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Chinese Electronics Firm to Recall its Smart Cameras recently used to Take Down Internet

You might be surprised to know that your security cameras, Internet-connected toasters and refrigerators may have inadvertently participated in the massive cyber attack that

broke a large portion of the Internet… 868 more words

Mobile Security

It's Complicated: Facebook to Allow Once Banned Content

In an effort to keep users up to date on important matters, Facebook is now allowing more controversial content. In a blog post yesterday, they stated, “In the weeks ahead, we’re going to begin allowing more items that people find newsworthy, significant, or important to the public interest — even if they might otherwise violate our standards.” This includes things like Trump’s rant about banning all Muslims, which counts as hate speech.   36 more words


Critical Analysis Task

A poignant piece published in Australia’s acclaimed magazine The Monthly, Anna Krien’s Us and Them is an engaging and informative essay that challenges human complicity with the treatment of animals; emphasising the justifications considered when indirectly accepting instances of exploitation and exportation. 513 more words


Court Reporting Reflection

The role of the journalist in the public sphere takes on a state of astute responsibility when it comes to reporting the proceedings of both the courts and political chambers. 900 more words


Political Reflection

Living under a democracy of free speech, it is dubious to consider a journalist’s role in balancing their right to inform the public and maintaining ethical responsibilities, in terms of reporting the agendas of local, state and federal politics. 859 more words


12-Year-Old SSH Bug Exposes More than 2 Million IoT Devices

Are your internet-connected devices spying on you? Perhaps.

We already know that the

Internet of Thing (IoT) devices

are so badly insecure that hackers are adding them to their botnet network for launching Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against target services. 637 more words

Mobile Security

Reading the En-Gedi Scroll

The En-Gedi scroll is a unique archaeological discovery in many ways. Unearthed in 1970, this ancient scroll was the first to be found in a synagogue excavation. 238 more words

Bibles And Bible Studies