Jul 25, 2014
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Right to be Forgotten

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In Europe, Google has implemented a ‘right to be forgotten’ service. What is that? Google will delete countless links from it’s search engine. In May 2014, the European Union’s top court granted Europeans the right to request Google and other search engines remove information about them. So that when someone types their name up, that […]

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Jul 15, 2014
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Avast 2014 Free Antivirus

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Geek Choice is a computer repair company headquartered in Boston, MA.  We enable our customers with free programs that can help them keep their computers clean. Geek Choice has found that Avast 2014 is one of the better free antivirus choices on the market. Now it is true that there are paid versions of Avast […]

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Jul 13, 2014
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Is Y2K Coming Back?

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In 1999, there was a belief that a bug called Y2K was going to send the world into apocalyptic anarchy. When the clock struck January 1, 2000, some thought Y2K was going to make computers go January 1, 1900, causing a global technological meltdown. That was then. And 15 years later, this bug is rearing […]

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Jul 11, 2014
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Chinese Hackers Want US Workers’ Data

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In March 2014, Chinese hackers infiltrated computer networks run by a US government agency called Office of Personal Management. It’s who was targeted is what makes this concerning. The Office of Personal Management holds info on federal employees. These hackers targeted applicants for top-secret security clearances and their foreign contracts list, previous jobs and other […]

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Jul 6, 2014
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NSA and Wrong Targets

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What’s the big deal about the NSA controversy? Why keep bringing it up? They’re just targeting foreign terrorist and enemies, right? Well… According to an article in the Washington Post, one of the most respected newspapers in the world, reports ordinary American citizens were far more likely to have their data checked by the NSA […]

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