App di fitness rivela attività militari di tutto il mondo. E anche quelle dei civili

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Quando gli esperti di sicurezza parlano della necessità di tutelare la privacy digitale e di non lasciare che le aziende possano raccogliere disinvoltamente dati sulle nostre attività capita spesso di sentire l’obiezione “Ma tanto io non ho niente da nascondere, e poi cosa vuoi che se ne facci

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privacy not included

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A Guide to Make Shopping for Connected Gifts Safer, Easier, and Way More Fun

THE HOLIDAYS, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Unless you buy a gift that spies on your kid or gets your friend hacked. Wish lists this year will have more connected devices than ever. How do you know if that gift comes with privacy included? We did the research to help you decide.

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Good design

Back in the late 1970s, Dieter Rams was becoming increasingly concerned by the state of the world around him – “an impenetrable confusion of forms, colours and noises.

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Apple responds to ad group’s criticism of Safari cookie blocking

by Commenti disabilitati su Apple responds to ad group’s criticism of Safari cookie blocking

Apple introduced a new technology to intelligently block browser cookies in Safari, which brought criticism from a number of advertising organizations. Apple believes in privacy with every product it makes, and the advertising groups want to track everything we do so they can sell ads.

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Coinhive – Monero JavaScript Mining

Coinhive offers a JavaScript miner for the Monero Blockchain (Why Monero?) that you can embed in your website. Your users run the miner directly in their Browser and mine XMR for you in turn for an ad-free experience, in-game currency or whatever incentives you can come up with.

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Pirate Bay ‘borrows’ visitor CPUs to mine virtual coins

Piracy websites can’t really depend on ads, so how do they make money? By using your PC’s processor cycles, apparently — whether you want to or not. Visitors to The Pirate Bay have discovered JavaScript code in the website that ‘borrows’ your processor for the sake of mining Monero digital coins.

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6 Months of Working Remotely Taught Me a Thing or Ten

Six months ago, I started as a Senior Front-End Developer for Helix Education. Most of what I do now is identical to what I did for my past employer—making websites, writing code, collaborating with writers and designers, and all while navigating the choppy waters of higher education.

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