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A little ‘i’ to teach about online privacy

Trying to ward off federal regulators, the advertising industry has agreed on a standard icon—a little “i”—that it will add to most online ads that use demographics and behavioral data…

If your password is 123456, just make it HackMe

Despite all the reports of internet security breaches over the years, many computer users have reacted to the break-ins with a shrug, reports the New York Times. …

New tech tools help Haiti quake relief

Hundreds of tech volunteers spurred to action by Haiti's killer quake are adding a new dimension to disaster relief, developing new tools and services for first responders and the public…

Conficker Worm hasn’t gone away, Akamai says

PC World reports that variants of the Conficker worm were still active and spreading during the third quarter, accounting for much of attack traffic on the internet, according to Akamai…

Groups seek to challenge U.S. gov’t on seized laptops

The policy of random laptop searches and seizures by U.S. government agents at border crossings is under attack again, with a pair of civil rights groups seeking potential plaintiffs for…

Going rogue: IT officials fight student-run web networks

Campus technology officials say there's only one surefire way to stop students from creating their own wireless internet connections in dormitories and creating a security risk for computer users: provide…

FTC to examine cloud-computing privacy concerns

In a development likely to be closely watched by Google Inc., Amazon.com, Microsoft Corp., and other vendors, as well as users of these companies’ cloud-computing services, the Federal Trade Commission…

FTC to examine cloud-computing privacy concerns

In a development likely to be closely watched by Google Inc., Amazon.com, Microsoft Corp., and other vendors, as well as users of these companies’ cloud-computing services, the Federal Trade Commission…

More attacks expected on Facebook, Twitter in 2010

CNet reports that social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter can expect more attention from cybercriminals in 2010, according to a new report (PDF) released by McAfee Labs. …

More attacks expected on Facebook, Twitter in 2010

CNet reports that social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter can expect more attention from cybercriminals in 2010, according to a new report (PDF) released by McAfee Labs. …

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