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Four tech giants team up to combat terrorist content from the web

Facebook, Microsoft, YouTube and Twitter have announced the formation of a new partnership, the Global Internet Forum, to counter Terrorism. The partnership aims at contributing to technical and polic...  Read More

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A caution! Do not search for peeping Tom elsewhere when he is right beside us!

We have heard studies on Psychology, and social media and many others which are normal to do… but have you come across a study that involves snoopers who look into the priva...   Read More

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Zuckerberg testifies in Oculus trade secrets trial

Today, Mark Zuckerberg took the stand in Northern Texas District Court to defend Oculus against accusations of copyright violation and trade secret theft. At the heart of the case ...   Read More

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India wants more information on WhatsApp privacy policy

India’s Supreme Court has sent a notice to the central government, telecom regulator TRAI, as well as Facebook and WhatsApp. To infringe social networking sites WhatsApp and ...   Read More

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‘Backdoor’ feature in WhatsApp may leave your private messages and photos vulnerable to interception

The Guardian newspaper has reported that the popular messaging platform WhatsApp is vulnerable to interception, sparking concern over an app advertised as putting an emphasis on pr...   Read More

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Is it true that internet has penetrated only to handful of the Indian population?!

A study claims that 950 million people in India are yet not connected to internet….well, you might be awestruck to know the truth, but yes this is the fact which is difficul...   Read More

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WhatsApp took a step to beef up security by adding two-step verification for Android beta users

Social networking giant and one of the popular messaging app WhatsApp has now started rolling out two-step verification for the latest Android beta versions of the app. Users will ...   Read More

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China espouses strong law on cyber-security

In an effort to reduce cyber-crime, China recently adopted a tough cybersecurity law aimed at safeguarding sovereignty on cyber space and national security, and to deal with relate...   Read More

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Akamai Finds 2 Million Devices Have Longtime Security Flaws

New research from the content delivery network Akamai takes a closer look at how hackers are abusing weaknesses in a cryptographic protocol to commandeer millions of ordinary conne...   Read More

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New legislation by a U.S. lawmaker seek out to avert US voting systems from being hacked

In an effort to protect voting systems from hacking, amid fears that Russian cyber spies may be interfering with this year’s presidential election, two bills has been introdu...   Read More

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Mozilla to endow multi-process Firefox to more users slowly and steadily

One of the popular free and open-source web browsers Mozilla today upgraded Firefox to version 49, and said it is expanding the pool of users who receive the multiple process ...   Read More


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