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If You've Got Nothing to Hide...

There was a time and it wasn’t so long ago, when mobile tracking devices, now innocuously called cell phones, were an idea yet to be born. 1,124 more words



It should come as no big surprise to say that I am an introvert; by nature, I tend to keep to myself and be a generally private person. 1,603 more words


few tips for your "Online Privacy"

People like privacy even in web browsing and thats there legal right , through last decade we    have    seen   fooling    of    cyber     privacy      by   non – ethical hackers & Government Intelligence Agency  , we have seen various organisations like Wikileaks , Anonymous and whistleblowers like Julian Assange  & Edward Snowden came up with information… 460 more words


The Telegraph: Police issue child safety warning over Snapchat maps update that reveals users' locations

The Telegraph: Police issue child safety warning over Snapchat maps update that reveals users’ locations. “Parents have been warned to turn off ‘Snap Maps’ on their children’s phones after Snapchat, which is wildly popular among teenagers, introduced the location-sharing mode this week.” The article also includes instructions on how to put yourself in “Ghost Mode”.

Security & Legal Issues

ZeroPhone: a $50 Raspberry Pi smartphone


Hackaday blog: There are several open source phones out there these days, but all of them have a downside. Hard to obtain parts, hard to solder, or difficult programming systems abound. 215 more words

Craft And Creativity

Google halt e-mail scanning for advertising

Google announced this week that it will stop scanning the content of individual users GMail accounts for providing targeted advertising.

The long standing practice – in place since the launch of Gmail back in 2004 – saw the e-mail giant scan the messages of users in order to better tailor its advertising services to their interests, although it was not used on paid G Suite products. 300 more words


Our inside output
Does not need
Your outside input

So keep your output out
Lest we put our input in!

Little things about our English language humor me, like ‘parking in the driveway’ and ‘driving in the parkway,’ or how one sits…

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