It’s not always about you. Sometimes hackers attack your network just to use it to attack other people. They’re not after your data or your money, and they’ll do everything they can to avoid you noticing so they can carry on using your resources. 358 more words
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Recent research by ad-tech company Oriel has found that adblocking is actually doing more than simply blocking ads.
Adblocking is, they say, a “blunt instrument” that’s causing error messages on websites and leading to important content disappearing from things like airline check-ins, cookie policies and order-tracking pages. 432 more words
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Dual cameras (on the Huawei P9): perhaps only coming to the iPhone 7 Plus? Photo by portalgda on Flickr.
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Adblocking users want anonymity, privacy and security. Online content publishers, for their part, have been trying to squirm out from under adblockers since they hit the scene. 868 more words
If you are not familiar with March Madness (because I guess you live under a rock — or don’t live in the U.S.), it’s a single-elimination college basketball tournament played each spring, featuring 68 teams competing for one championship title. 649 more words