5 Free Zoom Alternatives for Video Conferencing and Online Meetings

I didn’t even know about a couple of these…hmmm

Everybody wants to know, “What’s the best free video chat app?” The answer is, the one that best fits your needs. Here’s a look at some of the new and free video conference apps that you should be using. Continue reading

Bluetooth BIAS attack; new way to hack into any laptop, smartphone or IoT device supporting Bluetooth

Due to the current pandemic situation around the globe, the cyberattackers have taken advantage of the lockdown and breaching data of big companies and selling them. Researchers have now discovered a new vulnerability in the Bluetooth wireless protocol which is used to interconnect devices and share data. Hackers have multiple ways to attack your systems and steal the data present but have you ever thought of hackers using Bluetooth attacks to breach into your system and steal data? Continue reading

You Can Watch News and Other Content Free on Sling Without an Account – Review Geek

We’ve tried to put together the best TV streaming value guide and failed. But what if the best value was actually something free? Good news, for a few months now, Sling has offered free news, movies, and shows. Best of all, you don’t need to sign up for an account or provide a credit card. Continue reading

How to join an online meeting: Google Hangouts, Zoom, and Skype

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This should be helpful for folks new to videoconferencing….

A lot of daily activity is moving online with countries going into full or partial lockdowns because of COVID-19. To that end, lots of people are learning about new tools that help them work online. If you have to attend online meetings, but are struggling to understand how to join one, we have you covered. Here’s how you can join a Google Hangouts, Zoom, or Skype meeting. Continue reading

How to Get Your $100 From Yahoo After All Those Breaches

Here we go with this bullshit again…

The folks behind the largest known hack of user data to date are finally paying up. Yahoo, now owned by Verizon, recently agreed to pay $117.5 million as part of a proposed class action settlement stemming from a series of breaches in the 2010s that affected 3 billion people—basically Yahoo’s then-entire user base. Continue reading

Truck Driver Launches Website To Help Travelers Find Black Owned Restaurants

Truck drivers spend a lot of time on the road and the meal options can be hit or miss. The simple act (seemingly) of finding a seasoned piece of meat can turn into an adventure, when you’re away from home. Edward Dillard has been a truck driver for almost 15 years and in that time, he experienced his share of frustrations — supporting Black owned businesses is hard enough when you’re at home and that much more difficult, when on the road. Eat Black Owned is a new website designed to solve that very problem. Continue reading

A good ol rant from ya boy LR

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LOL reposted from a Facebook rant……

where are these entitled bum bishes coming from?

Who is (NOT) raising them? And even more so, who is even dealing with this bottom of the barrel mentality?!?!?!

Yew thirsty dust buckets who will spend $40 to become the next contestant on I’m A Low Self-Esteem Bottomfeeder… and then have the nerve to turn around and say women ain’t shit…. nah bruh it’s these wack azz baby batter receptacle trap females u entertain…

if ppl stop dealing with low budget (mentally) folks, they will decline and die off… no O is worth this BS….

via  Rakim Malik Facebook Page

Remove Your Personal Information from the Internet for Free

Remove your personal information from data brokers and online accounts for free using these two sites.

These two sites have links to most of the places to opt out of data brokers and several online services (banking, retail, credit cards, etc).
Several services will remove your personal information for a fee, which is a time saver, but you can do it yourself for free. Continue reading

Chicago Cops Use Social Media to Track Grieving Families of Gunshot Victims

Only naive people are surprised…..

It was below freezing in Chicago on December 12, 2017 when a 23-year-old man was fatally shot in the abdomen while standing on the sidewalk. In the days following the victim’s death, the Chicago Police Department (CPD) gathered information about the victim on social media. Documents obtained by OneZero indicate that the CPD also went one step further, collecting social media content from individuals who were publicly mourning and grieving for the loss of the 23-year-old man. “I can’t stop crying…” one of the posts collected by the CPD reads, “why would this happen.” Continue reading

Maids for Sale: Silicon Valley’s Online Slave Market

Damn Arabs…. their hatred of us from being shunned back in the days will never wane… this is just a tech upgrade smh

Google, Apple and Facebook-owned Instagram are enabling an illegal online slave market by providing and approving apps used for the buying and selling of domestic workers in the Gulf. Continue reading