Samsung has finally announced the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and surprisingly the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. Here are the 5 most important things you need to know.
via Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+ (5 Things You Need To Know) – YouTube
Folks should know by now China ain’t playing with nobody and certainly not playing fair…
Foreigners crossing certain Chinese borders into the Xinjiang region, where authorities are conducting a massive campaign of surveillance and oppression against the local Muslim population, are being forced to install a piece of malware on their phones that gives all of their text messages as well as other pieces of data to the authorities, a collaboration by Motherboard, Süddeutsche Zeitung, the Guardian, the New York Times, and the German public broadcaster NDR has found. Continue reading
This story should surprise no one… FB ain’t shit…
Last year, I was trying to solve a mystery. Facebook’s “People You May Know” tool was outing sex workers’ real identities to their clients, and vice versa, and I was trying to figure out how. A sex worker using the pseudonym Leila told me she had gone to great lengths to hide her identity from clients by using an alternate name, alternate email address, and burner phone number—contact information she didn’t provide to Facebook—yet Facebook was still inextricably linking her with her clients, suggesting them to her real-name account as people she might want to friend. Continue reading
Yeah I don’t connect to rentals for nada…
Watch out how you connect to cars.
Some good info here…. just remember public wifi is NEVER safe…..
So you’re sipping coffee at your favorite cafe. You’re connected to the free WiFi to check your Facebook account, maybe take a quick peek at your PayPal balance, and read the headlines. You’re so accustomed to having internet access that you don’t even consider whether the public network you’re connecting to is secure.
Just because open WiFi networks have firewalls to protect users doesn’t mean that you’re protected from others logging into the same network, and some may not even have an active firewall. So when you’re using public WiFi, the information stored on your handset will be transferred through mobile apps and the internet, which means it could be accessed by cyber criminals looking to steal data.