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Two ways to respond to the recent CIA and Vault7 Wikileaks exposures

In case you’ve been living in a cave without electricity for a few days, on March 7th, 2017, WikiLeaks leaked a collection of almost 9,000 documents allegedly from the CIA related to a project known as Vault7.  The CIA issued an

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Valve ran out of steam this Christmas

In case you didn’t catch today’s news, Steam, an online gaming platform developed by Valve Corporation, suffered an egregious security breach today. Okay, well, technically it wasn’t a security breach, it was a cache control problem, but it sure felt like one

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Did you know Experian was recently hacked?

When you walk into a T-Mobile store or apply for a cellular plan online or over the phone, T-Mobile runs a credit check on to make sure you’re good for repayment.  But here’s the big news: if you applied between

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“But I don’t want Windows 10”, Too bad.

Extra, Extra, read all about it!  Microsoft forces millions users to download Windows 10 even if they have no intention of upgrading!

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Could NetEase be the next Grooveshark alternative?

I remember the first time I heard about Napster.  I was a senior in high school and my curly headed eccentric friend introduced me to music piracy.  I didn’t care that I was stealing music.  Heck, I rationalized that I was

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