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Did anyone win the war between Apple and the FBI?

Recently, a judge’s ruling that directed Apple to work with the FBI to unlock a cell phone used by a terrorist in California brought national attention to the debate about government overreach. Even though the FBI withdrew its demand, did this set a precedence or will the war continue? And will this flow over to web […]

Privacy schmivacy – Google CEO’s take

It seems Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt has the best take of all on the company’s skewed view of privacy – “If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place.”  It should be noted that not too long ago there was a year long […]

Google DNS: gathering speed or gathering information?

Google Wave, Google Chrome, and as of December 3, 2009, the web surfing crowd now has access to Google Public DNS. The search engine company has put the latest product out as part of an overall effort to make the web faster.

Demon Internet user details leaked

Critical personal details of Demon Internet users have been leaked via email. The event was blamed on a human error. The director of customer service for the company sent an email to thousands of business and government subscribers that was intended to promote a new e-billing system. According to the statement issued by the company, […]

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