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Facebook Messenger Update Makes Messaging More Fun
August 27, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Facebook Messenger gets three new features. Two speed up your instant messaging, and one is sure to bog you down.
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Airbnb Adds Pretty but Useless 'Wish List' Feature
June 27, 2012, Lisa L. Kirchner, TechNewsDaily contributor
Popular vacation-pad booking site now shows celebrity recommendations — that are probably never available.
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House Passes CISPA Bill, But With Significant Changes
April 30, 2012, Paul Wagenseil, SecurityNewsDaily Managing Editor
Narrowed definitions might not be enough for White House
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New York City Named Online Fraud Capital of America
April 19, 2012, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
The Big Apple is a fraudster's paradise, study shows.
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Britons Bash Proposed 'Big Brother' Law
April 03, 2012, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Law would force Internet companies to install spyware so htat authorities could monitor people's communications without a warrant.
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Your Old Xbox Could Be Stealing Your Credit Card
April 01, 2012, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily staff writer
Researchers say that credit card data remains on old Xboxes after they are "wiped."
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Bill Against Child Pornography Could Affect Everyone’s Privacy
February 28, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Law aimed at child pornographers could give government access to everyone’s Internet history.
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Could You Be Sued for Not Securing Your Wi-Fi?
February 08, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
A landmark case in Massachusetts could label as pirates people who neglect Wi-Fi security.
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Facebook “Power Users” Survey is Intriguing, but Dated
February 03, 2012, Seán Captain, TechNewsDaily managing editor
A respected research group shows that a few hyperactive Facebookers do most of the giving — at least they did in 2010.
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Twitter's New Censorship Policy Sparks Protest
January 27, 2012, Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
Users to (briefly) boycott Twitter on censorship policy.
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iPhone's 'Siri' Voice-Control Software Hacked to Start Car
November 30, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Developer rigs Siri to turn ignition on and off, set off alarm.
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Google Unmasks Bloggers' Hidden Identities, Putting Some at Risk
November 30, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Simple and free search engine optimization (SEO) tools lifts bloggers' veil of anonymity.
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Stuxnet Clone Found Possibly Preparing Power Plant Attacks
October 18, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
"Duqu" Trojan could lead to another Stuxnet-type attack, experts warn.
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How Your Old Browser Threatens Your Security
October 05, 2011, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
Get on that patch cycle now.
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Google+ Adds ‘Lock Down’ Before You Publish Posts
October 05, 2011, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Google responds to users’ requests for pre-post privacy feature.
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Smartphone Users Wise Up About Device Security
September 27, 2011, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
New study reveals that misplaced trust could lead to smartphone security problems.
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Youth More Likely to Have Security on Mobile Devices
July 02, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
Millennials jump to protect mobile devices with security apps.
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Hackers Use Rogue Mouse to Crack Firewall
July 01, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Dirty mouse used to penetrate firewall.
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U.S. Considers Open-Source Software for Cybersecurity
May 26, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Open-source might actually mean better cybersecurity defenses for government networks.
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Credit Card Companies Could Stop Spam Now. But Will They?
May 23, 2011, Paul Wagenseil, SecurityNewsDaily Managing Editor
Forget email filters and blocked addresses. Just cut off the money
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How Cloud Computing is Aiming to Secure and Encrypt Data
May 16, 2011, Katherine Tweed, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Homomorphic encryption provides cloud computing security and peace of mind.
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Apple Denies Reports of iPhone Tracking
April 27, 2011, SecurityNewsDaily Staff
First answer: "Apple is not tracking the location of your iPhone."
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Today’s Cyberthreats: WordPress Data Breach, Child-Porn Hack
April 15, 2011, SecurityNewsDaily Staff
What’s worrying cybersecurity experts today
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Today's Cyberthreats: Sexy Facebook Scam, Texas Data Breach
April 13, 2011, SecurityNewsDaily Staff
What’s worrying cybersecurity experts today
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Today’s Cyberthreats: Facebook Bunny Scam, Seized Laptops
April 08, 2011, SecurityNewsDaily Staff
What’s worrying cybersecurity experts today
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