Monthly Archives: April 2011
Just when you thought Apple’s iOS tracking problems couldn’t get any worse, a new report says you can’t stop your iPhone or iPad from recording your recent location data.
Many critics believed turning off your iOS device’s location services could disable Apple’s recently publicized cell tower and Wi-Fi access point location database installed on iPhones and Continue reading
It had to happen! Pornography finally has an official home on the Internet, and how governments treat this newly formed piece of digital real estate could have significant implications for everything else on the Web.
With “.xxx” finally joining the ranks of top-level domains including “.com,” “.net,” and “.edu,” years of speculation about the impact of this new Web destination will finally be put Continue reading
If you use a computer that’s connected to the internet, you probably know just how annoying spyware can be. Not only does it slow down your computer and interrupt you with annoying popups, it can also transmit your private data to hackers and identity thief’s.
Over the years, we’ve tried and tested 100’s of programs in our efforts to rid systems of these computer parasites Continue reading
An attack on internet marketing company Epsilon has netted millions of customer email addresses from some of the biggest names in the corporate world.
Epsilon has confirmed that the databases it keeps on corporate customers for email promotions had been hacked and a large number of user names and email addresses were stolen, including those from JP Morgan, Honda, McDonalds, Walgreens, Best Buy, Disney, TripAdviser and Continue reading