Protect Your Privacy by Avoiding Malware

The last few years have brought heightened attention to the necessity of cybersecurity and important precautions to protect internet users, but unfortunately hackers seem to develop new attack strategies as fast as people catch up with the last ones. Here’s what internet users need to understand today (though who knows what new issues tomorrow will […]

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The Debate Around Data Encryption

Whether your data exists in the cloud or on a hard drive, investing in its encryption has probably crossed your mind. As terrorism continues to scar the global climate, the ability of consumers to encrypt their data has become a matter of political debate; some officials believe that consumer encryption presents a substantial threat to […]

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