I’ve always thought dude was shady ever since he kinda stole the idea for Facebook back at Harvard, so this is not surprising…
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg oversaw plans to consolidate the social network’s power and control competitors by treating its users’ data as a bargaining chip, while publicly proclaiming to be protecting that data, according to about 4,000 pages of leaked company documents largely spanning 2011 to 2015 and obtained by NBC News. Continue reading →
Figure someone could use this info since I’ve known about a few of these services for a while… shame people can’t just scan a document and email it as a PDF… the quality would be better and prevent fraud IMO
Send and receiving fax is old school. You might not see many fax machines these days, but they’re still in operation in certain workplaces. Insurance companies, banks, and realtors all use fax machines to quickly and securely exchange important documents.
Nothing else has managed to beat the fax machine at its own game—not even email. How can you send a fax without a fax machine, though? Thanks to online email to fax services, all you need is a PC with an internet connection. Continue reading →
If I only had stuff like this when I was a kid, I’d be even better at my business lol
Learning to code is kind of a big deal for kids these days and for good reason. It’s a great way to teach problem-solving, logic, and help with brain development—even for kids not focused on a computer science-related career. Continue reading →
After the Cambridge Analytica chaos, Facebook started mass-scale investigations to look for any other partners potentially abusing Facebook data. They made high claims regarding the transparency and effectiveness of the investigations to attempt to regain users’ trust. However it seems every few weeks, we hear about some suspicious activity or blunder by Facebook exposing data. This time, it was revealed that Facebook shared user data with Russian company Mail.ru for quite some time and even gave them special privilages. Continue reading →
If you follow the news about internet privacy and freedoms, then you will have heard a lot of discussion recently about geoblocking. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, it refers to the restriction of access to web content based on a user’s location. In other words, it means that some websites will be available in the US but not Canada, or that you will be restricted to using a different version of a site when you access it from China than when you access it from Sweden. Continue reading →
The massive Facebook and Cambridge Analytica revelations continue to provide shocking news concerning your privacy. But during this Facebook-dominated news cycle, the US government has sneacked through a piece of legislation that drastically abuses privacy around the globe. Continue reading →
Pretty dope… he needs to incorporate some wifi so he can get longer range..
When Bluetooth was introduced, it was to exchange data between devices connected to a local area network wirelessly over short distances. The Bluetooth concept is now going to do more than that, as Rodgers Wambua, a Kenyan student from the Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) has created a Bluetooth app that enables one to send messages without incurring any data charges. Continue reading →