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Protect your computer from invasive technology that is designed to disrupt your equipment.

Just When You Thought Google Glass Couldn't Get Creepier: New App Allows Strangers to ID You Just by Looking at You

Google Glass/Facebook Have you ever seen someone wearing Google Glass out at the bar? Like a real person at a real bar actually wearing Google Glass? If so, you know how absolutely ridiculous they look.

Never trust a photo copier...You MUST watch this ( CBS Nightly News Broadcast)

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Rep. Frank Wolf: Every American has been attacked by foreign cyber-hackers

Every single American has been attacked by foreign cyberhackers, according Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., who has worked on the issue since Chinese government hackers targeted his office in 2006.

When No One Is Just a Face in the Crowd

Hey, big spenders. Facial recognition technology, already employed by some retail stores to spot and thwart shoplifters, may soon be used to identify and track the freest spenders in the aisles. The NEC Corporation, for instance, is working on "V.I.P.

How To Find Out If Your Gmail Was Hacked

Last week, Gmail went down, locking some people out of their inbox for nearly an hour. While users were concerned it was a hack, it turns out the issue was an internal software bug, according to Google. Despite that, it would be helpful to know when accounts are being attacked.

Hackers use household refrigerator to launch cyber attack | The Extinction Protocol on

January 21, 2014 - TECHNOLOGY - It's easy these days to picture a gang of caffeine-fueled hackers attempting to crack their way into your bank account using a network of computers, but things get even more disturbing when their target -- and weapon -- of choice is a kitchen appliance.

A disaster in the making: 95% of ATMs still run Windows XP

As we've mentioned multiple times, now is really the time to upgrade from Windows XP if you haven't done so already. Even though Microsoft will extend support for its Windows XP security products through July 2015, the company has warned that "the effectiveness of antimalware solutions on out-of-support operating systems is limited."

Warning: Enrolling in Obamacare allows government to link your IP address with your name, social security number, ban...

(NaturalNews) We have already established that is not a functioning database application that allows people to shop for competing health plans.

Now Facebook is planning creepy new artificial intelligence technology

(NaturalNews) If you thought that the politicians who get caught "sinning" were a dime a dozen, wait until Facebook transcribes everyone's phone calls; heck, the next super pac advertisement you see may just include most of the Tea Party doing their "thing" on social media, not knowing what was on the horizon.

Activist Post

Adi Kamdar Electronic Frontier Foundation Since June, ongoing revelations about the NSA's activities have shown us the expanding scope of government surveillance. Today is the day people around the world are demanding an end to mass spying. A broad coalition of organizations, companies, and individuals are loudly voicing their stance against unwarranted mass spying-over 6,000 websites have joined together today to demand reform.

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28 Days of Fame: The Strange, True Story of 'Flappy Bird'

In just a few weeks, the mobile app Flappy Bird became a global phenomenon. It was a simple game, but frustrating and endless. Sharing many similarities with the famous Helicopter Game - only with Super Nintendo-style graphics - it's safe to say Flappy Bird took over the web.

Klout to Be Acquired for at Least $100 Million

A few days after Klout unveiled a new content-sharing service to burnish its fading brand, one report says the company is about to sell itself to another social media company, Lithium Technologies, for $100 million or more. The deal is "signed but not closed," according to , and will be in the "low nine figures" when stock and cash is factored in.

Twitter Testing Major Profile Redesign That Looks a Lot Like Facebook

Twitter is testing a major profile redesign that's very reminiscent of Facebook and Google+. Mashable assistant features editor Matt Petronzio spotted on Tuesday a huge update to his Twitter profile page, with the main picture and bio scaled to the left and significantly more real estate dedicated to the header photo.

25% of Couples Say Smartphones Distract Their Partners

The Internet can bring couples together, but one in four say smartphones are distracting to their relationship. The Pew Research Center released a new report on Tuesday just in time for Valentine's Day that looks at both the positive and negative effects of tech tools.

The Day We Fought Back

February 11, 2014-The Day We Fought Back. We started something.

Creepy New Google Tool That Allows You to Track a Key Metric When You Send Someone an Email...Without Their Knowledge

Forget the NSA: Google has enabled a level of internet spying, and it's aimed at your e-mail inbox. A Google Chrome extension dubbed Streak allows the user to see when e-mails are viewed by the recipient - without their knowledge.

A Scary New Malware Is Tearing Up The Internet And No One Knows Where It Came From

"Careto" is the name of "a sophisticated suite of tools for compromising computers and collecting a wealth of information from them," reports The Washington Post.Here's how it works. It sends out emails designed to look as though they were sent legitimately from news sources like The Guardian and others.

DARPA Continues To Push "Black Box" Brain Chip

Steve Watson February 11th, 2014 Reader Views: 489 The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the research arm of the military, is continuing to develop implantable brain chips, according to documents newly posted as part of the agency's increased "transparency" policy.

If Your Car Shows Up on "Hot Target" List, Will Your Life Be In Danger? February 14, 2014 We've seen many innocent people put on a No-Fly list. We've seen innocent adults and children killed by drone assassination based on meta-data. Now a new system of red flags is about to be activated by Homeland Security - the "National License Plate Recognition Database'.

Facebook Wants to Listen to Your Phone Calls

App requires users agree to be monitored by microphone at any time without their permission Paul Joseph Watson November 27, 2013 Cellphone users who attempt to install the Facebook Messenger app are asked to agree to terms of service that allow the social networking giant to use the microphone on their device to record audio at any time without their permission.

New York company says it can beam OUTERNET to every person on Earth

An ambitious project known as Outernet is aiming to launch hundreds of miniature satellites into low Earth orbit by June 2015 Each satellite will broadcast the Internet to phones and computers giving billions of people across the globe free online access Citizens of countries like China and North Korea that


What Problem is Outernet Solving? There are more computing devices in the world than people, yet only 60% of the global population has access to the wealth of knowledge found on the Internet. The price of smartphones and tablets is dropping year after year, but the price of data in many parts of the world continues to be unaffordable for the majority of global citizens.

Obama finds brand-new way to spy on you

Text smaller Text bigger Plaintiffs in a case challenging the U.S. government's programs that spy on innocent Americans have submitted a special supplement to the court, pointing out that the Obama administration has been caught spying even on confidential attorney-client communications - and then providing "false representations" to the court.